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Oral Health

One of the most serious issues in the mouth is mercury. Before undergoing oral chelation, it is usually recommended that all amalgam dental fillings are removed using proper safeguards to avoid complications from inhalation of mercury vapor. Fluoride is another very dangerous chemical. Studies suggest that tamarind helps to remove some of the effects of fluoride, including calcification of the pineal gland. In addition to these two major concerns, there are many infections in the mouth that can often become systemic.

 

Ayur Rinse, 2 oz.

This blend of herbs and essential oils was formulated to address most of the underlying causes of oral infection as well as the risks associated with periodontal issues. Astringent herbs help to tighten the gums. The three fruits used to make triphala support the eliminatory organs and provide major antioxidant protection. The demulcent herbs support moisture in the mouth. The heart herbs strengthen the heart that is at risk of infection from the mouth. The aromatic herbs and oils disinfect and freshen the breath, relieving most mouth odor, and tulsi has to been added to help with fluoride toxicity and support tranquility while restoring harmony to the mouth and gums.

Alcohol: 35-37%

Contents: Arjuna, Manjistha, Hawthorn Berry, Amla, Bibhitaki, Haritaki, Licorice, Holy Basil, Fennel, Honey, Organic Alcohol, Vegetable Glycerin, Distilled Water and essential oils of Peppermint, Fennel, Cinnamon, Myrrh, Tulsi, and Clove Buds.

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Bibhitaki Extract, 2 oz.

Bibhitaki is a tropical fruit found throughout India. It is about the size of a large walnut and is primarily astringent in taste. Bibhitaki is one of the three fruits in the famous triphala formula and is the preferred herb for regulating kapha. This means it is used when there are kapha accumulations in the lungs, ears, sinuses, throat, liver, and urinary tract. It is astringent and therefore absorbs the excess moisture of kapha. It has some lesser known value for treating tropical conditions such as diarrhea, pulmonary eosinophilia, and allergic reactions, very likely parasitic in origin. It is also one of the herbs used in oral health, but it usually the shell that is made as a decoction and then used as an oral rinse.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contents: Terminalia bellirica Fruit, distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycein.

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Cilantro Drops

Cilantro Drops, 2 oz. Herbal Extract

According to research by Dr. Yoshiaki Omura, cilantro (leaves) promote removal of certain toxic metals, such as mercury, lead, and aluminum. The product needs to be used very carefully and in conjunction with other herbs that support organ function and proper elimination of the metals.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contents: Organic Coriandrum sativum leaf tincture, distilled water, and organic grain alcohol.

Warning: Avoid contact with amalgam fillings.

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Myrrh Extract, 2 oz.

Myrrh gum has a long history of use as both a medicine and perfume as well as incense. It is aromatic but intensely bitter. It is used in Chinese medicine to move stagnant blood and is often used for problems associated with menstruation as well as uterine tumors. Its use in Ayurvedic medicine is similar, but it is processed differently. In Western medicine, myrrh is used both internally and externally as an antiseptic. It is used mainly for toothaches and gums in mouthwashes and for wound healing and sprains externally. Studies suggest that it helps to maintain correct blood sugar and cholesterol levels. It is often used in the treatment of arthritis.

Alcohol: 94-96%

Contents: extract of Commiphora molmol oleoresin in organic cane alcohol and distilled water.

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Spilanthes Extract, 2 oz.

Spilanthes is nicknamed the toothache plant. It temporarily numbs the areas of the mouth where it makes contact, mainly the gums, and through increased production of saliva has an antibacterial effect similar to that of echinacea. Spilanthes is also antifungal and antiparasitic. It has also been used to treat co-infections of Lyme disease. Spilanthes is native to Brazil and Africa where it is used to treat stammering and to improve digestion of carbohydrates and fats. Be aware that spilanthes causes a temporarily tingling sensation that is part of the immune response it triggers.

Alcohol: 54-56%

Contents: fresh, organically grown Spilanthes acmella leaf and flower in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Pure Vegetable Glycerin.

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Tamarind Extract, 2 oz.

This extract was added with the intention of offering a remedy for intoxication, but it was soon learned that the fruit has countless additional benefits. Tamarind is originally from Africa but is grown throughout the Caribbean and Asia as well as on some Pacific Islands. The bulk of imports come from the Antilles.

Tamarind is used mainly to improve digestion but the mechanism whereby it achieves this power seems to imply that tamarind is anti-inflammatory and detoxifying, being used for such serious poisoning as that caused by ingesting datura. It restores sensation in certain kinds of paralysis. It is also used for gingivitis as well as to promote excretion of fluoride.

For pdf on Tamarind, click here.

Alcohol: 24-26%

Contents: extract of fresh Tamarindus indica fruit in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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