by Brian A. Wilkins
October 27, 2022
SOMEWHERE IN THE BOONDOCKS — It almost happened this time. I was about an hour away from pulling a Tom Hanks from the 2000 film “Cast Away.”
Instead I went to sleep, and the pain finally started to subside after days of hardcore treatment.
I say a lot of things on this blog. I tell you all that I haven’t stepped foot in a doctors office since (approximately) 2008; and encourage you all to divest of mainstream medicine as well, particularly Americans, for your own well-being. I would never tell anyone to do something I don’t do myself. Always practice what you preach, if you will. Further, if your body can heal broken bones on its own, it should be able to heal a tooth without having it removed. That’s the story I’m sharing today, in the latest adventures of life without doctors.
It was nearly 14 years ago, January 24, 2009. This giant abscess formed on one of the back-right gums above a cracked tooth that should have been crowned two years earlier. I had a root canal scheduled in 2006-07. But I never showed up and never rescheduled. Now I was stuck with this horrible condition.
The pain is tantamount to torture. Your whole head hurts, and you cannot chew anything on that side of your mouth. It throbs and it sucks. But now with no dentist, I was on my own. Long story short, I learned that garlic is one of the most powerful, natural antibiotics on Earth. An abscessed tooth is simply a bad bacterial infection.
The informal literature was very direct – peel the garlic cloves, chew on the infection side of your mouth, let the garlic juice and the powerful phytochemical allicin, absorb into the abscess and tooth itself. I was already in pain. But the intense burning from the garlic juice was bad too. Regardless, the idea is to let the juice and garlic pieces sit in your mouth for as long as you can stand it (usually less than 10 seconds), and spit it out. I repeated that two more times.
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My mouth was almost completely numb from the burning garlic juice. In other words, the pain was a lot more tolerable. Three hours later, I repeated this process. Three more hours later, I did it again – this time before bed. The three additional steps were brushing, flossing and rinsing with salt water before chewing the garlic. When I woke up, the pain I felt the day before was reduced by at least 30%. The abscess shrank by half. After two more days of this regimen, I was 90% back to normal.
The second flareup
The tooth didn’t bother me again for nearly five years. It was late 2013 when I was out being a nomad in my van, traveling the Western states. I was a bit of a caveman, not having flossed (or showered) in probably 10 days. That is a very bad idea when you have a tiny crack in a tooth where a small food particle can enter, sit there, and rot (and form bacteria). Prevention equals impeccable oral hygiene.
The pain this time seemed even worse. But now I was dating a woman who also lived in her van. We were meeting that night, and I did not want my breath smelling like garlic. I turned to my friend Mike Adams at Natural News. He wrote about a tooth infection treatment consisting of aluminum-free baking powder, Himalayan pink sea salt, and colloidal silver. I had to drive 100 miles to the nearest city to find all this stuff. But it was worth it.
You mix one part baking powder with one part of the sea salt. Place that mixture on your toothbrush. Then place several drops of the colloidal silver over the powder on your toothbrush. If there is an abscess, push your toothbrush hard enough against it so the abscess pops. It will be gross. But the idea is to get that mixture inside it. Also if your tooth is cracked, make sure that mixture also gets into the crack. Needless to say, salt in an open wound burns like hell. But again, it wasn’t any worse than the pain I was already experiencing.
Once the burning subsided, the pain was substantially less intense. Two hours later (once I drove back to our camping spot), I placed just the straight colloidal silver on the toothbrush, and gently rubbed it on the abscess and into the tooth. No burning. We hung out that night; and I was in far less pain than I was just eight hours earlier. The next morning, the sea salt/baking powder/colloidal silver combo was applied again. The straight colloidal silver was applied four more times that day. The next day, the pain was 70% less intense than 48 hours earlier. Now I just hoped this never happened again.
I’d been doing well. The tooth didn’t bother me again until the Fall of 2021, nearly eight years later. I discovered that stress also causes the tooth to flareup. If you go back to the October 2021 archives of The COVID Blog™, you’ll see an eight-day gap between posts. This was the worst flareup ever because the infection spread beyond the tooth. I was literally out of commission for five days in excruciating pain, unable to eat, and barely able to see due to the throbbing.
I used everything I’d learned over the years, including the garlic. But it took about four days just for the pain and discomfort to start subsiding. It felt like there was a “bone scab” on my jaw, as I could barely open my mouth. I woke up on Day 5, and the pain finally was about 50% less intense. I was back to 100% after about nine days. But another step had to be added to kill the bacterial infection that had spread from the tooth to other parts of my body.
The current flareup; and the most healthy drink you can enjoy anytime, particularly “flu season”
Yeah, this sucks. Two flareups in two years, the first time ever. Again stress is a big part of it. It started around October 12. Long story short, I was completely out of commission for about six days. The pain was intense and stubborn. I literally had a screwdriver and a hammer in my hand last week (and a bottle of rum for anesthesia), ready to knock the tooth out. But I reminded myself – trust the process, meditate (to mitigate stress), and be patient.
The pain finally reduced by about 50% on October 18. But again, the bacterial infection spread. My whole head hurt and now there was a sinus infection. It was gross. But luckily I know how to brew a powerful, natural antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant/anti-viral.
Start with three slices of fresh lemon and lime.
Next, chop up some fresh, ORGANIC ginger root. I usually do a tablespoon-and-a-half or so.
Place the lemon, lime and ginger into a pan or coffee/tea pot. Then add a spoonful of ORGANIC turmeric and a cinnamon stick. Break the cinnamon stick in half.
I normally use white pine needles for the tea. But for those who don’t have that, use three bags of ORGANIC green tea. I used the latter in this situation for demonstration purposes. Squeeze honey over all the ingredients (a few swirls will do).
Dump 20 ounces or so of BOILING HOT water over the ingredients.
Cover and allow to steep for 10 minutes.
Separate the liquid from the ingredients (strain).
Pour it into your favorite mug and add more honey for taste.
The finished product is a little gritty because of the turmeric. But it tastes good and you can almost feel your body saying thank you with every swallow. It’s best to have a spoon in your cup to stir after every sip. The turmeric doesn’t really dissolve well.
Enjoy good health! Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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