Oral Hygiene

DSC_1363 - Copy copyOnly For People Who Brush Their Teeth…

Pathogens in the mouth, such as bacteria, fungus, yeast, plaque, protozoa, are just some of the issues in the mouth that can severely affect your health. Bad breath the result of bad bacteria building up in the mouth.
Over 85% of the people in this country have some, or many of these pathogens living in their mouth daily, causing various health issues. . Below are microscopic views of mouth pathogens:
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1. Spirochetes…a corkscrew type, snake-like bacteria that worm their way into the gum tissue. Bleeding gums is a sign if spirochetes.
2. Gliding Rods … are cigar shaped or long and they may grow on the bone and eventually destroy it.
3. Fungus ( candidiasis ) may be caused by prolonged use of antibiotics.Dr Junge website photo copy
4. Gingivitis Plaque Thomas Junge quote

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The gums…a pathway to   the heart.
There are several theories among research concerning a solid link between infectious mouth bacteria and heart disease. One theory is that oral bacteria can affect the heart when they enter the blood stream, attaching to fatty plaques in the coronary arteries (heart blood vessels) and contributing to clot formation.

The immune system’s response to these toxins could harm vessel walls or make blood clot more easily. It is also possible that inflammation in the mouth increases inflammation throughout the body, including in the arteries, where it can lead to heart attack and stroke.

Researchers have found that people with periodontal disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery disease as those without periodontal disease. Other studies have pointed to a relationship between periodontal disease and stroke.

Oral Hygiene is a proprietary blend of 100% therapeutic grade essential oils.  Properties of these oils are:

Cassia…antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic.
Clove…antibacterial, antiviral, for toothaches
Myrrh…antibacterial, antiviral, fights against receding gums & mouth sores.
Oregano…antibacterial, antifungal, anti-parasitic, antiviral, toothaches.
Peppermint…antibacterial, fights plaque.
Tea Tree…antibacterial, antiparasitic, fights plaque.
Coconut oil…reconditions and penetrates gums… antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and fights tooth decay.

By applying 2 to 3 drops on your toothbrush (with or without toothpaste) and brushing thoroughly, will place you on a path to improved breath and a cleaner, healthier mouth.

Rainforest Remedies, LLC
call:   352-636-6043
Email:  doc@rainforestremedies.net