I <3 visiting my biological dentist!
Granted I'll love him less in about an hour as the lidocaine wears off, but still!
Here's the data from the visit. It's a copy-paste from another forum thread, but I want to save myself a bit of effort right after the extraction.
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I think the conversion of selenocysteine to free selenium is rate-limited by TMG/homocysteine reduction capacity in general, ****. I ordered some tablets of TMG to test.
The infected tooth came out today. My good dentist played the 'good dentist' card as he needs to in this crazy country, but was plenty happy to do the extraction, and said it's exactly what he would do himself. His 2 root canals came out long ago.
There was a small pustule of infectious material at the base of the tooth, it shattered easily, and stank plenty of chloride due to the rods inside. Have kept photos of it and my dental record/xrays since he left me alone for 10 mins. Don't think it necessary to post unless there's curiosity from your side.
Was unable to find oregano oil at the health shoppe. :p
Plan on taking it easy and going good on dark greens for the coagulation factors and minerals for the next few days.
There was swollen, bleeding gums pretty much everywhere he poked, but I think the dead tooth was one of the major contributing factors.
EMF radiation is on my mind.. Check how single celled organisms react to RF activity here: http://youtu.be/nCkupIqbNXo
Was in front of a CRT monitor for 6-8 hours a day for 2 years before the first filings, and plenty after.
What does that say for gut flora and red blood cell activity?
Red blood cells liver blood analysis under electron microscope after emf/rf exposure, with control sample. http://youtu.be/y4JDEspdx58
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Any suggestions for swift recovery are quite welcome. :)
I bought Paulo d'Arco since no oregano oil was available.