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Hi there,

 

I have been reading through threads about cell salts and healing teeth--and well, my head is spinning! I want to purchase something to help heal my DS's decay. If I get the Hyland's Bioplasma Cell Salts is that all I need for now?

 

I'm excited to learn more about cell salts for treating other things, but his teeth need help PRONTO!

 

TIA & sorry for the redundancy!

 

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I would also add in calc phos and calc fluor, perhaps those 2x a day if you are really needing healing.
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I'd go calc fluor and cal phos over bioplasma if there is a decay issue.  no question.

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Thanks guys! I got the calc fluor and cal phos today. I will probably go ahead and add the bioplasma for good measure.

 

How many tablets of each should I be giving him at each dose?

 

Thanks SO much! You guys are great!

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I would say 2 tablets of each per dose throughout the day depending on the severity of the decay. My dd's decay wasn't that bad, but on 3 teeth and stopped with one dose a day in a month. Cell salts are so amazing. But if it were worse I would give them way more often. PB, any other info you would add/change?


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interesting!  can you email me if you don't go through MDC?  I'd like to assess.

 

for the OP, 2 tabs 4 times a day would be good,  6 times a day would be more aggressive, and that can help in the first week or two after which you can reduce to 4. 

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interesting!  can you email me if you don't go through MDC?  I'd like to assess.

 

for the OP, 2 tabs 4 times a day would be good,  6 times a day would be more aggressive, and that can help in the first week or two after which you can reduce to 4. 



Thanks so much again! I had only been giving them twice a day. I will go for 6!

 

Maybe I should start a new thread--but how should I use the clay on his teeth? Could I put just a smidge on his toothbrush and do it that way? I don't know how I could use it with him any other way except to sneak a bit in his drink...

 

Just as a side note-I've been dealing with acne for about the last 12 years. I'm doing a mask with the clay and taking it internally and taking the calc sulph and it seems to be clearing up! Fingers crossed!

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nice work! That's pretty much exactly what I would have told you to do (along with reducing or eliminating gluten/dairy/sugar.)  Good for you and I'm glad you're seeing an improvement!

 

For the clay you can sprinkle it on his toothbrush.

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what kind of clay OP? you can pm if you want- we are healing cavities here too.

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for this purpose I recommend a calcium bentonite.  Pascalite is a personal favorite.

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Yup pascalite is the best!
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what kind of clay OP? you can pm if you want- we are healing cavities here too.



I got the clay from Living Clay Company. I am SO, SO impressed. I had no idea it had so many uses! I burned my arm on the oven last night and used the clay, it was crazy, it took almost all the pain away and stopped hurting WAY sooner than any other burn. I bought the smallest size, and now I'm ready to get the most we can afford! I'm so thankful to learn about this stuff. Thanks again!

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I like there's too...you can try that on teeth.  all my clinical observations are from pascalite, but that is a good quality calcium bentonite.  I have the 40 pound bucket.  winky.gif

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i am such a noob, i will buy some of that clay but where do i get the pascalite? ty

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I'm trying to heal white spots near the gum line... Would cell salt work for such a decay issue?

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Would you think that cell salts would be ok for a 16 month old?  She has two visible cavities on her front teeth with the white patches near the gums.

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I got the clay from Living Clay Company. I am SO, SO impressed. I had no idea it had so many uses! I burned my arm on the oven last night and used the clay, it was crazy, it took almost all the pain away and stopped hurting WAY sooner than any other burn. I bought the smallest size, and now I'm ready to get the most we can afford! I'm so thankful to learn about this stuff. Thanks again!

 

 

Thank you! :)

 

Has anyone tried xylitol? If so, do you like it, is it ok to use, health wise? Do you know of any xylitol mints that are GMO free? No corn at all. thanks :)

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What is calc flour? 

 

Is this good for the calcium phosphate for a 4 year old?

 

www.amazon.com/Calcium-Phosphate-Cell-Salts-Tablets/dp/B00016X5ZK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1366212902&sr=8-2&keywords=calcium+phosphate

 

And thank you so much for the website for the clay!  I have been wanting to get some.

 

I read somewhere that the clay needs activated charcoal.  That sounds weird to me.  Are you guys using the clay plain?  

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I'd love to know an update on OP.  Any success?


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I'm treating my two year old's teeth with calc phos, calc fluor and silicea. I'm using 30x potency for the calc salts, and I just now noticed that the silicea says 30c. I ordered 30x but got 30c. Two questions...1. Is 30c okay? 2. We've been diluting 6 pellets (sucrose-based) in water and letting her drink the water throughout the day for the last two weeks. Should we take a break, or is it okay to keep doing this daily? I was thinking about doing it for another two weeks to see if the cell salts make an impact on her cavity. I'm asking about the break because I just found a site that said breaks should be taken while taking cell salts. Thanks!
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<p>I'd love to know an update on OP.  Any success?</p>
Yes! His cavities filled in some and hardened. He now has very healthy adult teeth with no problems in place of all the ones that had cavities!
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<p>Hi there,</p>
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<p>I have been reading through threads about cell salts and healing teeth--and well, my head is spinning! I want to purchase something to help heal my DS's decay. If I get the Hyland's Bioplasma Cell Salts is that all I need for now?</p>
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<p>I'm excited to learn more about cell salts for treating other things, but his teeth need help PRONTO!</p>
<p> </p>
<p>TIA &amp; sorry for the redundancy!</p>
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When you treat your teeth with a homeopathic method, such as cell salts, it is important to understand the many substances that can interfere with the efficiency of this treatment.

Some of the substances include coffee, mint, essential oils, tea tree, vinegar, medicines, electric blankets, toothpastes with Listerine or wintergreen, lip balms, some condiments and processed foods, and much more.

Cell salts are well-known for their ability to help with cavities, infections to the root and gums, and other dental issues. However, each dental patient is treated as an individual case, so buying and doing this on your own may not lead to the most effective benefits.

I would suggest speaking with a dental hygienist about treatment.
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Thanks for the info on the cell salts! Though this thread is very old and my son is cavity free now!
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Thanks for the info on the cell salts! Though this thread is very old and my son is cavity free now!
May I please revive this thread? I have two sons, ages 7 and 2. My oldest has had 8 cavities, all between his back molars. I personally believe that those cavities happened because of gummy vitamins and lack of flossing. Since we've found out about the cavities, we've changed our diet greatly. I'm curious about cell salts because so many people have said they've healed cavities. We did get all the cavities filled, but I'm sure there are weaknesses in his teeth still. Also, he's had two adult teeth pop through and they are yellow and seem like they have very weak enamel. They don't seem as hard slippery as his baby teeth. I'm wondering if cell salts would help strengthen his teeth and prevent cavities. I honestly don't understand cell salts. How would I even go about helping him get stronger teeth this way?
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