How to heal a cavity naturally and nutritionally without the need for ‘drilling and filling’

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Ethan A. Huff
Natural Health

Having a dentist drill out a tooth and fill it with composite, ceramic, or toxic amalgam is not the only way to deal with the onset of a cavity. Sarah Pope, a mother and Nutrition Education and Chapter Leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation, tells the story on her blog of how her young son’s cavity was completely healed through one simple dietary, as well as supplementation with a combination of two powerful healing oils.

When Sarah’s husband first noticed the deep crater on the side their son’s lateral incisor tooth, the couple immediately decided to call the dentist and schedule an appointment to have it filled. Though familiar with nutritional protocols for healing tooth cavities naturally, Sarah and her husband decided that the cavity was too severe, and that the best course of action was to have it filled as soon as possible in order to prevent it from rotting completely.

But since the first available appointment was scheduled for several weeks out, Sarah decided to instruct her son to go through with the natural tooth healing protocol anyway. This included him daily consuming raw butter and honey on two pieces of toast, and supplementing with a teaspoon of fermented cod liver oil and three capsules of butter oil.

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