Have you ever received a root canal? Do you think you're going to need a root canal?
Are you aware somebody with health problems and they have received root canal(s)?
Well here is a good reason to not get one:
This information comes from a book called "Healing The Gerson Way" by Charlotte Gerson.
George Menning, former head of the Root Canal Society, resigned and wrote a book titled "The Root Canal Coverup", exposing the dangers of the root canal procedure after Dr. Menning had read a book written by Dr. Weston Price some hundred years ago.
Dr. Price described treating a patient who was bedridden with arthritis(RA) throughout her body. He removed a tooth of hers that had been through the root canal procedure. He cleaned it, sterilized it and implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. In five days the rabbit had developed severe RA and in 10 days the rabbit was dead from the disease. Meanwhile, after having the offending tooth removed, the patient started to feel better, and eventually lost the pain and swelling and fully recovered.
Dr. Price decided to do further research, and whenever he removed a root canal treated tooth, he sterilized it and implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. To his amazement, in every case, the rabbit contracted the same disease the patient had within 5 days and died within 10. He did this hundreds of times with similar results.
Dr. Price then experimented by taking a healthy tooth that someone had lost accidentally and implanted it under the skin of a rabbit. The rabbit lived for 15 years. Then he took a tooth from a diseased person and autoclaved it(exposed it to steam pressure at 250* temperature). That rabbit similarly contracted the exact same disease as the pastient and died.
Dr. Menning reports in his book the two main factors at play. First, removing the nerve of the tooth kills it. The dead tooth cannot absorb nutrients as a healthy tooth can. Number two is that metabolic residues are unable to be released from the tooth because the tooth becomes filled with germs and viruses, which eventually penetrate the jawbone and cause severe infectous bone damage. This penetration of viruses and germs into the body through the offending tooth allows toxins from the infection to be released into the bloodstream, causing a nearly permanent poisoning of the blood.
The only solution to this problem is to remove the root canal treated teeth, and if the root canal procedure hasn't been done, the tooth must be extracted to prevent this.
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