Low intensity pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) is a revolutionary technology which has been clinically proven to:
* Regrow missing teeth
* Enhance jawbone growth
* Promote healing in soft tissues like cartilage and intervertebral discs
* Promote bone fracture healing
* Promote muscle healing
Apparently this has been used to do all kinds of miraculous things, it has been used with underdeveloped jaws to extend the bone. Unfortunately the FDA and similar regulatory bodies in other countries have been delaying its approval for distribution (it can still be sold however), while other ultrasonic devices with more questionable therapeutic effects (e.g. Exogen 4000+) and devices that simply don't work at all have been approved.
You can email the LIPUS foundation at email@example.com to order the device. The price is $4320 which pays for production, testing, sterilization, and shipping costs (which takes about 5 weeks). This is the information I received from talking with the foundation. The device is the size of a telephone receiver and the voltage is 115V.
In the mean time if you have chipped, broken, hole ridden teeth, make your own toopaste using comfrey root! Comfrey root accelerates bone, tooth, and tissue regrowth. It may take a few months to fill in cavities depending on how often you use it, but it will also reduce pain and further deterioration if you eat right and use a homemade toothpaste. Big Pharma - oops I mean the FDA has attacked manufacturer using comfrey in their formulas and requested or demanded it be withdrawn. There are a number of testimonials online where people claim to have filled in cavities using comfrey root.
Fortunately, you can still find the comfrey powder online.
Do not buy commercial toothpastes! Almost all contain glycerin which permeates and coats the teeth for up to several days and prevents them from being remineralized by the saliva. This will dramatically impede your body's ability to repair and regrow the teeth. Make YOUR OWN toothpaste!
interesting... so much is possible! I am envisioning regrowing a few teeth that are deep drilled alas, and cracking. I believe it must be possible to do this without a machine, but that i feel would likely require a lot of meditation, mainly just to learn to focus the mind, and *get out of the way* as it were of what amounts to the miraculous potential of Mind, once it's liberated from its various prisons and self-made calamities. With a little help form the PTB :-))
I stopped using toothpaste, and haven't missed it at all. I still brush my teeth, just don't use toothpaste. I keep meaning to make some, (no glycerine) but haven't got round to it. Over the decades I've used various things at different times. Roasted eggplant powder was fun. Takes a lotof brushing to get the black off.
Bone, Flesh and cartilage powder, from Christopher's original recipe has comfrey, I believe... good stuff.
Best is often to make it oneself.
PS thanks for posting--and here's the recipe for the toothpaste I've been meaning to make--on the same site.
You will need:
Food-grade hydrogen peroxide
Xylitol (optional) or Stevia (optional)
Sea salt (optional)
Essential oil (optional)
Comfrey root, powder, or extract to regrow cavities and heal the body
Donít stress the measurements, just get the consistency right and make sure it tastes good.
This will provide far more profound benefits to your oral hygiene (and more) than any store-bought toothpaste. Your gums will immediately improve, your teeth will become significantly whiter, and your breath will smell better. If youíve never heard of "oil pulling" Iíd recommend looking it up. I also recommend looking into the health benefits of food grade hydrogen peroxide (not the crap adulterated with heavy metals).
If you are lazy enough to buy toothpaste at the store, avoid toothpaste with:
Sodium Laureth/Lauryl Sulfates [SLS]
Ingredients you canít read or understand (not all are bad, but many are petrochemicals, plasticizers, endocrine disruptors, canker-sore causing cleaners, Genetically-Modified-Organisms thickeners, etc.)
That’s really great information about dental care and I agree with you that most of the commercial toothpastes contain some harmful ingredients. So I think your tips can help people in understanding about homemade toothpaste and about its benefits.
No actually it is said that it does not regrow teeth I emailed some people representing them(although they sounded unprofessional) after 10 e-mails back and forth they said don't read the hype on the internet and they called me desperate for imagining it. weirdo's at firstname.lastname@example.org...