Teeth can work like little batteries. Metal in the mouth produces electrical fields around certain teeth which can produce many bizarre effects.
Re your article on sarcoidosis (WDDTY vol 13 no 2, Q&A), my experience is that there is a two-way connection between teeth and various organs and systems of the body. The root-canal theory assumes a one-way connection
Haemorrhoids (piles) are common - about half the population will have them at some point in life. They are like varicose veins, but of the tissue that lines the anal canal. If these veins become dilated and swollen, they can project into the anal...
At the beginning of the 20th century, the biggest risk factors for death due to heart disease were tooth and jaw infections. A single unhealthy tooth could lead to an early grave due to subacute bacterial endocarditis,
A few ideas for the man who had an abscess in his right lower gum, caused by a baby tooth that's still there.
What could we do to help a six-year-old girl who suffers from boils on her bottom? Well, let's start with the folklore remedy of taping a large slice of garlic to the boil, which should be left on overnight.
Names: Coughwort, Horsehoof, Foal's Foot.
Habitat: A com
Acute, tender, perifollicular inflammatory nodules resulting from infection by staphylococci.
Commonly known as boils
An abscess is a swelling filled with pus. There are three types of dental abscesses that resemble each other; it is their point of origin that differentiates them.
Part Used: Root and leaf.
In the root: