Does brushing your teeth with oregano oil or DMSO get rid of toxins in your dental amalgams?

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Gargle and mouthwash Oregano - to help combat infection, inflammation, bad breath and as a regular mouthwash

Eight herbs, used for centuries in dental hygiene and prophylactics of respiratory infections create effective all-natural cleansing mouthwash with attractive herbal flavor and agreeable taste. Oregano obtained by traditional direct liquid extraction and contains whole spectrum of herbal constituents. These include ingredients proven to kill the bacteria that can cause bad breath, plaque and gum diseases, such as thymol, one of the most potent natural antimicrobial substances known, eucalyptol, natural phenols etc. Oregano helps get rid of bad breath and combat infections of the gums, throat and upper respiratory tract. Regular use promotes clean teeth, healthy gums and mucous.
Ingredients: Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria), Oregano (Origanum vulgare), Nettle (Urtica dioica), Marjoram (Origanum majorana), Rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), Thyme (Thymus vulgaris), Plantain (Plantago major), grain alcohol (13-15%), vegetable glycerin, distilled water.

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With Oil Of Oregano P73 Physician's Strength!

Oregano oil has been tested against a variety of microorganisms. Wild Oregano P73 [polyphenol 73%] formula is the most extensively researched and the only tested oregano product on the market today. Oregano oil has been tested against a variety of microorganisms [infections] and is found to exert a high degree of anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, anti-viral and antibacterial actions. Oregano is such a potent anti fungal agent that it is capable of destroying even resistant fungal forms, such as the mutated fungi which result from antibiotic therapy.

The care of your teeth and gums have a lot to do with your health. More that 80% of the adult population have some gum disease. If you have bleeding gums when you brush or floss, that is an early sign of gingivitis or periodontal gum disease. This means that you could actually suffer a heart attack due to bacteria on your teeth...The simple act of brushing your teeth can cause the bacteria to seep through your gums down into your bloodstream. Even if you wear dentures, you still need to protect your gums. The bacteria can form a blood clot that can cause a heart attack or stroke. This fact is documented by both the American Heart Association and the American Dental Association. Signs of gum disease, other than bleeding gums, are gums that are red, swollen, inflamed, painful or shiny; chronic bad breath; tooth sensitivity to hot and cold; teeth that are loose or shifting; receding gums that leave the root of the tooth exposed; and pockets or pus between the gums and teeth.

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