Flossing, brushing and even irrigation are touted as the superior management program. If you can, do it after every meal and before bedtime. One trick I learned from the daughter of a dentist was to use a cotton swab dipped in hydrogen peroxide and scrub my gums and tongue with it whenever I had contracted a cold. The key is to rinse out the mouth since the peroxide is hard on the skin. The next remedy is to follow up with brushing your teeth, flossing and scrubbing the gums with a cotton swab with a daub of Ganoderma Lucidum toothpaste . The cotton swab with Gano toothpaste can reach and swab areas not cleaned easily with a brush or when brushing is impossible. The Gano toothpaste is so good for the body, I leave it in my mouth instead of spitting it out, to do its nourishing work. It is so effective for skin restoration, I have put some on a bandage before applying it over a wound and the injury response more efficiently than the usual antibiotic creams and ointments on the market.
As MacMillan stated, “It is always cheaper to prevent a complication than it is to treat one.” (Canadian Nurse, March 1981, 42)
To your health,
Janet A Wiebe
Excerpt from Ganoderma Lucidum Sanctuary
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