Cure Periodontitis With Lemon

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Hygiene of the oral cavity is very important for each person separately. There are a number of diseases that you are not aware that you can get. Periodontitis is a disease that damages the gums and bones.

The inflammation of the edge portion of the gums (gingivitis) is the early phase of the disease, in which only part of the tissue is damaged.

If detected at an early stage, gingivitis is curable. If left untreated, it can lead to inflammation of the system that supports the teeth (periodontitis). This is an advanced stage of periodontal disease, where the gums can be seriously damaged. This requires intensive care, but can still cause loss of one or more teeth.

A man from Germany shared his experience

“I have been cured of periodontitis, and I would like to share my experience with you. My dentist was very surprised with the realized progress. The remedy is very simple, cheap and natural – it is lemon juice. In the last six months I drank the lemon juice with water, about 2-3 or 4 lemons, daily. ”

Just drink the juice, do not rinse the mouth or hold the juice in the mouth. Lemon juice makes the body more alkaline, which is quite unusual because lemon is a tart.

Periodontitis is a very unpleasant disease and normal treatments are really expensive, and are not a guarantee of success. This treatment is inexpensive and healthy – and it really works!

The bacteria responsible for periodontitis cannot live in an alkaline environment and when it disappears, the disease stops. Gums become lighter, stronger, and the “pockets” are becoming smaller and smaller.
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