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Longevity Warehouse Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel, 10 mL each
Our new oral care creation brings a fresh depth to tissue rejuvenation and microbe management in your mouth!
What Is Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel?
Longevity Warehouse Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel delivers ozone, made of three atoms of oxygen (O3), along with potent organic essential oils including seabuckthorn, jojoba, clove, tea tree, peppermint, rose otto, oregano, cinnamon, and thyme linalool directly to the mouth!
Ozone has many applications in oral care, as nascent oxygen is naturally antifungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral. Use Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel as toothpaste, put on floss, and/or massage into gums.
Ozone for Oral Care
In 1896, the brilliant visionary, Nikola Tesla, was issued a patent for an ozone generator. An electrical genius with over 300 patents – for a wireless light bulb, wireless communication, ionized gases, cold plasma, and ozone generation for oxygen therapy – Tesla invented ozone therapy. He produced a powerful gel made by bubbling ozone through olive oil until it solidified for use by naturopaths and doctors.
Today, biological dental practices use ozone in the form of ozone gas and ozone infused water. Ozonated gas has many dental uses; among these is the practice of injecting it around the root of a root canalled tooth. Cavities exposed to ozone gas will subsequently harden. In the case of a nerve exposure, ozone water followed by ozone gas will often prevent the nerve from dying. Irrigation of a surgical site with ozone water will speed healing and help remineralize the bone. The gas injected into a cavitation site is part of a protocol to clear up the cavitation. Injection of ozone into the TMJ joint has been found to be anti-inflammatory. Ozonated water is used for ingesting, gargling, and irrigating gum pockets.
Why Choose Toothcare Products Made With Essential Oils?
Essential oils in their unique nature are all antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral to varying degrees. In the book Beyond Antibiotics, Michael Schmidt devotes an entire chapter to the antimicrobial efficacy of essential oils, and states, “One of the advantages essential oils have over antibiotics is that bacteria do not develop resistance to essential oils. Many essential oils exert their antibacterial effect by interfering with the bacteria’s ability to breathe."
"On the other hand, antibiotics interfere with the life cycle, or metabolism of, bacteria, but since bacteria are very crafty creatures, they change their chemistry and genes, which makes the antibiotic less effective the next time it is used. As a result, new generations of antibiotics will need to be developed to stay ahead of these organisms. Additionally, says Schmidt, “Another advantage to essential oils is that some actually stimulate immune function.”
At home, ozonated tooth serums deliver the combined benefits of ozone with potent botanicals. This ozonated gel may be applied to gums, sensitive teeth, abscesses, gum pockets, sulcus, mouth lesions, and cold sores.