Having a Tooth Pulled! Breakdown of the Body
Spring Holistic Living Expo in Salado, TX
As a kid my parents should have gone ahead and pushed the issue of me getting braces on my teeth, but I didn’t want to wear them, so they didn’t push it. More than likely money was tight, so when I said no they probably were relieved.
One of my lower teeth (#22) was always a non usable tooth that many a dentist cursed. The two teeth on either side of it actually met behind it. I always called it a snaggletooth. Two months before going in for the bone marrow transplant in 1992 my dentist did an unexpected root canal on the snaggletooth.
Twenty nine years later that tooth had some decay. To me it didn’t make any sense to keep spending money on a dead tooth besides it wasn’t a functioning tooth, and the meridian point reading indicated that the tooth was negatively affecting my liver. After speaking with my biological dentist I opted to have it extracted last week. I’m glad I did even though I’m still healing.
The primary thing they wanted for me following the surgery was to rest, so they had given me a prescription for vicodin to alleviate pain. I don’t take medication. I had to buy aspirin to take with me, but I went ahead and filled the prescription in case I might need one. A few days before I had broken the tablets in half so if I did need one, it would be less.
After leaving my dentist’s office, I headed for the hotel. I had plenty of food on my stomach. I had made some raw lemon coconut pudding and some organic, dairy-free potato salad. Within a few hours I decided to go ahead and take 1/2 a vicodin so I could have a restful sleep.
Thirty minutes after swallowing the pill, my auric field begin to fade and turned a dirty yellow gray and I became nauseated. I was able hold back from throwing up for an hour or two, but eventually it came up anyhow. As I was making my way to the bathroom, I asked the angels to make it gentle since just a few hours before I had had surgery. And as if my request was heard, my pudding came up gently and easily.
I became fascinated watching my body taking care of me. A light perspiration was all over my body with a thicker layer on the sternum. Of course, I easily made it through the night and over the next week my only source for pain relief was a total of 7 aspirins mostly at night. The primary way I handled the discomfort was through using velvet antler 5 times a day along with GXL every 1-3 hours.
Why am I sharing this story? Because I want you to know how quickly the light can fade with the use of medication. Yes there are times when it is necessary, but more often than not, the meds are not needed. Most people take meds every day and at least 2-3 times a day. Each time we a medication the light within gets turned down a notch.
Our body is one of the most beautiful creations because regardless of what we do to it, it will always do it’s very best to take good care of us. I know mine has always got my back! Thank you…
I really hope to see you there…
p.s.s. Nurturess Cheesecakes
Two beautiful ladies here in Austin have started a raw, vegan cheesecake company. Oh my, these Goddesses really know how to make cheesecakes muy perfecto. They have 3 to choose from: Blueberry Swirl, Chocolate and Orange/Chocolate.
You can stop by Daily Juice Cafe and pick up a slice. Or call them at 512-788-7710 to place an order. Here’s their website: www.nurturess.com. My favorite is the Blueberry; my husband is gaga for chocolate. I’d say try them all.
Disclaimer: In no way has the statements written been approved by the FDA, AMA and/or other such agencies. And this is by no means for the purpose of diagnosing, treating, alleviating, mitigating, curing, preventing, or caring for “disease in any way or manner whatsoever.