Many of the body’s most treacherous bacteria live in the mouth (oral cavity) and in the gut (lower intestine) causing havoc as infectious disorders. The source and treatment against their attacks on these systems are of intense scientific investigation. This paper is a comparative look at two unique therapies employed to safely impact the serious affects of toxic bacteria such as Clostridium difficle, Actinomycosis, Fusobacteria and Lactobacillus that accumulate in the mouth and gut alike. Dentists of the Calcium Therapy Institute offer their 50 years of clinical experience and insight drawn from managing and resolving infections of the mouth with Calcium Therapy.
|Find fecal matter, a “donor” or a pill||Find CTI- trained dentist or hygienist|
|Apply material into mouth and swallow||Apply calcium to gums in 30 seconds|
|Fecal matter = waste, acids & bacteria||Calcium/Zinc material for oral tissues|
|Adds major bacterial colonies to body||Applies an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic, antimicrobial|
|Attacks healthy & infectious cells alike||Stimulates & controls healing process|
|Response is in days to months||Response is in seconds to minutes|
|95% success rate of Fecal Therapy||98% success rate of Calcium Therapy|
|USA: 5000+ treated since 1980s||World: 40,000+ treated since 1960s|
|Cost of therapy = $100 – $10,000||Cost of therapy = $25 Kit|
|Medical maintenance is comple||Dental & Self maintenance simple|
|Treats intestinal inflammations||Treats oral inflammations & beyond|
|The gut drains infections||The mouth feeds infections|
|Works on humans and animals||Works on humans and animals|
|Available: MD or cocoa pill||Available: Calciumtherapy.com|
Periodontal disorders have shown to be linked with lower intestinal ailments, and chronic inflammations of both the mouth and the gut exhibit vague symptoms that often lead to late diagnosis. The bacteria control markers and their well-established association may apply to both oral and intestinal inflammations. Gut diseases are difficult to detect, and some so lethal that serious concerns for early detection are of worthy investigation. This linkage has significant ramifications due to calcium’s high level of permeability under normal conditions and the timed-release properties of certain calcium materials. The collateral benefits of oral Calcium Therapy to combat gum and gut diseases are being clarified in clinical settings.