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What Are Cavitations?

Most people familiar with holistic or biological dentistry know the problems mercury amalgam fillings can cause. Many also know about the health risks of root canal teeth. But fewer know much about a third major oral issue: cavitations.

So although I’ve posted about them before, I think it’s important to share additional information from time to time so more people become aware of this other potential block to more optimal health.

So just what is a cavitation?

In simplest terms, it’s a hole in the jaw bone that hasn’t healed correctly. There are many causes, including dental trauma, gum disease and toxic assault, but they most commonly follow tooth extraction. (As the title of one research article by Drs. Levy and Huggins put it, “Routine Dental Extractions Routinely Produce Cavitations” [PDF].) For when a tooth is removed, the periodontal ligament and a bit of the bone around the socket must be removed, too. (This ligament is what attaches teeth to the jaw.) Otherwise, remaining bacteria will be effectively sealed into the jaw bone as new tissue grows over the surgical site. The infection continues to destroy tissue, while the waste from that dead and decaying tissues worsens the infection.

This infection doesn’t just stay in the jaw, however. The pathogens have access to the general circulation via blood and lymph vessels. Where they go, what organs they affect and how depend on their type.

Notably, mercury and other toxic heavy metals may also be distributed through the body via cavitations, as evidence suggests they can act as holding tanks of sorts for the vapor released by mercury fillings in the mouth. It is, in short, another route of access for systemic mercury poisoning.

Here’s naturopath Dr. Alison Adams on cavitations and their long-term consequences:

 

 

See also “Dental Dangers: Cavitations” and “Oral Obstacles to Optimal Health.”

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The Holistic Dentist Year in Review, 2011

As we’re about to say goodbye to 2011 and hello to 2012, it seems only right to take a quick look back at the year in blogging.

It was The Holistic Dentist‘s first full year of existence. (Its two year anniversary will be at the end of this coming February.) And during that time, our audience more than tripled!

Here’s what people were reading:

Top 10 New Posts of 2011

  1. What’s Ozone Therapy & How Is It Used in Dentistry?
  2. US Calls for a “Phase-out” of Dental Amalgam in World Mercury Treaty Negotiations
  3. Do Natural Mouthwashes Work?
  4. Root Canal Myths
  5. Want Your Kids to Eat More Veg & Fruit? Try Smiling!
  6. Why Do We Have Two Sets of Natural Teeth in Our Lifetimes?
  7. Teeth Sensitive? Don’t Look Now, but Your Dentin May Be Showing
  8. Case History: “A True Healing Miracle”
  9. Detox Support: Reiki
  10. How to Get Rid of Bad Breath Naturally

Top 10 Overall Posts in 2011

  1. Why Tongue Piercings Aren’t So Cool for Your Teeth & Gums
  2. Get the Most Out of Tooth Whitening
  3. Nutrition & Your Amazing, Self-Healing Teeth
  4. Why Doesn’t Everyone with Mercury Fillings Get Sick?
  5. A Nanosilver Bullet Against Tooth Decay?
  6. What’s Ozone Therapy & How Is It Used in Dentistry?
  7. US Calls for a “Phase-out” of Dental Amalgam in World Mercury Treaty Negotiations
  8. Do Natural Mouthwashes Work?
  9. Root Canal Myths
  10. Does Fluoride Really Prevent Cavities?

Thanks much to all of you for reading, commenting and sharing! And if you’ve not yet connected with my office via Facebook and/or Twitter for more frequent info on holistic, biological dental health and wellness, please do!

My staff and I wish you the happiest of New Years…

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A Note from This Year’s IABDM Meeting

This weekend, I’m in Carmel for the 25th Anniversary Meeting of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine – a group formed by two of my California colleagues: Gary Verigin, DDS and the late Ed Arana, DDS. Back in the 1980s, after repeatedly seeing each other at seminars on the advances in dental medicine then being made in Germany, the two began to share knowledge and resources – and an eagerness to learn everything possible about this new kind of dentistry.

One evening, after a class with German naturopath Andreas Marx, they talked about bringing more of the best German biological dentists to the US to teach them. Wanting to share this knowledge with the best American dentists, they dreamt of a global network of dentists committed to biological principles. They could share knowledge, technology and insight. They could establish standards of care. They could build a canon of legitimate scientific knowledge. And there would be strength in numbers.

That evening, the American Academy of Biological Dentistry was born.

Several years ago, the name was changed to better reflect the Academy’s global membership and the integral relationship between dentistry and medicine. Yet the IABDM mission continues: providing opportunities for biological dentists, physicians and allied practitioners to meet, network and share research and knowledge that helps us provide the best integrative care to our patients.

This year (PDF), two of the key figures in the ongoing fight to end toxic dentistry will be speaking about their latest research: biochemist Dr. Boyd Haley, on the relationship between mercury exposure and Alzheimer’s disease; and
dental researcher Dr. Hal Huggins, on reasons for the astronomical rise in conditions such as MS and ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease).

Also presenting will be naturopath Dr. Louisa Williams (author of the excellent book Radical Medicine) and noted oral pathology expert Jerry Bouquot, DDS – and I’m looking forward to learning more from both of them, too.

For as I wrote before, I’m a continual student

The professional man has no right
to be other than a continuous student.

G.V. Black, DDS

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Partner with the Healing Process

The healing process isn’t always a smooth transition from illness through treatment to recovery.

The removal of mercury fillings, cavitations, infected root canals and similar triggers of illness does not, alone, bring instant relief. As with all dental procedures, there are the normal biological processes of limited swelling, pain or discomfort, and inflammation. Sometimes, there can be complications such as infection or poor healing. But whatever the specific situation, the body must be actively supported in its ability to heal.

The best way to empower the body’s recovery is through the use of natural remedies. Unlike drugs that work on and against the body, natural therapies work with the body, allowing it to reach a state of normal function. Such remedies include homeopathy, herbs, acupuncture, chelation with vitamin and mineral support, an alkalinizing diet, meditation, a positive mental attitude and trust in Grace.

As Albert Schweitzer once said, “A good therapy is to stimulate the healer within.”

When natural remedies are used, there are times when you will feel worse before you feel better. Such a healing crisis can last days, or even weeks, depending on the toxins stored in the tissues and the constitution of the patient. But this is just a temporary stage on the journey to improved health. As an old Italian saying puts it: Not everything which is bad comes to hurt us. Indeed, good results manifest when we are patient. Once the process is complete, you can look back with gratitude and renewed vitality.

When toxic load, poor nutrition, dehydration, tissue acidity or negative mental attitude sap a body’s ability to heal, the body will find coping mechanisms for survival. For example, it will try to keep toxic materials, including heavy metals, out of the general circulation by depositing them in fat and connective tissues – which also happen to be nutritional stores for the body. Over time, these storage depots become larger and start to block natural organ function. This marks the beginning of chronic symptoms such as allergies, joint and muscle pain, and frequent fatigue.

The chronic disease process takes years to develop. While drug therapy can sometimes seem to provide immediate relief, all the drugs are doing is masking or suppressing symptoms. Natural remedies, on the other hand, support your body’s innate ability to heal by removing the root problem – that which gives rise to symptoms. Though working with nature in this way can take longer, in the broad view, the results are more satisfying and lasting.

Most natural remedies are nontoxic: they have primarily a tonic effect on the body. They have no side effects. When you are feeling bad during the healing process, what you are experiencing is the release of the old, stored toxins. You may not have been aware of them before, but when healing, you become very aware that they are stirred up and wanting out. Our goal is to help them leave the body graciously.

For more articles like this one, visit the resources page at my office website.

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Detox Support: Reiki

When a person has become sick due to mercury amalgam fillings, root canals, cavitations or other dental sources of illness and dysfunction, healing isn’t just a matter of removing the source and sending the patient on their way. As I wrote before,

The ideal treatment begins before removal, in preparing your body to heal – especially if you are already ill from mercury poisoning. Again, you got sick because your body couldn’t get rid of the mercury leaching from your fillings. That mercury then accumulated in your body tissues. Thus, we must help your body become more able to excrete it once the source is removed. Most often, this treatment involves nutritional changes, supplementation and the use of homeopathics, and it normally continues through post-removal detox. At that point, you may choose to pursue other treatments, as well – chelation therapy, body work, energy medicine, sauna and others that aid the body in releasing toxins.

One popular complementary therapy is Reiki – which is actually far less mysterious than it sometimes sounds at first. In the following guest post, Reiki Master and wellness educator Jaymie Meyer explains what it is and how it can support your health and well-being.

What Is Reiki? Universal Energy

By Jaymie Meyer, CWP, ERYT-500

I can remember as a little girl the sheer bliss of my grandmother’s polished nails gently scratching my back. Then, as now, I adore bodywork and have experienced many techniques over the years including rolfing, Thai yoga massage and myofascial release.

It was for that reason that I initially shunned Reiki (pronounced “ray-key”) – because it doesn’t involve massage. It wasn’t until I felt a strong intuitive call to learn Reiki some nine years ago that I began to search for a teacher.

I found a well regarded Reiki Master named Dina Kennedy in Westchester who is five steps from Dr. Mikao Usui, the man credited with developing Reiki in the late 1800s. I studied with her for several years and ultimately received my initiation as a Reiki Master in 2005.

What exactly is Reiki? Reiki is a Japanese word meaning “universal energy.” It is increasingly recognized in the West as a beneficial adjunct to allopathic medicine. It supports wellness for the physical, emotional and mental body, but it’s not a “magic cure” and isn’t a replacement for licensed medical treatment.

While Reiki is a gentle “hands-on” practice, there is no manipulation of muscle or tissue. It’s typically delivered to a fully clothed person on a massage table but can also be done in a chair.

The practitioner lays hands on the body including the head, heart, belly, back, knees and feet. There is no contact with the breasts, genitals or buttocks. Additionally, people who are recovering from surgery or are extremely sensitive to touch may opt to have the hands over the body. This is equally effective.

Used in hospitals before, during and after surgery, Reiki is believed to enhance the body’s ability to heal itself. In addition to reducing pain and anxiety, Reiki has much to offer in the way of increased wellbeing by reducing stress.

While anecdotal, I have seen Reiki benefit numerous conditions including healing from burns, relieving headaches and back pain, helping sinus conditions, alleviating muscle and joint fatigue and lessening emotional anxiety. It is also helpful for those experiencing insomnia. In fact, it’s not uncommon for people to fall asleep during a Reiki treatment.

In January of 2010, while appearing on Oprah, Dr. Oz discussed the merits of complementary medicine. He said, “The most important alternative medicine treatment of all is Reiki energy medicine. It can manipulate your energy and help cure what ails you.”

Reiki clinics – or “circles” as they are sometimes called – are held all over the country and are a wonderful way to sample this practice. Clinics typically offer 15 to 30 minute sessions for a nominal fee. It’s a great way to check out a practitioner with whom you might want to study or receive on-going sessions.

Once you learn Reiki, you can practice it on yourself, which I do daily, but I also enjoy receiving Reiki from other practitioners. A particular treat is receiving Reiki from more than one person at a time. Having four or six hands deliver Reiki simultaneously is an amazing experience that is both energizing and deeply relaxing.

One of the most beneficial aspects of Reiki is that it goes where it’s needed and never, ever harms. Finally, it teaches us how to listen to the subtle messages our body communicates, messages that often deliver insights into lifestyle changes we can potentially make to support a happier and healthier life.

If you are interested in reading more about Reiki, two books written by accomplished Reiki Masters I know and respect are:

  • Living a Life of Reiki by Shalandra Abbey
  • Reiki: A Comprehensive Guide by Pamela Miles

Jaymie Meyer, CWP, ERYT-500, is a wellness educator with certifications in stress management, bereavement counseling, yoga therapy and Ayurveda. She is also a Reiki Master. Her company, Resilience for Life®, has been delivering wellness programs for over 9 years at work sites and educational institutions including the National Institutes for Health (NIH), Coby Electronics Corporation, Columbia University, IBM, Jewish Guild for the Blind and Martha Stewart Living. She is an on-going faculty member at Yogaville’s Integral Yoga Academy, teaching the Stress Management TT each summer. Learn more at resilienceforlife.com, or contact Jaymie via email: jaymie (at) resilienceforlife.com.

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On Being a Life-Long Learner

A lot of people seem to think that once you’re done with school, you’re done learning. But in truth, as Jiddu Krishnamurti taught, “there is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning.” Sometimes that learning comes from books and lectures. Sometimes it comes through community with coworkers and colleagues, family and friends. Sometimes it comes from just being.

Yes, as a practicing dentist, I’m required to do continuing coursework to keep my license valid. But even so, it seems a common sense thing to do – in dentistry or any other profession. How else could you stay up-to-date in your field?

Consequently, not a month goes by that I don’t participate in a seminar or take a class of some kind. I find it exciting and fulfilling – personally and professionally, intellectually and spiritually. Even after more than 40 years of practicing dentistry, I’m still eager to deepen my understanding of oral-systemic health dynamics. Likewise, I both want and need to stay current with the latest treatments, techniques and technologies so I can continue to provide top-notch care for my patients, helping them heal or just sustain or improve their oral and physical health.

A partial list of courses I’ve taken over the past decade-plus is available here.

Just this month, I completed an 8 month course in periodontics – the dental specialty concerned with the gums and other supporting structures of the teeth. On the one hand, what I learned will help me provide an even higher level of care for patients with gum disease – a problem which affects 3 of every 4 adult Americans. (We looked at some of the reasons for this in a previous post.) But more than that – in the words of the course syllabus – it’s just

no longer…possible to practice restorative dentistry without having an in depth knowledge of how to maintain and modify periodontal tissues. Optimal oral esthetics demands optimal periodontal form. Optimal systemic health demands optimal periodontal health.

In other words, you can’t practice good dentistry by focusing just on the teeth. And you certainly can’t provide the kind of dental care needed to support overall health. As we understand more profoundly how periodontal disease is linked with diabetes, heart disease and other inflammatory conditions, the more crucial it is that dentists take a whole-body approach to their profession.

Although far too many dentists continue to practice mechanistic “toxic dentistry” – treating the teeth in isolation from the rest of the body and relying on substances such as mercury, fluoride and formocresol, believing them harmless – change is happening. The profession – like any – continues to evolve in response to new research and technology, as well as the efforts of holistic health professionals, grassroots activists and patients. Such efforts are one of the reasons why I belong to organizations such as the HDA, IAOMT and IABDM in addition to the dominant ADA and its state and local offshoots. These organizations exist to educate dental and medical professionals, as well as the general public, about safer alternatives to toxic dentistry and the intricate relationships between oral and systemic health.

“Education,” wrote Ralph Ellison, “is all a matter of building bridges” – between ideas, facts, theories, bodies of knowledge and people.

Thus, a new organization was recently founded, of which I’m pleased to count myself a founding member: The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health.

The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health is an organization of health care leaders and health professionals dedicated to the relationship of oral health and whole body health. AAOSH membership includes and is open to health professionals from many allied health disciplines, corporate supporters and sponsors, health educators, and healthcare leaders.

Membership and Academy activities, meetings, research and communications are all supportive of helping members of the healthcare community to work closer together and helping to improve the oral and general health of our patients and our communities.

Understanding the emerging science-driven relationships between the mouth and the body, AAOSH promotes building closer ties between allied health professionals and improving interdisciplinary communication and professional referral relationships.

You can read a more detailed discussion of their mission here. While their website is new enough to not yet have extensive educational resources, no doubt it will grow right along with the organization.

Of course, there’s one other benefit to making active learning a life-long habit: it keeps you young. As said, I’ve been practicing dentistry for over 40 years now – since 1967 – and I still find it exciting and fresh, challenging and new as the day I greeted my very first patient. And the rapid advances in dental-medical tech and knowledge ensure there will always be more to learn; likewise with our expanding knowledge of the mind, spirit and energy that inform both my approach to healing and life in general.

As Henry Ford once said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”

Want to resume learning? Here are 15 tips to get you started.

Already a devoted life-long learner? Share your story in the comments – or advice for others who’d like to follow your lead.

Learning is the beginning of wealth. Learning is the beginning of health. Learning is the beginning of spirituality. Searching and learning is where the miracle process all begins. – Jim Rohn

 

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Case History: “A True Healing Miracle”

This week, I’d like to share a case history with you as it’s presented in David and Linda Freud’s recent book, The Healing Gift.

Linda is a medical intuitive I have known for some time. And what is a “medical intuitive”? As the book description explains, “Like a forensic psychic brought in to solve a crime, a medical intuitive is a medical psychic detective, brought in to find the hidden causes of medical conditions that have eluded conventional doctors and diagnostic lab tests.”

For the case recounted below, Linda referred a gentleman to me who had been diagnosed with heart disease, which she found had been influenced by dental conditions – particularly the presence of mercury and nickel, along with associated oral galvanism. As you will see – and as the gentleman, a rabbi, declared after treatment – “I have witnessed a true healing miracle of God…that has had a major impact on my physical health as well as on an emotional and spiritual level.”

 

From The Healing Gift by David Freud with Linda Freud (Basic Health Publications, 2010):

This story about Rabbi Moshe, an esteemed rabbi and scholar of Kabbalah living in Jerusalem, demonstrates the unique power of Linda’s gift. Rabbi Moshe had been experiencing shortness of breath and rapid heart beat for the last several years. In May 2001 a treadmill electrocardiogram showed that he experienced tachycardia and arrhythmia during physical exertion due to a significant oxygen deficiency caused by decreased circulation in the coronary arteries due to a buildup of arterial plaque. The test showed that he was experiencing chest pain accompanied by shortness of breath.

Step 1. The first health reading with Linda.
Rabbi Moshe’s first channeling session in December 2002 during a trip to Los Angeles revealed an array of health issues affecting his cardiovascular system:

  1. Mercury, nickel, and lead toxicity from fillings and bridges (cofactors for tachycardia).
  2. Dangerously high electrical current coming from a tooth (a cofactor for tachycardia).
  3. Fungal proliferation/gastrointestinal dysbiosis/acid pH.
  4. Poor circulation/insufficient oxygen.
  5. Excess cholesterol and oxidation of cholesterol due to the proliferation of free radicals.
  6. Mineral and trace mineral deficiencies.
  7. Emotional stress and exhaustion.

Linda channeled that dental issues were having a profoundly negative effect on the rabbi’s heart. When she got out her tooth chart she went over each tooth searching for heavy metals. She channeled that the remnants of both mercury and nickel had not been properly removed in two of his lower right molars (17 and18), which Rabbi Moshe mentioned were underneath what was part of a five-tooth bridge. Because he was set to return back to Israel the next day, Linda channeled one name from a list of biological dentists in Israel and stressed that upon his return Rabbi Moshe should have the dentist remove two other mercury amalgam fillings as part of the healing process. However, upon further channeling, Linda insisted that the Israeli dentist was incapable of safely removing the remaining mercury and nickel in teeth 17 and 18 under the bridge. That would have to wait until the rabbi returned to Los Angeles a few months later when he could see a specific dentist whom she recommended. This was Dr. Vernon Erwin, D.D.S., a talented biological dentist in the Los Angeles area whom Linda channeled was the right dentist not only for his technical brilliance, but also because he works closely with Linda on tough cases. As we will soon see, this bit of information proved to be critical.

Step 2. Treatment protocols.
Linda recommended a range of different natural cardiovascular remedies, which Rabbi Moshe took for the next six months. These included red yeast extract (to help lower LDL cholesterol), CoQ10, magnesium aspartate, taurine, mild cayenne pepper, and hawthorn berry extract. Other supportive products included an antioxidant, homeopathic fungal remedies, a green drink, probiotics, a liquid trace mineral formula, a lymphatic drainage remedy, a liver detox, a stabilized oxygen product, gem essences (for emotional stress), homeopathics for miasms, and a channeled anti-candida diet.

Step 3. Follow-up tests in Israel.
Upon his return to Israel, Rabbi Moshe immediately underwent a blood test prior to beginning the protocols Linda channeled. The test confirmed exactly what she had detected. Rabbi Moshe was still exhibiting an elevated level of cholesterol as well as a poor ratio of healthy HDL to harmful LDL cholesterol. The results of another treadmill test were reviewed by the chief cardiologist at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. He declared the rabbi’s health precarious and relayed that the recent stress teat proved he had significant coronary disease. The rabbi was experiencing tachycardia during physical exertion due to a significant oxygen deficiency caused by decreased circulation in the coronary arteries. When the rabbi expressed his interest in exploring alternative methods of treating his heart condition, the cardiologist became quite furious and declared in front of the rabbi’s wife, “I guarantee if you take that approach you will be a dead man within two years.” He urged the rabbi to immediately undergo an angioplasty procedure and also prescribed Lipitor.

After carefully weighing the risks versus rewards of this course of treatment, the rabbi decided to follow his gut instincts and continue on the path that he had started with Linda. His own research led him to conclude that the doctor’s approach to managing his case did not address the root causes of his heart condition that Linda had channeled (heavy metal toxicity, oxidized cholesterol, and dental electronconductivity issues). In addition, he reasoned that he could avoid angioplasty if he addressed these underlying issues and that his cholesterol issues could be effectively managed through a combination of dietary modification and supplements.

Step 4. Confirmation of Linda’s evaluation by Dr. Vernon Erwin, D.D.S.
When Rabbi Moshe flew back to Los Angeles a few months later with his dental records, I accompanied him to see Dr. Erwin. I explained to Dr. Erwin that Linda was concerned about the correlation between the rabbi’s teeth and his heart. After taking a new full-mouth panorex x-ray, Dr. Erwin measured the level of current in the bridge that contained teeth 17 and 18 utilizing an amperage metering device. Dr. Erwin was quite astonished when he tested tooth 18 and the device registered 53 microamps. He told me in the 40 years he had conducted this test, that this was one of the highest readings he had ever seen! A normal level of current coming off a tooth is usually 2 to 3 microamps. He then mentioned that the exact location of the abnormally high current was dangerously close to the vagus nerve, which leads directly to the heart. I will never forget when he said to Rabbi Moshe, “Well, of course you are having heart problems. Your heart is being electrocuted 24/7.”

Then Dr. Erwin completely removed the old bridge, including all of the mercury and nickel that Linda had identified. After the procedure was completed, he paused for a moment and said, “Since the rabbi came all the way from Israel to have this done, perhaps we should have Linda come over just to make sure that all the toxic metals were completely removed.”

After Linda arrived, she got out a tooth chart and her pendulum. With her left index finger over tooth 17 on the chart, the pendulum, which she was holding in her right hand, spun to the right, indicating that the tooth was clear of all mercury and nickel. She then put her finger over tooth 18. When she asked if this tooth was now free of mercury, the pendulum spun affirmatively to the right. However, when she asked if tooth 18 was free of all nickel, the pendulum swung to the left, indicating nickel was still in the root area of the tooth. Dr. Erwin then checked to see if he could visually confirm what Linda was getting. After taking a close look, he told her he could not see any remaining nickel. She checked again with the pendulum and told him she was still getting the same information.

Dr. Erwin decided to do some more exploratory drilling to see if he could uncover the nickel. After drilling a while, he told Linda he still did not see anything. She checked again and reported that she was still getting the same results: toxic nickel was still there. “Keep drilling toward the anterior side of tooth 18 between 2 and 3 o’clock and you will find it,” she told Dr. Erwin. He did as she suggested and a minute later announced in an excited voice that he had found it and cleaned it out. Linda then confirmed that the nickel had indeed been completely removed from tooth 18.

Dr. Erwin was completely astonished by what had just happened. He remarked that the nickel had completely ionized very deep in the root area and looked like black soot. Rechecking the x-rays, he told me that what Linda had channeled had been completely undetected by the x-ray because the nickel had ionized into a sootlike substance. He then declared that if Linda had not told him twice to keep drilling, the entire procedure would not have been a success. The whole time the rabbi was sitting in the dental chair, he was aware that he was witnessing an authentic miracle of healing. He remarked in front of us, “Thank you God for allowing this miracle to happen.” Upon a follow-up visit with Linda the next day, the rabbi reported that the tachycardia had completely ceased. Linda channeled that as a result of this one procedure the vitality of his heart had improved 35 percent!

Step 5. Follow-up care.
After returning to Israel, Rabbi Moshe continued on a regime of supplements that strengthened his heart function and reduced cholesterol and triglycerides before successfully completing a heavy metal detoxification program Linda designed. One year later Rabbi Moshe was feeling much stronger and the shortness of breath had essentially disappeared. Of Linda’s healing gift, Rabbi Moshe stated, “I have witnessed a true healing miracle of God through his angels that has had a major impact on my physical health as well as on an emotional and spiritual level.”

Dr. Erwin said of the miracle that he witnessed: “We send our thanks and blessings to Linda Freud for her help and cooperation in this fascinating case. Without her mastery in the area of health we could not practice with the precision required to help our patients recover their health. Her observations and revelations were 100 percent accurate and 100 percent helpful in my treatment of the dental condition of Rabbi Moshe.”

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