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Celery Juice For Oral Health

Celery Juice is amazing! I am sure most of us have heard of some the benefits of celery juice.

Today I thought I would share some celery juice tips for oral health. These are straight from Anthony Williams new book “Celery Juice”.

Sore Throat: keep a sip of celery juice in your mouth for 30 seconds, letting it sit toward the back of the throat so it can kill the bacteria or virus creating the soreness. Try gargling, too, it you like.

Swollen Glands in Throat or Neck: you can keep the celery juice in the back of your mouth, toward the throat, for a full minute before swallowing to help drive it into your lymphatic system over time.

Tonsil Stones: Do a gentle gargle with celery juice before swallowing.

Canker Sore or Mouth Ulcer: try first drying off the sore or ulcer with a paper towel or tissue and then taking a sip of your celery juice that you hold in your mouth, making sure that it covers the sensitive spot, for 30 seconds or longer before swallowing.

Toothache/Tooth Abscess/Mouth Injury: let a sip of celery juice sit in your mouth for 30 to 60 seconds to help the sodium cluster salts enter the trouble spot and do their healing.

Tooth Pulled: you can leave a a sip of celery juice in your mouth for 15 to 30 seconds – don’t swish, though – and then swallow.

Cavity: Slowly sip the whole glass of celery juice, giving each one a gentle swish around the mouth. This is an exception to the guidance above about how many times to use these therapies per glass. In this case, do swish with every sip.

Receding Gums/Gum Disease: You can gently swish a sip of celery juice around in your mouth for one minute and then swallow.

Cold Sore/Fever Blister/Bacterial Infection: for any of these on the lip, you can let the celery juice touch it, using your finger to dab if needed and then keep a sip in your mouth for 30 to 60 seconds before swallowing.

Cracks in The Corners of Your Mouth: If you have cracks in the corners of your mouth, sip your celery juice slowly and let if find its way into those painful crevices – this can help them heal much more quickly. If you have chapped or cracked lips, you can also sip your celery juice in such a way that you let some coat your lips. In either case, you can also use your finger to dab your lips or corners of your mouth with the celery juice if that is easier.

I thought these were awesome suggestions. If you would like to learn more about celery juice and its benefits, you may find this link helpful: https://maggiesvitamins.blog/2018/07/30/celery-juice-is-the-bomb/

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