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Dr. Bob Dowling

Oral Pathology and the Connection to Cancer

Dr. Dowling is the founder of the North Carolina Institute of Technology. He estimates that 95% of people have oral pathology. What this means is the presence of a root canal, wisdom teeth that were improperly removed, or a tooth that has been improperly capped. Oral pathology can be suggested by a thermal image (which can find tumors in women’s breasts 10 years before a mammogram can). However, the prefatory step to actual dental extraction is to have a CAT-scan of one’s mouth. Is this a stride forward from the old dental X-ray technique? That depends upon who you ask. Standard X-rays offer more detail, but a CAT-scan is supposed to show “cavitations.” One gets a whole panorama of the mouth, top and bottom, in one large X-ray-like glance. According to Dr. Dowling, removal of the dead tooth (i.e., root canal tooth) from the jaw will put an end to the neurotoxins that fester here and that spread throughout the body. These are the cause of many degenerative diseases, e.g., cancer, Lou Gehrig’s disease, etc. This, together with Dr. Dowling’s proprietary enzyme liquid supplement and bio-ablation of any tumor(s), offers hope to those who would otherwise be slashed, burned, and poisoned by the traditional treatment.

(Read more from fromhttp://spyoptaelip.blogspot.com/2014/04/ecuador-dental.html)

Show Highlights:

-Thermal imaging: How does it work? Why doesn’t the medical system use it?

-The technology is much better in Ecuador.

-Dr. Dowling was the catalyst for Patrick getting his root canals taken out.

-Sr. Dowling had a tumor in his descending colon and some heart issues. After he had his root canals taken out, his problems ceased.

-Dr. Dowling tells us about several patients who recovered and were cancer free after using Dr. Dowling’s technology.

-Eggs have no effect on cholesterol levels; higher cholesterol is better; running between 200-250 is good; the brain needs it to function better.

-Dr. Dowling talks about how we’re an electric organism and how the EMFs are cutting our lives short.

-Cleaning the calcium out of the arteries.

-What does doctor Dowling think of bone grafts and tooth implants in general? What does doctor Dowling think of titanimu vs. zirconium implants?If the choice is between a bridge and an implant, what does Dr Dowling prefer?

-Would you rather die than have your teeth pulled? All root canals are bad so pulling a tooth is always the best thing to do.

-Why does the ADA still encourage root canals? It’s all about the money at this point.

-What is a cavitation and why is it bad?

-To find a Huggins approved dentist near you……click on the link below
https://www.hugginsappliedhealing.com/

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dr. bob dowling with root canal dangers and all oral issues connection with disease, jan 30, 2017



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'Dr. Bob Dowling – Would You Rather Die Than Have Your Bad Tooth Pulled? Are Root Canals Bad? You’d Better Believe It! – January 30, 2017' have 2 comments

  1. January 31, 2017 @ 1:08 pm Steve

    Creosote is the chemical preservative used on railroad ties. It is derived from coal tar (hmmm, aren’t many synthetic vitamins also made from coal tar!?). Here is more info from the EPA (https://www.epa.gov/ingredients-used-pesticide-products/overview-wood-preservative-chemicals-0):

    Creosote has been used since 1948 as a heavy duty wood preservative. Creosote is obtained from high temperature distillation of coal tar. Pesticide products containing creosote as the active ingredient are used to protect wood against termites, fungi, mites and other pests that can degrade or threaten the integrity of wood products.
    Currently, creosote is used for commercial purposes only; it has no registered residential uses. Creosote is a restricted use pesticide that can be used in outdoor settings such as in railroad ties and utility poles. Indoor applications of creosote are prohibited as well as application to wood intended for use in interiors or for use in contact with food, feed, or drinking water.

    Reply

    • January 31, 2017 @ 10:42 pm MaGooks

      If you want to see what creosote can do to a human body watch the scientific short video mr creasote.
      You tube

      Reply


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