Jail Dental Problems

How I Healed My Tooth Infection Without Antibiotics

Hi guys! It's Adelle with authentista .I hope this tutorial finds you well. If you're watching this, based on the title you mightnot be feeling so great but I wish you a speedy recovery. I have a quick question for youdo you know what this isé This my friends is a prescription for antibiotics that I wasgiven not too long ago. I was experiencing some radiating pains in my jaw. It was alsoaccompanied by some shooting feelings going through my head and my neck on one side. SoI ended up going and seeing a bunch of dental specialists one day to get some opinions.Basically what was going on in my mouth was that there was an infection likely underneathan old root canal. There's a lot of controversy

coming up now about root canals. Having adead essentially body part still remaining in your body is what that works out to. Itcan open your body up to bacteria which is what happened to me. There was nothing wrongwith the tooth, there was nothing wrong with the gum tissue um but there was somethinggoing on, some type of infection underneath. He pretty much told me that the only thinghe'd recommend was just for me to take antibiotics for a week and move on with my life. And Iwas just like no no antibiotics because I, I have been learning more and more about theeffects of pharmaceutical antibiotics on a person's system. Now there's no argument thatantibiotics have save some people's lives

and they are entirely necessary in some situations.But if we're using a systemic antibiotic to treat something that's going on in our jaw,we're going to be running into side effects, serious problems in health down the line.Now I'm not here to convince you whether you should or shouldn't use antibiotics for yourparticular situation, that's entirely up to you. I told him I would take the prescriptionhe gave me, think about it, but I was going to use natural methods to overcome my infection.And I did it in one day! So I basically used five things to get over my tooth infectionin one day: AHCC, ionic silver, olive leaf extract, candex and I also used probioticswhich I don't have out because those need

to be kept in the fridge. So the first one,AHCC. AHCC activates your own immune system to fight the formation of abnormal cells.I heard from a reliable source that this is actually something that they use to help fightthe anthrax concern that we had when we had that anthrax breakout, so I mean this stuffis no joke. It's now also being used to treat things like cancer, hepatitis, diabetes, cardiovasculardisease and there are many in vivo, human clincal trials you can find online about AHCCthat show the effectiveness. It's not cheap, it's about two dollars a pill. I took it onan empty stomach, first thing in the morning, in the middle of the day, again on an emptystomach so you kind of want to wait about

two hours after having eaten. I know that'slike a bit much but I like to be super certain. And then again I took it before bed. I tooktwo of them each time. Now the second thing that I took was this product I've got herecalled candex. Now basically what candex is, is it's an enzyme that eats through fungalwalls. i know it sounds really gross but let me explain for a second. We all have a naturallevel of candida and certain amounts of yeast in our body. They produce different b vitamins,they're part of our natural ecosystem. But if we're messing around with the bacteriain our body on any kind of level, the bacteria that normally keep the candida in check arewiped out and you risk having them start to

proliferate. That's why sometimes a lot ofpeople who take antibiotics they may experience gastrointestinal problems, yeast infections.So I took the candex with during the treatment just in case. So there's no harm in takingthis if you don't have that issue. All it does is digest certain types of cell walls.So if you were to take it and eat a salad, it would break down the salad, basically.Now I also took this on an empty stomach So I would take the first pill and then waitabout an hour and a half and then take the candex. I took this in the morning and theevening as well. Now this is definitely one of the stars of the show. This is ionic silver.Now silver is found in the soil, in plants

Mass Incarceration in the US

Good morning, John; it's Friday. A few weeks ago a company called Visuallyemailed me, and was like quot;Hey Hank. If you could do a highquality, animated tutorial onany issue in the world, what would you chooseéquot;. Now that was a hard choice, but I went withincarceration in America, because it is messed up. Now, crime is also messed up; bad things happento good people, and that's terrible, and something should be done about it. Well, we send peopleto prison to be punished, and to prevent them from doing bad things again, and to deterothers from breaking the law. Punishment,

corrections, and deterrence. Now we have this habit of thinking of prisonersas something very external to society; after all, there are literal walls between themand society: walls capped with razor wire and watched over by people with guns. Butmillions of prisoners are released each year today's prisoners are tomorrow's neighbors.So corrections should probably be the most important piece of the incarceration pie.Unfortunately, it is not. We are, however, really good at punishment.America has about 4% of the world's people and about 25% of the world's incarceratedpeople. We have the highest incarceration

rate in the world. Over the last 30 years,that number has skyrocketed, increasing over 400%. 41% of American juveniles and young adultshave been arrested by the time they turn 23. Children as young as 13 years old have beensentenced to die in prison, and our prisons violate international standards. Solitary confinement increases instabilityand violence in inmates, and is considered by international law to be torture, but inAmerica, it's not regulated by anyone except the prison officials; no judge, no jury. Arguablythe most devastating form of punishment we

enact in this country, and yet there is noappeals process. And you think it's hard to get a job in AmericaéWell, we make it intentionally more difficult to get a job once you have a conviction onyour record, not to mention just live your life. Convicts are ineligible for welfare,student loans, public housing, food stamps, and are often socially disconnected from communityand family support structures. So in addition to have high recidivism rates, they have veryhigh rates of homelessness and suicide. Somewhere along the way, we started to thinkthat being tough on crime meant being tough on criminals. But that's not the same thing.Punishment is only one piece of a much larger

crime reduction pie, and it's an expensiveone; with some institutions paying more than $100,000 per year per prisoner. Long prison sentences have helped to decreasecrime, but no more than 25% of the decrease that we've seen can be attributed to incarceration,and it costs far beyond just dollars: the cost is to people, to our country, to communities,to families, and to ourselves. The policy seems to be, if you've committed a felony,we just give up on you. These wars on crime, wars on drugs, they arewars on people; the smart political move is to appear tough on crime because crime isscary, so we increased minimum sentences,

we arrested more people, we sent more of themto prison. That's how we looked tough on crime, but the results are in: it's bad policy! It's cruel, it's shortsighted, and to continuethis policy of mass incarceration would be foolish. We're living inside of a massive$75 billion per year failed experiment. 2010 was the first year in nearly 40 years thatthe number of incarcerated individuals in America did not increase. Policy makers are beginning to realize themagnitude of this failure, but there is a long way to go.

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