Gallstones in the liver and the gall bladder can be held responsible for most of the diseases of the mouth Gallstones in the liver and the gall bladder can be held responsible for most of the diseases of the mouth. The stones to interfere with digestion and adsorption of food, which in turn forces the waste products they meant for deletion to remain in the intestinal tract. Bacterial infection (thrush) and the viral infection (herpes) in the mouth arising only when garbage decomposes and becomes a source of toxicity in the body> The toxins trapped constantly irritate parts of the gastro-intestinal lining (which begins in the mouth and anus) until the inflammation or ulceration occurs. Damaged tissue cell invites more microbes at the scene of the injury to help clean up of cellular debris. This is a normal phenomenon, seen everywhere in nature, whenever there is something that must be factored.
Bacteria ever attach or infect something as clean and healthy life, as a fruit hanging from a tree. Only when the fruit becomes overripe and falls to Earth bacteria begin the job of cleaning. The bacteria begin to decompose your food or meat, the toxins are generated. These toxins can be recognized by their acidic nature and unpleasant odor. If they are generated in the body, it is natural that the symptoms of disease begin to show.
Thrush indicates the presence of large quantities of bacteria that have spread throughout the gastro-intestinal tract, including the area of the mouth. It manifests in the mucosal lining mouth because there is no longer quite resistant to keep his cell in good physical shape. Because the main part of the immune system is located in the mucosal lining of the gastro-intestinal tract, thrush indicates greater weakness in overall body immunity to the disease.
Herpes, which is considered a viral disease, is similar to thrush, except that, instead of bacteria attacking the outside of the cell, viral material attacking the Interior of the cell or nucleus. In both cases, the attackers target weak and unhealthy cells only, gallstones harbour many bacteria and viruses that escape the liver through the bile secreted and infect those body parts that have the least resistance to them.
Gallstones may lead to other problems in your mouth. Inhibit bile secretion, which in turn reduces appetite and secretion of saliva from the salivary glands in the mouth. Saliva if required to clean the mouth and keep its tissue soft and flexible. If there’s enough saliva, destructive bacteria begin to invade the oral cavity. This can lead to tooth decay and other tooth problems. But, once again, bacteria do not cause tooth decay; germs are attracted only those areas in the mouth that are already undernourished and toxic.
A bitter taste in the mouth is caused by bile that has regurgitated stomach and, from there, in the mouth. This condition accurs because of increased intestinal congestion. Instead of correctly moving down, parts of the intestinal contents are backed up and carry gas and other irritants in the upper regions of the gastro-intestinal tract. Bile in mouth dramatically alters the pH (acid-alkalinity) of saliva, which damages its property cleaning and makes the mouth susceptible to infection.
A mouth ulcerin lover lip indicates a concurrent inflammatory process in the large intestine. Repeated occurence of ulcers in one of the corners of the mouth to the presence of duodenal ulcers. Tongue ulcers, depending on their position, indicate, as the stomach, small intestine, Appendix, or large intestine.
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