March 14, 2012
Providing all natural, side-effect free relief from toothaches while also potentially able to replace anesthetic injections, a plant from the Amazon is beginning to be recognized for its positive attributes.
The plant, called acmella oleracea (above image), is just one more sound solution and alternative to risky pharmaceutical drugs pushed by western mainstream medical professionals.
The plant is so potent that it could
even replace anesthetic injections.
Years after her encounter with
acmella oleracea, Freedman supplied Cambridge with a list of
rainforest remedies, with acmella oleracea being added to the
bottom of the list as an afterthought.
In formal trials, the plant helped to relieve pain during the removal of teeth which were impacted.
Other informal tests done by a Peruvian dentist found that extract from acmella oleracea also helped to treat ulcers while also dampening pain caused by braces, tooth removal, gum disease, and dentures.
The release of a acmella oleracea
product, which is expected to hit the market within 2 years, will
enable consumers to choose yet another
alternative for pain relief
rather than indulging in
death-linked pharmaceutical painkillers.