Candida-G Helps Sandy’s Jawbone Heal
Update on Bonnie’s Daughter, Sandra Petry:
July 31, 2006: Sandy, who has had 25 oral surgeries during the last five years due to Dental Osteomyelitis (infected and dead bone marrow in the jawbone), had oral surgery in two areas of her mouth in Tijuana, Mexico (according to Sandy’s July 14, 2006 Cavitat Examination, which is an ultrasound examination of the jawbone, these two oral surgeries should be the last oral surgeries she will need). When Dr. Villafana cleaned the dead and infected bone from the cavitation at her upper right wisdom tooth site he became very upset and exclaimed several times, “We’ve lost the floor of the sinus.” He asked me to take pictures of the surgical site, which I did (posted on www.sandrastory.com). When the doctor completed the surgery I asked what losing the floor of the sinus meant. He said Sandy must be very careful not to get a sinus infection, as her jawbone is now exposed to the sinus. He said she must be careful that more dead bone isn’t created in her jawbone by an infection in her sinuses. I asked what he recommended to prevent a sinus infection and he recommended using salt water as a nose spray. When we mentioned using colloidal silver as a nose spray he said that was okay, too. I asked if the floor of the sinus will grow back and he said, “No.”
August 1, 2006: Overnight Sandy’s face became swollen like a squirrel with nuts in both cheeks. This was because she had two extensive oral surgeries: the first was on her left lower jawbone where Dr. Villafana removed three cavitations beginning at the wisdom tooth site, and the second was on her upper right jawbone where Dr. Villafana removed a cavitation at the wisdom tooth site and had to remove the floor (bone) of the sinus as well, as it too had become infected and died. Sandy used Lugol’s Iodine (six drops in ¼ ounce of distilled water) as a rinse immediately after the surgery and every few hours afterward, which she has done after every oral surgery she has had since 2001 (Dr. Clark recommends to use this solution of Lugol’s Iodine as a rinse after oral surgery in her book, The Cure For All Cancers). Sandy also sprayed salt water up her nose as spraying colloidal silver up her nose caused her to feel nauseous. Sandy is taking Denali Green drops daily to assist her body in healing her jawbone and gums. She also takes enzymes, vitamins, Water Oz minerals, fish oil capsules, Flora-G Plus capsules and, as of August 14th, when Sandy was introduced to them, Candida-G capsules.
August 4, 2006: Sandy had her stitches removed by our family dentist in Walnut Creek and he remarked that her body was doing a great job of healing as her mouth looked like her surgery had been eight days ago, not just four days ago.
August 7, 2006: Sandy had her dentures adjusted by Dr. Villafana in Tijuana, Mexico, as her mouth was sore from her dentures not fitting properly due the surgery. The adjustment was made and Sandy was very happy that she could again eat without pain.
August 14, 2006: Sandy felt she was developing a sinus infection. We were introduced to a new product, Candida-G, a probiotic that identifies bad bacteria for the immune system, which immediately destroys it. Candida-G capsules can be made into a solution to spray up the nose. As soon as Sandy tried it she knew it was working. She also sprayed it in her mouth, where new sore spots had developed due to her jawbone changing shape as it healed, which made her dentures not fit as well as they should. The new spray immediately stopped the pain in her mouth.
September 11, 2006: Sandy’s mouth is healing, which is evident from the way her dentures fit (or, in her case, do not fit). She has had her dentures adjusted three times since her surgery on July 31st and plans to have a liner put in her dentures in a few months.
September 18, 2006: Although Sandy takes a coffee enema followed by an implant of Candida-G and Flora-G Plus everyday, she began having daily colonics at home, too.
September 21, 2006: Sandy found a place called New Leaf in Lafayette, Calif. (the town just west of Walnut Creek) where she is getting help to stay off prescription pain pills and anti-anxiety pills. Since her oral surgery on July 31st she has been caught between wanting to go back on pain pills and anti-anxiety pills (because her breasts have been painful and swollen) and wanting to never take them again.
I don’t understand exactly how everything works with drugs, but the doctor at New Leaf is the first one who has helped us understand why, when Sandy stops taking pain and anti-anxiety pills, the swelling and pain in her breasts becomes so excruciatingly painful.
It turns out that the drug she had been taking for anxiety, the opiate clonazepam, and had stopped taking on her own (with the help of Denali Green), is/was the problem.
The doctor, Dr. Eisenburg (we call her “Dr. E”), is an internal medicine physician who uses a new pharmacological innovation called Suboxone (Buprenorphine), which allows patients to detox on an outpatient basis. Suboxone, which is also an opiate, but one that is easier to taper off of, is prescribed to reduce the symptoms of opiate dependence.
Approved by the FDA in 2000, Suboxone is one of the first addiction-fighting drugs that can be prescribed and administered from a doctor’s office.
Dr. E says it will take over six months to get rid of the effect clonazepam has on the body (it will take that long for the condition of Sandy’s pain receptor sites — she now has thousands more than normal — to return to normal). Dr. E explained that the extra pain receptor sites Sandy developed while taking clonazepam will gradually go away and she will soon have a normal amount of pain receptor sites and won’t feel pain so acutely.
Dr. E gave Sandy a prescription for the Suboxone tablets, which dissolve under the tongue, and she began taking them.
Sandy will be monitored regularly, and she will need to take Suboxone for several months. The drug cleanses the blood of the painkillers, and helps the patient through withdrawal without much discomfort. Suboxone will not cause Sandy’s pain receptor sites to multiply.
As part of the Suboxone program, Sandy is required to undergo weekly psychological counseling and group therapy, which she is looking forward to doing.
September 28, 2006: At her second appointment at New Leaf, Dr. E asked if she could take my blood pressure. I was surprised and asked her why. She explained that she could tell how the patient is doing by how the “caretaker” is doing. Sandy was only on the program one week, but I felt confident that I would have good blood pressure because I was feeling good that Sandy had found New Leaf and Dr. E. So, I wasn’t surprised that my blood pressure was 130/70 and the doctor said I was doing fine. (At home my blood pressure is 120/70.)
October 20, 2006: Sandy’s breasts are so much less swollen and painful that she is working around the house and getting all kinds of things done.
October 25, 2006: Sandy had a culture done of the mucus in her nose and it came back negative to bacteria of any kind (no sinus infection!). She believes the Candida-G is saving her life. She sprays the Candida-G solution up her nose twice a day and is gargling with it twice a day as well. (Note: Sandy noticed right away that the spray doesn’t work nearly as well the third day. This is because as soon as the water mixes with the L. sporogenes it is activated and it dies in a couple of days.) Sandy is swallowing both Flora-G Plus (8 capsules a day) and Candida-G (three capsules a day). She also puts the contents of the Candida-G capsules in an implant that she takes after her coffee enemas and colonics.
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