Toothaches

From Phil Bohlken (October 2022): Pain and sleep Message Body: I have been grounding nearly four years. A copper patch on my home crafted wire is pressed between my shoulder and the mattress when I sleep. Less than a week ago I had a tooth extraction. I was not aware of pain from it. But, something made me aware the area is still tender. I was awake during the night after less than four hours of sleep and not going back to sleep. I put the copper patch on my wire into my hand and put my hand and the copper patch against my cheek as near the extraction as practical. I fell back asleep and got more sleep than usual. Sometimes the wire needs to be attached near a likely source of pain, even if pain is not felt.

  • Anonimous: “I have been grounding for a number of years and do so daily. I was most impressed a few years ago when I had a molar in my lower jaw to go ballistic. Before I could get it extracted, I decided to apply an earthing patch to my jaw. Prior to applying the patch, I rated the pain in my jaw at an 8 out of 10. It was quite painful. Within 30 minutes of applying the earthing patch, I rated the pain at about a 2 out of 10. What relief and this was without taking any pain medication. Earthing is great for reducing inflammation.”

From George Obregon, San Jose, California:  “The other day, I was in terrible pain from a toothache. I immediately walked around the corner to a park, found damp soil underneath leaves and other brush.  I doffed my shoes and socks, planted my two feet flat on the surface of the damp soil.  Within 15-minutes, I was relieved of my terrible pain. It was so glorious to experience.”

· Anonimous:: “I used a patch on my cheek when I had a crazy painful toothache. Pain subsided about 90% in 2 days. Cancelled trip to dentist.”

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