Pulpitis

 

Discover A 100% Natural Pulpitis Remedy That Controls Inflammation And Provides Pain Relief

Our natural herbal remedy, based on pure ingredients, is 100% guaranteed effective – or your money back! 

What This Remedy Does

Cures Pulpitis effectively by treating its causes

Controls inflammation

Provides pain relief

Protects the body from infection

Has fluoride to reduce the risk of dental caries

Helps regulate calcium transport from the digestive system through the bloodstream to the teeth

 

100% Guaranteed to Work

We are so confident that you will be satisfied with our remedy that we offer a no questions asked money back guarantee. The only condition is that you must try the remedy for the period specified. If you are unsatisfied with the results achieved, just return the empty packaging for a complete refund including shipping/handling charges.

100% Natural

Natural remedies have been in use for many centuries if not thousands of years to control inflammation and provide pain relief. The ingredients in this herbal formulation are totally natural and derived from botanical sources based on traditional use that have also been studied clinically in more recent times.

How to Use

This remedy comes in an easy to administer capsule form. The dosage is two capsules once daily at a fixed time. One bottle contains 60 capsules and should last you a whole month.

Expected Results

While some variation in results is natural depending on various factors specific to each user, in general within 20 to 30 days of use this remedy will effectively display visible and vivid results. Best results are only achieved through consistent and disciplined use as directed. At a later stage, you may limit your dose to a maintenance level as part of a preventative program. It is important to realize that natural remedies work in a holistic manner rather than just temporarily suppressing symptoms and help improve overall well-being and prevent future recurrence.

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Ingredients

Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) 12 mg
Sodium ascorbate is a nonacidic and more bioavailable form of vitamin C, and as such is a good alternative supplement to ascorbic acid. It can thus provide the benefits of ascorbate, but without the sting. A mineral ascorbate, it is the sodium salt of ascorbic acid. Sodium ascorbate is used as an antioxidant and a regulator of acidity. Data from one study showed that sodium ascorbate selectively killed cancer cells but not normal cells, after administration of concentrations which can only be achieved by I.V. administration and under "conditions which reflect potential clinical use" (Chen Q, et al. "Pharmacologic ascorbic acid concentrations selectively kill cancer cells: Action as a pro-drug to deliver hydrogen peroxide to tissues." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2005 September 20;102(38):13604–9). It has been found significant in the prevention of human melanoma relapse as well (Kang JS, et al. "Sodium ascorbate (vitamin C) induces apoptosis in melanoma cells via the down-regulation of transferrin receptor dependent iron uptake." J Cell Physiol. 2005 Jul;204(1):192-7).

Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol) 600 IU
Cholecalciferol is a form of vitamin D and is also known as vitamin D3. Its structure is somewhat likened to those of steroids such as cholesterol, cortisol, or testosterone. Cholecalciferol has a number of forms: cholecalciferol or calciol, which is an unhydroxylated, inactive vitamin D3 form; calcifediol, also known as calcidiol or hydroxycholecalciferol; and calcitriol, which is D3's active form. Cholecalciferol has been considered as supplement for the treatment of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders which are caused by prenatal alcohol exposure (Idrus NM, Happer JP, and Thomas JD. "Cholecalciferol attenuates perseverative behavior associated with developmental alcohol exposure in rats in a dose-dependent manner." J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2012 Oct 23. pii: S0960-0760(12)00213-0. doi: 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2012.10.012. [Epub ahead of print]). Supplementation with vitamin D3 in elderly patients was deemed safe and resulted in enhanced lower limb muscle strength, even as there was no regular physical exercise involved (Moreira-Pfrimer LD, et al. "Treatment of vitamin D deficiency increases lower limb muscle strength in institutionalized older people independently of regular physical activity: a randomized double-blind controlled trial." Ann Nutr Metab. 2009;54(4):291-300. Epub 2009 Aug 31).  

Vitamin E (dl-alpha- 6 IU tocopheryl acetate)
Tocopherols are chemical compounds that have vitamin E activity. Our bodies utilize some forms of vitamin E better than others, however, and though vitamin E comes in 8 natural chemical forms, only alpha-tocopherol is able to meet human requirements. This, in turn, comes in 2 forms: d-alpha tocopherol, which includes supplements that are entirely from natural sources; and dl-alpha tocopherol -- its synthetic form. When "acetate" is appended at the end, this means alpha tocopherol is in its ester form (more resistant to oxidation). Vitamin E, in combination with vitamin C, beta carotene, and zinc was found to reduce the development of age-related macular degeneration (Age-Related Eye Disease Study Research Group. "A randomized, placebo-controlled, clinical trial of high-dose supplementation with vitamins C and E, beta carotene, and zinc for age-related macular degeneration and vision loss: AREDS report no. 8." Arch Ophthalmol. 2001 Oct;119(10):1417-36). One study showed that supplementation with vitamin E may reduce the risk of venous thromboembolism in women, and that subjects with a genetic predisposition or prior history may particularly benefit from its effects (Glynn RJ, et al. "Effects of random allocation to vitamin E supplementation on the occurrence of venous thromboembolism: report from the Women's Health Study." Circulation. 2007 Sep 25;116(13):1497-503. Epub 2007 Sep 10).

Vitamin B-1 (Thiamin HCl) 400 mcg
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine (alternative spelling: thiamin), is a water-soluble, sulfur-containing vitamin which is part of the B complex. We all need thiamine in our bodies, but it can only be synthesized in fungi, plants, and bacteria. It should be included in the animal's diet, and it is because of this that thiamin is considered an essential nutrient. Deficiencies in this vitamin may result in diseases such as beriberi (Bhattacharya S, "Beriberi, white rice, and vitamin B: a disease, a cause, and a cure." Med Hist. 2002 July;46(3):432–3), optic neuropathy, which should be suspected in patients with malnutrition risk factors (Chavala SH, et al. "Optic neuropathy in vitamin B12 deficiency." Eur J Intern Med. 2005 Oct;16(6):447-8), or Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (Cook CC and Thomson AD. "B-complex vitamins in the prophylaxis and treatment of Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome." Br J Hosp Med. 1997 May 7-20;57(9):461-5). If deficiencies are left untreated, results could be serious (Larner AJ. "Visual failure caused by vitamin B12 deficiency optic neuropathy." Int J Clin Pract. 2004 Oct;58(10):977-8) and sometimes could even be fatal.

Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) 400 mcg
Vitamin B2, or riboflavin, is a micronutrient that is easily absorbed and plays a major role in the maintenance of health in animals and humans. "Riboflavin" is named such due to the combination of "ribose" (because of the presence of ribitol in its structure) and "flavin", its ring moiety which lends the yellow coloration to its oxidized molecule. Riboflavin can come from a wide range of foods -- cheese, milk, leafy vegetables, almonds, mushrooms, yeast, and legumes. Vitamin B2 is important in the metabolism of energy and of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and ketone bodies. Deficiency in riboflavin results in a high risk of preeclampsia in pregnant women (Wacker J, et al. "Riboflavin deficiency and preeclampsia." Obstet Gynecol. 2000 Jul;96(1):38-44), affects the structural integrity of myelin lamellae, as shown in an experiment with rats (Norton WN, et al. "Effects of riboflavin deficiency on the ultrastructure of rat sciatic nerve fibers." Am J Pathol. 1976 December;85(3):651–60) and may also result in an enhanced loss of Fe (Powers HJ, et al. "Riboflavin deficiency in the rat: effects on iron utilization and loss." Br J Nutr. 1991 May;65(3):487-96).

Vitamin B-3 (Niacinamide) 4 mg
Vitamin B3, also called niacinamide, comes from niacin in the body. Niacin is converted to niacinamide when there are excess amounts of it. Both niacinamide and niacin are water-soluble and are well-absorbed when taken orally. Vitamin B3 is needed for the proper functioning of the sugars in our body and to keep our cells healthy. Niacinamide is a component of valuable enzymes that play roles in hydrogen transfer. Two codehydrogenases of niacinamide -- NAD and NADP -- are especially important. When niacinamide is applied topically, it provides "a stabilizing effect on epidermal barrier function", manifested in transepidermal water loss reduction and better moisture content in the horny layer of the skin (Gehring W. "Nicotinic acid/niacinamide and the skin." J Cosmet Dermatol. 2004 Apr;3(2):88-93). When a person is deficient in vitamin B3, the risk of pellagra rises, as shown in a study that investigated the incidence of this disease and its correlation to vitamin B3 deficiency in postwar Angola (Seal AJ, et al. "Low and deficient niacin status and pellagra are endemic in postwar Angola." Am J Clin Nutr. 2007 Jan;85(1):218-24).

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCl) 400 mcg
Vitamin B6 is the generic term for any of the compounds pyridoxine, pyridoxamine, and pyridoxal. Pyridoxine HCl is this vitamin's form that is most often found in nutritional supplements. Pyridoxine plays an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in the body. It promotes the production of red blood cells, decreases homocysteine formation and is thus essential to cardiovascular health, helps balance hormonal changes in women, aids in the balance of potassium and sodium in the body, and enhances the immune system. Deficiency in vitamin B6 may result in epileptic seizures in patients of pyridoxine-dependent epilepsy (Gospe SM Jr. "Pyridoxine-dependent seizures: new genetic and biochemical clues to help with diagnosis and treatment." Curr Opin Neurol. 2006 Apr;19(2):148-53). A type of anemia, sideroblastic anemia, has been found responsive to pyridoxine treatment (Kucerova J, et al. "New mutation in erythroid-specific delta-aminolevulinate synthase as the cause of X-linked sideroblastic anemia responsive to pyridoxine." Acta Haematol. 2011;125(4):193-7. Epub 2011 Jan 20). Insufficient amounts of vitamin B6 may also result in hyperhomocysteinemia (Yamamoto K, et al. "Folic Acid fortification ameliorates hyperhomocysteinemia caused by a vitamin b(6)-deficient diet supplemented with L-methionine." Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. 2012;76(10):1861-5. Epub 2012 Oct 7).

Folic Acid 400 mcg
Folic acid is a form of B9, a water-soluble vitamin. Other names it is known by are folate, folacin, or vitamin M. Folic acid is important for different bodily functions, such as DNA synthesis and repair. It also aids rapid cell growth such as during pregnancy and infancy. To prevent anemia, adults and children both require folic acid. But because humans have high body stores of folate, a complete lack of folate in the diet will result in deficiencies months later. A patient with severe anaemia during late pregnancy was administered B12 injections, blood transfusions, and folic acid, after which haemoglobin levels significantly improved (Akhtar M, and Hassan I. "Severe Anaemia during Late Pregnancy." Case Rep Obstet Gynecol. 2012;2012:485452. Epub 2012 Sep 4). Folic acid has also been seen to improve hemoglobin levels of children who have been dewormed and also given IFA (Iron-Folic Acid) weekly (Bhoite RM, and Iyer UM. "Effect of Deworming vs Iron-Folic Acid Supplementation Plus Deworming on Growth, Hemoglobin level, and Physical Work Capacity of Schoolchildren." Indian Pediatr. 2012 Aug 8;49(8):659-61).

Pantothenic Acid 2 mg (D-Calcium pantothenate)
Pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5, is commercially sold as D-pantothenic acid, calcium pantothenate, or dexpanthenol. It is found in food products such as milk, eggs, vegetables, cereal grains, meat, and legumes. Pantothenic acid is important so that our bodies could properly utilize lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins. It is also essential for the maintenance of healthy skin, as shown by one study on panthenol-based formulations which evaluated skin conditions in terms of transepidermal water loss and moisture (Camargo FB Jr, Gaspar LR, and Maia Campos PM. "Skin moisturizing effects of panthenol-based formulations." J Cosmet Sci. 2011 Jul-Aug;62(4):361-70). Furthermore, it was shown to support keratinocyte differentiation and proliferation (Kobayashi D, et al. "The effect of pantothenic acid deficiency on keratinocyte proliferation and the synthesis of keratinocyte growth factor and collagen in fibroblasts." J Pharmacol Sci. 2011;115(2):230-4. Epub 2011 Jan 18). A study using male rats demonstrated that pantothenic acid is a significant factor in sperm motility and testicular endocrinology in male rats (Yamamoto T, et al. "Effects of pantothenic acid on testicular function in male rats." J Vet Med Sci. 2009 Nov;71(11):1427-32).

Calcium (Calcium Carbonate) 5 mg
In the Earth's crust, calcium is the fifth most abundant element by mass. It is important for living organisms as a major material in the mineralization of teeth and bones, and is also significant in cell physiology where the calcium ion Ca2+ moves into and out of the cytoplasm, functioning as a signal for various cellular processes. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, this mineral has an important role in building denser and stronger bones early in life and "in keeping the bones strong and healthy later in life." Calcium, together with vitamin D3, has been found to prevent loss of bone mineral density in rheumatoid arthritis patients who have been treated with low-dose corticosteroids (Buckley LM, et al. "Calcium and vitamin D3 supplementation prevents bone loss in the spine secondary to low-dose corticosteroids in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial." Ann Intern Med. 1996 Dec 15;125(12):961-8). Diet supplementation with calcium is also a simple and effective treatment in premenstrual syndrome (PMS), resulting in a major reduction in overall luteal phase symptoms (Thys-Jacobs S, et al. "Calcium carbonate and the premenstrual syndrome: effects on premenstrual and menstrual symptoms. Premenstrual Syndrome Study Group. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1998 Aug;179(2):444-52).

Fiber Herbal Blend:
Fiber Herbal Blend is a powerful colon cleanser made up of various fiber-rich herbs. The main source of fiber in Fiber Herbal Blend is usually psyllium (Plantago spp.), which is not absorbed by the small intestine. Psyllium mucilage's mechanism of action is absorbing excess water while inducing normal bowel elimination. Elderly patients especially, who are unable to meet their dietary fiber goals, are advised to consider supplementation with psyllium (Hall M and Flinkman T. "Do fiber and psyllium fiber improve diabetic metabolism?" Consult Pharm. 2012 Jul;27(7):513-6). Other ingredients of Fiber Herbal Blend which work as laxatives are alfalfa (Medicago sativa), Cascara sagrada, licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), slippery elm bark (Ulmus rubra), and many others. Other ingredients, such as mullein and oatstraw, soothe stomach cramps that may accompany the spasmodic action. Ingredients like shavegrass and pumpkin seeds, on the other hand, helps expel parasites. Fiber-rich diets also help decrease the risk of obesity in children (Brauchla M, et al. "Sources of Dietary Fiber and the Association of Fiber Intake with Childhood Obesity Risk (in 2-18 Year Olds) and Diabetes Risk of Adolescents 12-18 Year Olds: NHANES 2003-2006." J Nutr Metab. 2012;2012:736258. Epub 2012 Aug 23).

Senna leaf
From the family Fabaceae, senna is a diverse genus of plants found in tropical regions with a few found in temperate areas. About 50 senna species are cultivated, and aside from their use as ornamental plants, some are also used in cooking and herbal medicine. For many years now, senna (particularly Cassia acutifolia Delile) has been used to replace phenolphthalein from all over-the-counter laxatives upon the direction of the FDA. It is now used as one of the treatments for constipation (Burgers R, et al. "The care of constipated children in primary care in different countries." Acta Paediatr. 2012 Jun;101(6):677-80. doi: 10.1111/j.1651-2227.2012.02632.x. Epub 2012 Feb 29). Studies have shown that senna is safe for use as a laxative when administered in appropriate dosages (Godding EW. "Laxatives and the special role of senna." Pharmacology. 1988;36 Suppl 1:230-6). Tea made from senna, or more specifically senna leaf tea, was found to stimulate large bowel motility and is marketed as a stimulant laxative used for weight reduction (Buhmann S, et al. "Assessment of Large Bowel Motility by Cine Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Two Different Prokinetic Agents: A Feasiblility Study." Invest Radiol. 2005 November; 40(11):689-94).

St. Johns Wort (whole plant)
St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), also known as Klamath weed, Tipton's weed, or chase-devil, is a yellow-flowering perennial herb with yellow-green leaves and extensive, creeping rhizomes. Named after St. John the Baptist for the time of its harvest around St. John's Day, June 24, this herb has been used for different purposes for about 2400 years now. St. John's wort has been shown as more effective than placebo for treating patients with depression (Linde K, Mulrow CD. "St John's wort for depression". Cochrane Review, latest version 09 Jul 1998. In: Cochrane Library. Oxford: Update Software). A study has also demonstrated that daily treatment with St. John's wort was statistically superior to placebo in improving physical and behavioral symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) (Canning S, Waterman M, Orsi N, Ayres J, Simpson N, Dye L. "The efficacy of Hypericum perforatum (St John's wort) for the treatment of premenstrual syndrome: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial". CNS Drugs 24 (3): 207–25. doi:10.2165/11530120-000000000-00000. PMID 20155996). Additionally, a synthetic version of hypericin -- a compound naturally found in St. John’s wort -- may be a promising treatment for patients with recurrent malignant brain tumors (Couldwell WT et al. "A phase 1/2 study of orally administered synthetic hypericin for treatment of recurrent malignant gliomas." Cancer. 2011 Nov 1;117(21):4905-15. doi: 10.1002/cncr.26123. Epub 2011 Mar 31).

Uva Ursi Leaf
Uva ursi leaves come from Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, a small woody shrub with evergreen leaves. Its fruit is a red berry and this plant's varieties are also called pinemat manzanita, kinnikinnick, black bearberry, and common bearberry. Uva ursi grows in the northern latitude, and in the south, thrive at high altitudes. It has small, shiny leaves that are stiff and thick. The plant contains arbutin which may be used as a mild diuretic and also has antimicrobial properties. This hydroquinone derivative is known to inhibit melanogenesis and is thus used in skin-whitening products and in the treatment of hyperpigmentation disorders (Matsuda H, et al. "Studies of cuticle drugs from natural sources. IV. Inhibitory effects of some Arctostaphylos plants on melanin biosynthesis." Biol Pharm Bull. 1996 Jan;19(1):153-6). A study shows that Uva ursa has anti-inflammatory properties (Lee HJ and Kim KW. "Anti-inflammatory effects of arbutin in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated BV2 microglial cells." Inflamm Res. 2012 Aug;61(8):817-25. Epub 2012 Apr 10). Arbutin in its extract also increases indomethacin's inhibitory action on picryl chloride (PC-CD), adjuvant-induced arthritis, and carrageenin-induced edema (Matsuda H, Tanaka T, and Kubo M. "[Pharmacological studies on leaf of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng. III. Combined effect of arbutin and indomethacin on immuno-inflammation]." Yakugaku Zasshi. 1991 Apr-May;111(4-5):253-8).

Inulin
Inulin is a starchy substance found in various herbs, vegetables, and fruits such as asparagus, bananas, onions, and wheat. Inulin is considered a fructan, a class of dietary fibers. As such, it is not absorbed in the stomach; instead, it moves to the bowels where it supports beneficial bacteria that improve bowel function. In processed foods, it is used as a substitute for flour, fat, and sugar. A combination of inulin-type fructans has been found to enhance bone mineralization and increase the absorption of calcium during pubertal growth, if taken daily (Abrams SA, et al. "A combination of prebiotic short- and long-chain inulin-type fructans enhances calcium absorption and bone mineralization in young adolescents." Am J Clin Nutr, 2005 August;82(2):471-6). In a study using rats, it has also been found to improve magnesium absorption (Coudray C, Demigne C, and Rayssiguier Y. "Effects of Dietary Fibers on Magnesium Absorption in Animals and Humans." J Nutr, 2003 January;133(1):1-4). Its bifidogenic effect has also been approved in many countries (Coussement PA. "Inulin and oligofructose: safe intakes and legal status." J Nutr. 1999 Jul;129(7 Suppl):1412S-7S).

Psyllium fiber
Psyllium, or ispaghula, is an annual herbs with opposite leaves, numerous flowers, and seeds that are enclosed in capsules which open when mature. It falls under the genus Plantago which is commercially valuable as a source of mucilage. Dietary psyllium is used as an ingredient in high-fiber breakfast cereals and other snacks. As it is not absorbed by the small intestine, psyllium mucilage acts mechanically by absorbing excess water and stimulating bowel elimination. And because it is called a "true dietary fiber", it alleviates the symptoms of both diarrhea and constipation (Wick JY. "Diverticular disease: eat your fiber!" Consult Pharm. 2012 Sep;27(9):613-8. doi: 10.4140/TCP.n.2012.613). Psyllium supplementation has also been recommended for elderly patients who are no longer able to meet their dietary fiber intake goals (Hall M and Flinkman T. "Do fiber and psyllium fiber improve diabetic metabolism?" Consult Pharm. 2012 Jul;27(7):513-6). A study demonstrated the gut-stimulatory effect of psyllium fiber, mediated by receptor activation, which likely complements its laxative effect (Mehmood MH, et al. "Pharmacological basis for the medicinal use of psyllium husk (Ispaghula) in constipation and diarrhea." Dig Dis Sci. 2011 May;56(5):1460-71. Epub 2010 Nov 17).

Thermogenic Blend:

Guarana seed extract (85 mg caffeine)
The guarana (Paullinia cupana) is an Amazonian bush from the family Sapindaceae. It is famous for its fruit which is approximately as small as a coffee bean and is also known for its stimulant properties. In a study using Wistar rats, supplementation with guarana was partially effective in preventing cadmium, a heavy metal said to increase free radicals, from damaging the testis of adult rats (Leite RP, et al. "Advantage of Guarana (Paullinia cupana Mart.) Supplementation on Cadmium-induced Damages in Testis of Adult Wistar Rats." Toxicol Pathol. 2012 Jun 1. [Epub ahead of print]). Guarana seed extract was also found to be a possible effective material for the therapy of allergic diseases (Jippo T, et al. "Inhibitory effects of guarana seed extract on passive cutaneous anaphylaxis and mast cell degranulation." Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. 2009 Sep;73(9):2110-2. Epub 2009 Sep 7). An in vitro assessment of guarana seed extracts also demonstrated its antibacterial potential against Streptococcus mutans, indicating that this could be used in bacterial dental plaque prevention (Yamaguti-Sasaki E, et al. "Antioxidant capacity and in vitro prevention of dental plaque formation by extracts and condensed tannins of Paullinia cupana." Molecules. 2007 Aug 20;12(8):1950-63). It is also a nontoxic, inexpensive, and effective alternative for short-term fatigue treatment in breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy (de Oliveira Campos MP, et al. "Guarana (Paullinia cupana) improves fatigue in breast cancer patients undergoing systemic chemotherapy).

Green Tea Leaf Extract (15 mg caffeine)
It is said that consumption of tea (Camellia sinensis), particularly green tea, is highly beneficial to overall health due to its high polyphenol, flavonoid, flavanol, catechin, and antioxidant content. Green tea leaf extract consumption brings with it a lower risk of diseases that cause functional disability such as osteoporosis, stroke, and cognitive impairment (Tomata Y, "Green tea consumption and the risk of incident functional disability in elderly Japanese: the Ohsaki Cohort 2006 Study." It can also fight cariogenic flora such as Streptococcus spp. and Lactobacilli (Ferrazzano GF, et al. "Antimicrobial properties of green tea extract against cariogenic microflora: an in vivo study." J Med Food. 2011 Sep;14(9):907-11. Epub 2011 May 25). To counter the erosive potential of soft drinks against dentine, a supplementation of green tea was administered, and a reduction of 15%-40% in surface loss was observed (Barbosa CS, Kato MT, and Buzalaf MA. "Effect of supplementation of soft drinks with green tea extract on their erosive potential against dentine." Aust Dent J. 2011 Sep;56(3):317-21. doi: 10.1111/j.1834-7819.2011.01338.x. Epub 2011 Jul 20).

Ginger Root
Ginger root is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale. It has been used for hundreds of years as a cooking ingredient or spice, as a delicacy, or as medicine. Ginger's major active ingredients are terpenes and an oleoresin (oily resin) known as ginger oil, which is said to contain many bioactive components responsible for exerting a range of remarkable physiological and pharmacological activities (Bode AM and Dong Z. "The amazing and mighty ginger." In: Benzie IFF, Wachtel-Galor S, eds. 2011. Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects. Ch.7, 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL). Ginger root extract has shown significant growth-inhibitory as well as death-inductory effects in a range of prostate cancer cells (Karna P, et al. "Benefits of whole ginger extract in prostate cancer." Br J Nutr. 2012 Feb;107(4):473-84. Epub 2011 Aug 18). Certain compounds in ginger have also been found useful as anti-inflammatory drugs in respiratory infections such as asthma (Podlogar JA and Verspohl EJ. "Antiinflammatory effects of ginger and some of its components in human bronchial epithelial (BEAS-2B) cells." Phytother Res. 2012 Mar;26(3):333-6. doi: 10.1002/ptr.3558. Epub 2011 Jun 23).

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Introduction

This is the medical term for swollen dental pulp. The condition has a number of causes and it is not a medical emergency. It is advisable for a person to seek medical advice if the inflammation is accompanied by discharge or if it persists for a long time.

Causes

Dental caries is one of the main causes of pulpitis. The caries penetrate enamel and reaches the pulp and causes the dental pulp to swell. The condition might also be as a result of trauma to the teeth due to dental procedures. Another cause of pulpitis is bacterial infection which causes the dental pulp to swell. Periodontitis is also believed to cause pulpitis in rare circumstances.

Diagnosis

Pain in the dental pulp and visible inflammation are used to diagnose the condition. A radiograph can be used to determine extent of the damage.

Symptoms

The symptom of pulpitis that is most telling is inflammation of the dental pulp. The condition might also be characterized by a sharp pain that occurs for a short time. The pain is mostly noticeable when a cold substance comes into contact with the swollen area. As soon as the stimulus is removed, the pain subsides. Pulpitis that is reversible is known to accompany dental caries and it disappears when the caries is treated.