Xylotene® is not just for sensitive teeth, but it is great at getting rid of the problem. It's not just for mouth ulcers, but dissolve a single spoonful on the ulcer, and the ulcer heats up immediately, and disappears within 12 hours. And it's not just for preventing loss of calcium, but it helps toughen your bones, and improve cartilage quality.
Q. What is Xylotene?
You may be surprised to know that Xylotene is a blend of pure xylose and xylitol, with no additives. These are natural sugars that are lacking in the modern diet, but are widely available in nature. Unfortunately our civilised life has virtually eliminated them from our diet. Unlike chimpanzees and other apes, we don't tend to chew the bark of trees - one of the richest sources of d-xylose. Nor do we eat a huge variety of leaves, flowers, roots, fungi and and berries, which would ensure a good supply of xylitol.
Just as getting the right balance of vitamins and minerals is important for good health, and each has properties that may affect something in particular, like mucous membranes, hair and nails, the nutrient sugars Xylose and Xylitol are specifically active in some particular ways. A lot of things may go wrong with our bodies when we lack these nutrient sugars, that would not go wrong otherwise.
For example, deficiencies in our modern diet cause tooth decay, mouth ulcers, and loss of bone density, especially in older age. That's why great apes in the wild suffer from these problems very rarely, but put them in captivity - their tooth enamel is not much thicker or harder than our own - and they end up getting tooth cavities, mouth ulcers, and bone and joint problems just like us.
Whilst both xylose and xylitol have their own interesting and beneficial properties, when you take both together in Xylotene it appears to greatly increase the bio-availability of both sugars. This is probably because they are rarely found in isolated form in the wild, so it is easier for our bodies to use the combination.
Xylotene, therefore, has a lot of benefits, but of particular interest is the way it works to help maintain oral health when you need fast support for your teeth or gums. People have called it 'Remarkable; Amazing; and 'The only thing that helped'.
Dealing with oral problems, Xylotene works in three complementary ways:
1. It clears out the bacteria that live in the mouth, without killing them. They just vacate the premises, attached to the Xylotene molecules, when you swallow. They are then harmlessly digested. With regular use, just clearing away these bacteria should eliminate virtually ALL the problems that these bacteria cause, from bad breath and dental plaque to tooth decay.
2. Both the major ingredients of Xylotene form complexes with calcium that appear to contribute to the remineralization of tooth enamel and minor tooth lesions. When you use Xylotene as a mouthwash it causes the calcium phosphate present in saliva to do its natural job of tooth remineralisation, covering exposed dentine with fresh enamel, getting rid of sensitive teeth problems in short order. In as little as an hour, you can begin to feel a major difference. Nothing else works this fast.
3. When you swallow the Xylotene, it goes to work in your body, helping to facilitate the absorption of calcium from your food, which again helps to contribute to strong healthy teeth. The more calcium available in your system, the more is in your saliva to be deposited for tooth remineralisation. This also works rapidly, and the saliva calcium content should begin to rise within an hour.
Incidentally, and highly connected to this process, Xylotene appears to be useful in combating osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Xylose is a an important glycocomponent of chondroitin sulfate, directly utilized in forming cartilage, and together with its ability to make more calcium available for the bones, it thus addresses the two major factors in arthritis-associated bone and cartilage problems, and may help to increase bone density with regular use.
As a food supplement for helping arthritis and osteoporosis, a level teaspoon of Xylotene can be taken 4 times a day. You can put it in a drink - it is sweeter than Sucrose, but has only 40% of the calorific effect. You can even use it to make jam. You may have to take it long-term, and it's not going to have a sudden dramatic effect most of the time, but with regular use it should prevent further deterioration. In a year, that can make a major difference to the quality of life for sufferers.
How to use: As a mouthwash, you can either take a level teaspoon dry, and allow it to dissolve in the mouth, or dissolve a level teaspoonful in a little warm water and use like a standard mouthwash - but instead of spitting out afterwards, you can swallow it, and the Xylotene will continue its beneficial work in your body.
Oral effects: Prevents bacterial adhesion, removing the cause of mouth ulcers, sensitive teeth, and gum disease.
Systemic effects: Allows the body to utilise natural calcium orotate to prevent demineralisation and improve cartilage and bone health. Then helps to maintain a healthy bone density.
Immune system effects: Regular use of Xylotene may stimulate the immune system. This may be of concern if you need to suppress your immune system.
Diabetics: Watch your blood-sugar levels.
Candida sufferers: Xylotene is thought to inhibit candida growth but encourage the growth of some wheat fungi. Therefore, if this is something that concerns you, best to avoid raw wheat grains whilst using the product.
Warning: Xylotene, like Chocolate, should never be given to dogs.
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