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Most definitely try the black walnut hull tincture. Also, go to www.CureToothDecay.com
and maybe even buy the book. If the poor thing is only four, she's got a while before those teeth fall out, and that is sad for her to be in pain from them for two or three more years. The book will give you the whole protocol including eating fermented cod liver oil, high vitamin butter oil, fermented (preferably raw) dairy products, organ meats, seafood and more as well as what to avoid (fruit is also on that list).
Here is an excerpt from a good article by Ramiel Nagel, author of Cure Tooth Decay, where he elaborates on the needed foods. His own daughter had severe bottle rot at about the same age as yours, and by feeding her this way, the teeth have hardened over (they're still ugly) and will manage to stay in place until the permanent teeth are ready to come in:
Eating special foods with fat-soluble vitamins won’t cure tooth decay in themselves, but they are a part of the cure.
These special foods are as follows:
Raw grass-fed dairy including, milk, cheese, cream and butter.
Organs of sea animals including fish organs, fish heads, fish eggs, oysters, clams, mussels, and crab and lobster with the innards.
Organs of land animals, including liver, bone marrow, tongue, heart, kidneys, pancreas, adrenal glands, gonads and for the more adventurous, brain, eyes and stomach lining.
Dr. Price found that a characteristic of groups containing a high immunity to tooth decay is that they ate regularly from two of these three food categories.
Read the rest of the article here: http://nourishedmagazine.com.au/blog/ar ... t-canals-2