Each tooth is connected to an acupuncture meridian, which means that the teeth reflect the condition of the organs they are connected with.
Therefore, when there is an infection on your tooth, or you feel toothache, it means that the organ connected with it is unhealthy as well.
The same thing goes vice versa, if some organ isn’t functioning properly, the tooth linked to it will start to ache or will become infected.
The root canals can contain toxins which can harm the health and affect different organs. That is the reason why you should know which organ corresponds to which tooth.
There are 12 meridians, and all 32 teeth are represented on those meridians.
The First and Second Incisor (Upper and Lower)
The first and second incisor are linked with prostatitis, tonsillitis, hip joint disability, and osteochondrosis. If you feel a constant and dull pain in the canine teeth, you might have cholecystitis or hepatitis.
The 4th and 5th Teeth Root
If the root of these teeth is aching you might have an allergic reaction (respiratory allergy, asthma, and rhinosinusitis), pneumonia, dysbacteriosis, or colitis.
The 4th Teeth (Top and Bottom)
If you feel pain in the fourth teeth you might have issues with the joints on the knee, elbow, shoulder, beam-ring, or an inflammatory process and colon disease.
The 6th and 7th Teeth
This type of pain can indicate anaemia, gastritis, pancreatitis, duodenal and gastric ulcer.
The 6th Upper Tooth
If you feel any type of discomfort in the sixth upper tooth you might have inflammation in the ovaries or spleen, sinusitis tonsillitis, tumour in the thyroid gland, or pharynx disease.
The 6th Lower Tooth
When you feel pain in this tooth you might have issues with your arteries or you have atherosclerosis.
The 7th Lower Teeth
These teeth indicate vein and lung problems, as well as colon polyps.
The Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth indicate that you might have heart disease.
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