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Alternatives to Dentists DVD

Marjory Wildcraft has assisted us in filming, producing and putting together a DVD of Doug’s famous Tooth care class.

With his extensive knowledge, understanding and experience in the wilderness, Alternatives to Dentists outlines how to care, clean and support your teeth. In addition, your enamel, overall mouth care and infections.

In this video, Doug Simons will teach you the herbs and simple techniques that are all natural, easy, and highly effective:

  •   How to truly clean your teeth
  •  How to make your own tooth powder

  •   How to prevent and heal cavities

  •    How to treat abscessed teeth

  •   How to reverse gum disease

  •  Information on root canals

  •   Fluoride, is it good or bad?

This DVD tutorial is to show you how you can take care of your teeth simply, naturally, and effectively. This DVD is based on the wisdom of herbalist and healer Doug Simons.

Doug developed the techniques while living primitively for the last several decades in the Gila Wilderness and other parts of the desert South West.

Don’t miss out on this valuable information for only $30.00

For ordering information for this DVD contact Doug at


Check out what Kathy, had to share after learning Doug’s approach:

“About 2 months after attending a weekend workshop with Doug Simons on herbal tooth care, a big chip broke off the back of one of my front teeth.  My immediate response was “Oh my God, I need to call the dentist,” but then I heard Doug’s wise voice in my mind say, “Don’t panic, you have time.”

I went out and harvested a prickly pear pad and made a poultice just as Doug explained and placed it between my lip and gum at the broken tooth.  I continued this for about 3 or 4 days.  I also started taking about 1 1/2 teaspoons of Doug’s amazing wild, vibrant green horsetail each night before going to bed.  It has been about 6 months now and just as Doug said it would, the enamel has completely grown over the broken area of the tooth and there has never been any sign of decay or pain.”