Re-Grow Tooth Enamel

Black Walnut

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Posted by Alex (Spain) on 07/13/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Hi everyone,

I have started using Black Walnut Extract about 10 days ago to remineralize my tooth enamel and must say that I am very pleased with the results.

I just take the extract internally (no swishing in the mouth) and the small holes I have in my teeth have already begun to get filled. Plus, my teeth are not looking as yellow as they did before due to how thin the enamel layer used to be.

I bought an alcohol-free extract and take 2-3 dropperfuls a day straight out of the bottle, undiluted (no need to, as there is no alcohol). The taste is quite pleasant.

However, I think I will follow the instructions on the box and not take this supplement for longer than 3 weeks, because of the tannins contained in it. I will probably wait a couple of months and then repeat the treatment as necessary.


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Posted by Delphine (San Francisco, Ca, Usa) on 07/07/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Don't just swish the tincture, swallow it as well. As Jessica said above, it mainly works internally.


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Posted by Wongoblly (San Diego, Ca, Us) on 02/08/2012
5 out of 5 stars

Hi all, Yea it's working and I'm still using it probably for six more months or longer to re grow my teeth enamel. I read the above posts and thought I'd try it... Back story, from 1999 to 2000 my dentist had me use a bleaching kit at home. The directions said to bleach ONE hour a day but he said to use it EIGHT hours a day. After a year or two & several kits & bleaching a few times a year my teeth got darker and darker by the end of 2000. The white was almost completely gone. He said the teeth demineralized.. I've been taking BWO for about a month. In the first three days my teeth began to shine. Then areas starting to gradually fill in. I think at this rate and because of the damage done including some decay on some edges it's going to take 6 months or longer to complete.

My concern is the toxicity of BWO (juglans nigra). After searching on the web it seems BWO is toxic and should be taken on a limited basis but I'm not sure about that. Currently using a dropper full twice day a day. I'd probably go for 5 years if that's what it takes to re grow my enamel.

Does anyone know if I can take BWO for long periods (I'm over 60)?

Thank you.


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Posted by Heidinelson621 (Bend, Or, Usa) on 06/01/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I want to confirm that black walnut does indeed re-grow tooth enamel. My daughter, who has cerebral palsy, had several of her adult teeth come in with almost no enamel on them (due to large amounts of medications given to her at a young age). We have been worried sick about this and I was convinced that she would end up having some major dental work done.

About three weeks ago I remembered reading somewhere that black walnut can help with tooth enamel, so bought a bottle of "Black Walnut ~fresh green hulls" tincture and began giving her a dropperful in her morning tea and also a dropperful in her afternoon beverage whenever I remembered to. Last week while brushing her teeth I suddenly noticed that her teeth were very white with little discoloration! Others noticed it as well.

Today she had a checkup with a pediatric dentist and he proclaimed her to have excellent enamel and no cavities! I am thrilled with this outcome and want to let everyone know that this cure really works.


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Posted by Mohammed (Birmingham, U.K.) on 04/26/2008
5 out of 5 stars

black walnut juglans nigra can help re grow tooth enamel and also praying to god (the one who gave you life and teeth in the first place) can be beneficial.

EC: "Juglans nigra, commonly known as black walnut or American walnut, is a tree species native to eastern North America. It grows mostly alongside rivers, from southern Ontario, Canada west to southeast South Dakota, south to Georgia, northern Florida and southwest to central Texas." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_walnut'