In my last post, I explained to you two surgical tonsil stones removal methods. In case you haven’t read the last post, you can read it here:
Is it necessary to get surgery?
I personally don’t think it’s necessary because there are so many natural ways to get rid of tonsil stones (aka Tonsillolith or Tonsilloliths). I’ve been able to get rid of my own tonsil stones permanently, but it took me years to figure out the proper remedy.
Getting a tonsillectomy doesn’t guarantee that you won’t have a recurrence tonsil stones again. When I had tonsil stones, I did an exhaustive amount of research, and during that time I read cases on the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health website. I read several cases of patients that have had the surgery, yet still suffer from concretions in the tonsillar crypt, halitosis (bad breath), swallowing pain and slight dysphagia.
I remember read a case where one lady had the tonsillectomy when she was eight years old, yet at 47 years of age she was still suffering from concretions in the tonsillar crypt and bad breath. So unfortunately, surgery it’s not a sure deal.
Another potential drawback of having your tonsil stones removal via surgery is that removing your tonsil stones is believed to decrease your immune system. I don’t know about you, but that’s just plain scary. Your immune system is what protects you from viruses, bacteria, cancers, etc. With cancer so prevalent as it is in today’s society, no one can afford a weaker immune system.
This is just my feelings and my personal opinion. I mean I’m quite a health conscious person, I don’t smoke, eat junk food or do drugs. During my tonsil stone research, I’ve learned several very important immune system boosting supplements that I highly recommend, they are vitamin D (at least 1,000 IU a day), glutamine and eating an alkaline diet. All three of these will help boost your immune system and help you get rid of tonsil stones and bad breath.
Anyways, let get back to the topic of tonsil stones removal.
So it’s my opinion that the best tonsil stones removal method is a natural one.
I’ve written many articles on the subject tonsil stones removal. I suggest you have a read, and try these remedies yourself. They’ve worked for me and many other people, and will likely work for you.
Previous Articles on How to Naturally Eliminate Tonsil Stones & Bad Breath:
I sincerely hope you find these articles useful in treating your own tonsil stones.