Grube first gained prominence through her work with the late Dr. Hal Huggins in 1992. The two then pioneered the so-called Huggins-Grube protocol, defined as "an integrative system that incorporates multiple safety factors to enhance people to regain their health by treating their teeth correctly, including the removal of root canals."
When a dentist does a root canal, the main bundle of nerves in the middle of the tooth are removed. However, the billions of lateral canals that are still filled with nerve tissue end up becoming the breeding ground of harmful bacteria.
"You have tons of bacteria living in the lateral canals of the tooth. As the tooth stays in the mouth, the bacteria eat up all the soft tissue, then the bacteria wait for food to come to them via the patient's diet," she explained.
"They eat the food that comes to them via the patient's diet. And then they piss and poop, which build up and seep out of the tooth and make the patient sick." (Related: Root canals, infected teeth linked to chronic health problems.)
Grube cited a study done by Dr. Weston Price.
Price took a root canal tooth of a patient who died of a heart attack, ground up its parts and put it inside a rabbit's ear. The rabbit died of congestive heart failure within 24 hours.
The experiment was repeated with 200 rabbits and teeth from other patients who underwent a root canal, with the same results.
Price discovered that there were bacteria inside of a root canal tube that could not be washed away, addressed by antibiotics and sterilized. Researchers during Price's time also found that these root canal bacteria and the toxins they produce could enter the bloodstream and travel to any point in the body, generating disease to whichever tissue or organ they reach.
The American Dental Association still insists to this day that Price's and other researchers were incorrect, yet they have no study to back this claim.
Grube also recounted how she sent 38 root canal teeth to Dr. Boyd Haley, a chemist at the University of Kentucky. Two weeks after she sent the teeth, Haley informed her that all of them were toxic. Haley added that the teeth needed to be diluted three times, discovering that the root canal destroyed all five of the most important enzymes needed for day-to-day functioning.
More dentists who sent samples of crevicular fluid – the liquid that comes out between a root canal tooth and the gums – also reflected toxic test results. "There is no such thing as a non-toxic root canal," Haley ultimately told Grube.
The biological dentist herself shared to Hotze that she benefited from having root canals and mercury fillings removed. During her time with Huggins, he conducted blood tests on Grube and found that she had leukemia, based on the amount of metaplastic cells in her blood.
Grube got 18 mercury fillings and five root canal teeth removed after that instance.
"My brain fog disappeared overnight, and I didn't know I had it until it disappeared," she told the Brighteon.TV host. "And [my] leukemia disappeared three weeks later."
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