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Friday, March 01, 2013

White teeth without toothpaste


It's full of pores ready to absorb like a sponge

Activated Charcoal: The Secret To Naturally White Teeth

Activated charcoal – also called activated carbon – is made by processing charcoal with oxygen and either calcium chloride or zinc chloride. It was used medicinally by both Hippocrates and the ancient Egyptians, and it is still the poison remedy of choice in modern day emergency rooms. Why? Because it’s highly adsorptive, which in plain English means it attracts substances to its surface like a magnet. Like absorptive substances which work like a sponge, adsorptive materials bind with certain compounds and prevent our bodies from using them.
Fortunately for us, activated charcoal is a bit particular about what it locks onto. It’s not interested in calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, inorganic phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc and other compounds you probably want to hang onto (including your tooth enamel). It does, however, happen to like tannins – the compounds found in coffee, tea (even herbal tea), blueberries, wine and spices like cinnamon that stain our teeth. As a bonus, activated charcoal also balances the mouth’s pH and is even considered beneficial enough to be used in some tooth re-mineralization formulas.

How To Whiten Your Teeth With Activated Charcoal

There is no “right” way to whiten teeth with activated charcoal. Koreans put it in their toothpasteCrunchy Betty swishes with it, and some people simply brush it on straight. Personally, I prefer the following method:
  1. Open a capsule (about 1/8 teaspoon) and pour about half into a cup.
  2. Wet your toothbrush and dip it in the charcoal, then brush gently. Keep in mind that you are not trying to scrub your enamel, you are simply massaging the surface of your teeth with the activated charcoal so that it can attract tannins like a magnet.
  3. After brushing, hold it in your mouth for 2-3 minutes to allow it to continue to work.
  4. Spit and rinse thoroughly, then follow with a second brushing using your regular tooth powder/paste.  
  5. Now look in the mirror and smile. You may see a difference with the first application. If not, give it a few days to a week and I promise you will!
TAP - Re 4!!!  You expect people to keep fluoridating themselves, once they know it's highly toxic?  Don't use toothpastes with fluoride and detergents in them.  Come on Osiris!  What do we want?  The corpse with the whitest teeth....

Re:#4 – Good point Tap.
Here's just a sample of the toxic ingredients found in conventional toothpaste products:
• Sodium fluoride - Toxic by-product of aluminum and fertilizer chemical plants.
• Triclosan - An actual pesticide chemical, used in toothpaste to prevent spoilage.
• Sodium lauryl sulfate - A chemical sudsing agent with well known toxic side effects.
• Propylene glycol - An antifreeze chemical used to winterize RVs.
• DEA - A foaming agent that's linked to liver and kidney cancers.
• Chemical sweeteners like aspartame and saccharin.
The way to go to replace chemically laced toothpaste is with essential oils. There are propriety brands available and the results exceed those of toothpaste in treating a plethora of oral hygiene in the mouth.
Here’s some testimonials from a brand called OralMD as recommended by Mike Adams from Natural News.
http://www.oramd.co.uk/testimonials37.html
http://store.naturalnews.com/OraMD-The-Mouth-Doctor-_p_266.html.


2 comments:

Osiris said...

Re:#4 – Good point Tap.

Here's just a sample of the toxic ingredients found in conventional toothpaste products:

• Sodium fluoride - Toxic by-product of aluminum and fertilizer chemical plants.
• Triclosan - An actual pesticide chemical, used in toothpaste to prevent spoilage.
• Sodium lauryl sulfate - A chemical sudsing agent with well known toxic side effects.
• Propylene glycol - An antifreeze chemical used to winterize RVs.
• DEA - A foaming agent that's linked to liver and kidney cancers.
• Chemical sweeteners like aspartame and saccharin.

The way to go to replace chemically laced toothpaste is with essential oils. There are propriety brands available and the results exceed those of toothpaste in treating a plethora of oral hygiene in the mouth.
Here’s some testimonials from a brand called OralMD as recommended by Mike Adams from Natural News.

http://www.oramd.co.uk/testimonials37.html

http://store.naturalnews.com/OraMD-The-Mouth-Doctor-_p_266.html

Anonymous said...

Using Your Humidifier to Heal

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=yrqaGzkmgWk&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DyrqaGzkmgWk&gl=GB