Thursday, October 15, 2015

The Best DIY Toothpaste To Reverse Cavities and Maintain An Optimal Oral Health

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This homemade Toothpaste is full of minerals and it helped me deal with cavities and keeping a fresh breath.
just give it a try, trust me...you will thank me for it.

Ingredients:


- 1/3 cup of Bentonite Clay (Click Here to buy)  because it's very effective when it come to draws toxins out of the body.

- 10 Drops of Peppermint Essential oil (Click Here to buy) – this gives the toothpaste a magnificent flavor plus it will help freshen your breath

- 1 Tbsp of coconut Oil (Click Here to buy): it's marvelous for oral wellness. It is highly useful when you need to get rid of bacteria/viruses in the mouth.

- 1/4 cup of boiling water

- 1/4 Tsp of Real Salt (Click Here to buy)

- 15 Drops of OnGuard Essential oil (Click Here to buy): it's full of antibiotic attributes that will eliminate cavities!

- 1/2 Tsp of REAL Stevia (Click Here to buy)

Instructions:


11 comments :

  1. How long does this tooth paste keep???

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  2. does it need to be stored in an airtight container?

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  3. To the blogger, please stop making dental posts. You know absolutely nothing and the people who are doing this are going to end up in worse shape by using these tips you are making up.

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  4. To the blogger, please stop making dental posts. You know absolutely nothing and the people who are doing this are going to end up in worse shape by using these tips you are making up.

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    1. Coconut oil is also good for the immune system. It strengthens the immune system because it contains antimicrobial lipids, lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid which have antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties.

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  5. My dentist, along with his partner, had a good chuckle about "reversing cavities". If you have a cavity, see a dentist...it will not "heal" with coconut oil. The oil MAY reduce bacteria, but it is certainly NOT an antiviral !

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  6. And, there's no fluoride protection with this recipe; which is recommended by the ADA.

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  8. To those above who felt it necessary to make negative comments....Thanks as I had a good chuckle from your comments as well. I have made my own toothpaste now for over one year. (not this recipe, but fairly similar.) Prior to that I was told I needed several thousand dollars of dental work and had gum disease. Notice I said prior...this is no longer the case.
    Do YOUR research....but don't judge what YOU don't know! Here's a hint: Coconut oil IS in fact antiviral in addition to several other benefits. Also, NO this does not include fluoride....THANK GOODNESS!

    The United States is one of the only nations that include fluoride in the water. 97% do not. Sodium fluoride anti-cavity supplements were never found safe or effective by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). They were never even tested.
    So why are these prescription drugs allowed despite no FDA approval? Because fluoride supplements were “grandfathered in” before the 1938 law was enacted requiring drug testing.

    So, products on the market before 1938 were presumed safe by the FDA who allowed grandfathered drugs to be sold without any testing. Once a drug is on the market for any reason, doctors can use them to treat any disease or condition.

    Sodium fluoride was on the market pre-1938, but not to stop cavities and not for any medical reason. Sodium fluoride sold as a rat poison.

    So, in effect, the FDA says – since sodium fluoride safely and effectively killed rats before 1938, the FDA considers it is safe to give to little children to prevent tooth decay...From a 1951 American Dental Association brochure:
    “There is no proof that commercial preparations such as tablets, dentifrices, mouthwashes or chewing gum containing fluorides are effective in preventing dental decay. Unfortunately such preparations are being offered to the public without adequate scientific evidence of their value.”

    As to the blogger: Good Job and thanks for sharing your knowledge!

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    1. What is your toothpaste recipe Love N. Kindness?

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