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brushing your teeth


techniques
toothpaste and other options

whatever

Last edited by TheLivingShadow, 6/30/2011, 2:11 pm
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MMS


I've worked up some experience with brushing with MMS that i'd like to share.

I don't think using MMS like some kind of tooth paste works (well). This is my own protocol based on my own personal experience:

Put some [few teaspoons] apple cider vinegar in a glass and add about 7 drops of the 'MMS' [sodium chlorite; will become MMS in 3 minutes]. Brush your teeth then however you like, with or without some kind of tooth paste, then add a bit of water [not too much, just enough to get a mouth full] to the MMS and rinse.

If at all possible i try to do this every day, otherwise every other day.

Bad idea: swallowing the MMS; if you're not used to taking MMS swallowing the 7 drops will make you very sick [usual MMS overdose reaction; if you're not acquainted with MMS as 'medicine', this is basically harmless and has no side effects other than nausea], but even if you drink only a bit, the metalic taste is awful and lingers into the next morning.
Rinse well with the MMS and then rinse quickly with water to get the taste of MMS out of your mouth.

Brushing with MMS is probably not a great idea because it's acidic and might be breaking down enamal; who thinks it's a good idea to be brushing your teeth with an acid? Anyway, particularly if you have sensitive spots on the gums [and that's the perfect time to rinse with MMS], brushing with the MMS can be a bit painful.
I've been fiddling around with MMS brushing for years because of the above. In rinsing with MMS i've finally found a way to use it for daily dental care that is feasible; i don't have to wait for 3 minutes because i'll be brushing at least that long, and i don't have to worry about unpleasant brushing, but at the same time i'll be dealing with sensitive spots by rinsing with the MMS.

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Seasalt


I've been brushing my teeth with seasalt [not tablesalt] desolved in water. The solution consists of completely saturated salt. I get Atlantic seasalt which has been carefully dried so as many other minerals besides sodiumchloride aren't lost. NaCl normally makes up 70% of sea minerals and when dried forms a white crust of near 100% NaCl crystals; this is what's usually sold as tablesalt as it gives the salty taste. I buy Le Guerande seasalt which is made by carefully mixing the sea bitters [especially the magnesium makes the rest taste bitter, when the salty NaCl is scooped off] in with the crystalized NaCl.

Anyway, i disolve the seasalt in water until no more will disolve and actually brush with this instead of toothpaste. Cheaper and it disinfects while brushing. Perhaps because of its disinfectant properties i've been noticing an improvement of my gum health.

It's not a bad taste, just not something 'they' make money off of... It's also a good option for any post-2012 situations.

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rinsing with oil/coconut oil


One can do oil pulling, which is rinsing the mouth with any number of different kinds of natural [organic] oil, but i like to rinse with coconut oil after brushing my teeth. Coconut oil is considered a cureall by many cultures [mainly Micronesian, i believe] and disinfects and heals. Whatever you brush with, rinsing afterwards with coconut oil helps soothe, heal, and disinfect the gums that've been slightly abrazed by the brushing.

I consider it an easier and more pleasurable option to rinsing with MMS.

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homemade toothpaste


Your Own Toothpaste for Detoxification & Self-Dentistry
In this vid Daniel Vitalis makes his own toothpaste. The base is a zeolite paste. Then he adds in essential oils of
- rose
- peppermint
- clove
- oregano
- cinnamin
- seabuckthorn
- teatree
- thyme
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plaque: baking soda & apple cider vinegar


The following are all good options for brushing your teeth with:
- MMS / CDS
- colloidal silver
- saturated saltwater
- coconut oil
- baking soda

For removal of plaque first brush with baking soda, add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, rinse thoroughly, then brush again.
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