Today people are more preoccupied with oral hygiene than ever before. However, most of the people live lifestyle that actually prevents them from having healthy teeth. People do not have time to consume healthy foods so they consume beverages and foods that heavily strain their teeth. They also do not spend enough time to brush their teeth because they rush to get to work.
Many toothpastes that whiten the teeth are advertised by the dental companies. Unfortunately, if used often, these have been proven to damage the tooth enamel.
Irritation of soft tissues, gum damage and tooth sensitivity are other side effects. In the most cases, the side effects caused by these chemical products have been irreversible.
There are thousand reasons to switch from these chemical products to 100% natural teeth whiteners. Despite the presence of different chemicals that can damage your oral health, the natural whiteners provide more efficient clean for the teeth.
Today we will present you the recipe that will whiten your teeth and improve your oral health like never before.
- Peppermint oil
- 2 capsules or 0.5 – 1 tsp turmeric powder
- 2 tbsp coconut oil
You only have to mix all the ingredients together and the toothpaste is ready to use.
Due to its powerful microbacterial properties, turmeric is excellent for your teeth. It also helps oral infections, gum reddening and gum irritation. The best and most important thing about this ingredient is that it helps to decalcify the pineal gland.
Start washing your teeth with this mixture (as usual).
All the commercial toothpastes contain fluoride which can calcify the pineal gland. Apple cider vinegar, spirulina and turmeric are able to decalcify your pineal gland.
It is also recommended to use this natural toothpaste if you have sensitive teeth.
Do not put all those chemicals in your mouth, but whiten your teeth and improve your oral health with this homemade toothpaste.
Source: Foods and Healthy Life
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