How To Whiten Your Teeth – Completely Natural!

How to whiten your teeth - completely natural!

Oral hygiene is of course primarily related to what you eat, so be careful not to consume too much sugar and acid. But in fact, commercial dental products can also damage your oral hygiene, so it may be a good idea to replace them with natural recipes. How to whiten your teeth, read more in this article.

You may not be aware of it, but the toothpaste and mouthwashes sold in stores are not 100% good for your oral hygiene. They contain chemicals that damage the protective enamel on your  teeth.

You’ve probably read that commercial toothpastes promise to whiten teeth and remove plaque, which is true, but not particularly healthy. You are going to pay a high price for your white teeth (and here we are not just talking about the price you pay in the store). Do you want to learn how to make your own mouthwash that both whitens your teeth  and protects the enamel of your teeth? So read on here.

What is remineralization?

To better explain this term, we need to go back to its origins: Weston A. Price, who traveled the world in the 1930s in search of primitive tribes whose teeth were free of cavities and degenerative diseases. Price found what he was looking for and discovered what the strains that had the best dental hygiene had in common.

Price found the answer in fat-soluble vitamins. In each of the 14 cultures he studied, which were scattered throughout the world and had never met or heard of each other, he found an almost identical dietary intake: seafood, raw milk, and cheese.

Price later found out that these foods have a higher content of fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and especially vitamin K2. These are especially important for the storage of minerals in the teeth (mineralization). Vitamin K2 plays a very important role in telling the body where it should store the various minerals (in teeth and bones) and where they should not be stored (in the arteries).

Woman brushing teeth

Why do today’s dentists believe that remineralization is not possible? There are many different opinions on this topic, which may be due to the influence of the toothpaste industry and the commercialization of oral hygiene products.

In our society today, fats are traditionally found in butter, sausages, bacon, seafood, etc. So if you want to maintain a healthy weight, you need to eat healthy. If you want strong, healthy teeth that are rich in minerals, you should reduce the use of commercial toothpaste and mouthwash and choose to use natural or homemade recipes instead.

A natural mouthwash that remineralizes, strengthens and at the same time whitens your teeth

Even if you are buying a natural mouthwash, you should check the ingredient list as it most likely contains glycerin. Your goal is to make a smooth and homogeneous liquid, but if you make it too strong, it can actually prevent the remineralization process.

As Dr. Ramiel Nagel describes in his book, it can take as little as 30 days to remove the natural enamel of the teeth completely. It all depends on your diet (and what type of fat you consume), stress level, sleep, metabolism and your overall health. It is important to make changes in your diet and your daily routines to reduce the wear and tear of the enamel.

Do you want strong teeth? Get inspired by nature. Did you know that animals that live on raw meat have perfect teeth without holes? And that our carnivorous pets can get cavities in their teeth if we give them processed food? The same thing happens to humans. We need our natural diet. We are omnivorous, so we need to consume a wide variety of different foods that are rich in nutrients from both plants and animals.

Nature has given us the most effective homemade mouthwash to keep our enamel intact and our teeth free of cavities. Therefore, it is important to have a diet that is rich in calcium, phosphorus and soluble vitamins while avoiding processed foods.

How to make your own bleaching rinse aid

Ingredients:

  • Two teaspoons of calcium carbonate in powder form
  • A teaspoon of xylitol crystals
  • 10 drops of concentrated liquid trace minerals
  • 10 drops of essential pepper myth oil
  • 5 drops of essential lemon oil
  • 500 ml of filtered water

Mix calcium carbonate powder and xylitol in a large bowl. Add the liquid minerals and essential oils. Add water and stir. Pour the mixture into a bottle or glass jar. Close the lid tightly and shake the ingredients well for 30-60 seconds until the xylitol has dissolved. Shake well each time before use. You can store the mouthwash in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Woman brushing teeth
  • Calcium carbonate powder: To remineralize the teeth.
  • Xylitol crystals: To protect teeth and gums.
  • Concentrated liquid trace minerals: To remineralize the teeth.
  • Essential pepper myth oil: For taste and fresh breath
  • Lemon essential oil: For whiter, shinier teeth

Look for it in homemade mouthwashes

  1. It should contain mint. Some people use other essential oils, such as eucalyptus, which can also be a good alternative. Fresh breath is very important.
  2. There must be something sweet. This does not mean that the mouthwash should be full of sugar (it would just create even more holes), but it should be sweet enough for it to taste good.
  3. It needs to remineralize. Saliva cleanses our teeth and gives them the minerals they lose when we eat, drink, smoke cigarettes, etc. So a good mouthwash should contain minerals that can help saliva do its job.
  4. It should be bleaching. You want a shiny white smile but without the use of chemical bleach!
  5. It should protect against holes. You need to clean your teeth and cheek teeth of any food debris that may get stuck in them.
  6. It should be natural. This means we have to do it at home. Use the recipe we have described above and get better results than the ones you get from the toothpastes and mouthwashes that you can buy in the stores.

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