Professor from University of Oregon warns of flouride's toxicity

Senate Bill 99 is up for debate as environmentalists question if the cavity fighting action of fluoride outweighs the potential affects on the habitats and ecosystem.

Read more thoughts from other Oregon scientists, fishers, sponsors of the bill in a recently released article. AND don’t forget that The Center for Natural Living will be educating the Central Texas region of the effects of fluoride this year in their 2013 philanthropy program. Learn how you can help provide a fluoride filter to an expecting mother in Texas.

 

DIY Fluoride Free Natural Toothpaste

I recently came across this recipe for homemade toothpaste.  Give it a try and tell us what you think!

Related: http://www.sovereignliving.tv/simple-home-toothachedental-caries-remedy/

Homemade Toothpaste

  • 2 Tbsp. coconut oil
  • 2 Tbps. baking soda
  • 2 Tbsp. calcium magnesium powder (optional)
  • 2 Tbps. xylitol or green stevia powder (optional)
  • 2 tsp. real sea salt (optional)
  • 5 -10 drops essential oil (I use peppermint) or several drops ouzo, sambuca, and such.
  • 5 – 10 drops trace minerals (Colloidal Silver)

Source: http://ybertaud9.wordpress.com/2012/04/17/diy-fluoride-free-natural-toothpaste/

 

Simple Home Toothache/Dental Caries Remedy

About a year ago I was experiencing some pain and swelling around a couple of molars on the lower right side of my mouth.  Not interested in going to the dentist and interested in exploring alternative remedies, I took to the internet and consulted a couple natural medicine gurus.  Combining what resources I had readily available and some advice I found consensus on through my research, I came up with a simple tooth “pack” formula.  After using it for just 4 days, I was pleasantly surprised to find that not only had the pain and swelling subsided, but still to this day the teeth seem to be healthier and less sensitive.

While a dentist never informed me that it was a cavity, based on prior dental caries, it is my belief that I was suffering from a serious cavity and infection.  Seeing as how many of my teeth are still not in the best of shape, I plan on visiting a dentist, affirming the presesnce of dental caries, and coming home and documenting my second experiment with home toothache remedies.

For now, here is my simple mixture:

– 2 parts bentonite clay

– 2 parts activated charcoal

– .50 parts xylitol (warning: do not let dogs get in to xylitol, it can be fatal!)

– Ionic or Colloidal Silver

Take the powder mixture and add enough colloidal or ionic silver to make the consistency a paste that can be applied to your teeth.

Apply the paste to your problem teeth (or all of your teeth) regularly throughout the day keeping it on for 20-30 minutes then rinsing it out (best not to swallow it) and re-applying.  This process can take place in the evenings only if you work during the day.  The more often however, the quicker and more effective.

The combo of clay and activated charcoal is meant to soak up toxins from your teeth and mouth and the xylitol helps to break up the bacteria in your mouth and teeth making it easier to be extracted by the clay and charcoal.  The silver of course is a wondrous disinfectant and anti-bacterial agent and brings together the mixture quite nicely.

I hope you appreciate the idea.  In the future I will be providing more research, documentation, and multimedia regarding the subject of home mouth health remedies.  Expect a video soon!

NOTE: Sovereign Living bloggers are not medical experts.  All information is intended to be education in nature.  Readers are advised to exercise personal responsibility in the administering of home dental care.