Back Story:

A few days ago I was at Walgreens and while is was checking out the cashier asked me if I bleach. Well…my hair is black so I paused and said “I’m sorry?”
He replies, “I was just wondering if you bleached your teeth because they are so white.”
Needless to say the rest of the day every single person I saw got a flash of my pearly whites. 😂😂😂
I didn’t get into what I use to keep my teeth white and gums healthy, but I will tell you. One of my natural teeth whitening remedies is...
Activated Charcoal….😀
Here is how I use it.
1 capsule of activated charcoal
1 drop Frankincense (Can help prevent dental health issues like tooth decay, bad breath, cavities, or oral infections.)
1 drop melaleuca (Tea tree oil fights infectious microorganisms that destroy tissues in the mouth, cause plaque, receding gums and tartar deposits.
Enough water to make a runny paste
Q-tip.
Mix all ingredients and use the q-tip to dab onto your teeth and gums. Let sit for 1-2 minutes and then rinse mouth with warm water. Brush any remaining charcoal.
Try it out. Let me know how you like it.

2 comments on “Activated Charcoal for Oral Health”

  1. This is the second time I have came across . At first, the photo makes me think of the people that live in Papua New Guinea, and they chew betel nut, except this will have the opposite effect. I am really intrigued by this. I currently brush with a , , peppermint oil mix. I love that it makes my mouth feel so clean, more than toothpaste ever did. Do you have to hold that beautiful grin you have in the photo for 1-2 minutes? That almost seems more tough than oil pulling.

    • Jessie, so glad I don’t have to hold that smile. That brings back pageant memories and that it quite painful. :/ Interesting info about New Guinea, I’ve never heard of that.

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