Why add SEA CALCIUM?
Derived from Lithothamnium, a hard, brittle red algae that grows in the pure, mineral-rich waters off the southwestern coast of Ireland.
Sea Calcium is a plant-sourced calcium along with up to 70 other minerals, including magnesium, boron, copper and zinc.
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1 TBS NSP's Sea Calcium
1/4 tsp Xylitol
1/4 tsp White Oak Bark
15 drops Nature's Fresh (or Silver Shield)
6 drops liquid Black Walnut Ext.
6 drops of Peppermint Oil
Why add XYLITOL?
looks and tastes like table sugar, but it’s a natural, low-calorie, low-carb substitute.
Xylitol does not promote tooth decay as it helps prevent bacteria from adhering to teeth.
It is safe for use by diabetics, children and pregnant women.
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Why add WHITE OAK BARK?
This bark has bitter and astringent qualities and may have an astringent effect on tissues, which has thought to tighten gums around the teeth. Some have used this herb for gingivitis.
Taste might need more xylitol to mas bitterness.
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Why add BLACK WALNUT?
It is believed to support the immune system in its battle against infection,soothes irritated tissues, tones gums, whitens teeth and build enamel.
Some report reversal of cold sensitivity possibly because of the support of enamel.
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Why add PEPPERMINT OIL?
This popular flavoring has a variety of uses in herbology and tooth paste as well. In part because of the deodorizing effect of this aromatic herb.
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Mix dry ingredients and then add each liquid ingredient. Put in Glass Baby jar or other glass container.
Make a single batch at a time because you will be dipping your tooth brush in the mixture.
Why add NATURE'S FRESH?
Not only does this mixture facilitate in healing via enzymes it contains, it also is used to deodorize.
Helps dissolves plaque.
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