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A flouride toothpaste experiment....

 
SpookyWatcher
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12/11/2012 01:46 PM
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A flouride toothpaste experiment....
So admittedly I am/was still using flouride toothpaste. I figured I could drastically limit my exposure to the dangers of flouride by rinsing extremely well after brushing.

So the experiment went like this.

After brushing I swished (with R.O. Water) multiple times to see how long it would take before the swished water came out looking like well...water.

It never did. So I thought..."ok it's still coming out frothy because of saliva. The flouride and toothpaste residue MUST be out by now".

So I waited till the next morning. After waking up and not brushing with toothpaste for over 10 hours (during sleep and night time). I got up and using the same water rinsed virgorously for thirty seconds. No foamyness to it. It Just looked like water...like I would expect.

So ok. The foamyness IS due to the toothpaste residue. I am determined to find out how much and how long it will take rinsing to get the residue out.

Long story short.... It took 17 swishes each being 30 seconds long before the water started coming out like it did first thing in the morning (ie..not being foamy)!!!

That is over 8 minutes of rinsing trying to get rid of the residue from 2 minutes of brushing.

Now how much had already been absorbed into the blood stream during that time. And how much would be absorbed / ingested all the times i just swished once or twice during my lifetime.

Food for thought!

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12/11/2012 01:49 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
It's much cheaper to use baking soda and more effective. If your gums are strong, add some hydrogen peroxide. Clean white teeth and no fluoride. Keep a bottle of purified water in the bathroom for use.
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12/11/2012 01:51 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
The foaminess is sodium laurel sulphate the stuff they use to degrease car engines"nasty stuff.
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12/11/2012 01:54 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
It's much cheaper to use baking soda and more effective. If your gums are strong, add some hydrogen peroxide. Clean white teeth and no fluoride. Keep a bottle of purified water in the bathroom for use.
 Quoting: PokerFace


Done!!

I'm not messing around with this shit anymore. And I remember brushing with baking soda as a kid.

Any dangers associated with hydrogen peroxide?

I know it will aid in keeping teeth white and sometimes can turn gums white for a short period of time...but is there anything bad about it getting into the blood stream?

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12/11/2012 01:58 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
The Blood-Barrier in our Mouth is soooo thin
and you absorb a lot of shite sublingual
but i dont think that this is a huge Problem,
the priorities for a healthy Life must be
somewhere else!

I am sure that you will find some scientific
Data about the amount you absorb!
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12/11/2012 01:59 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
I've read hydrogen peroxide destroys tissue and cells. Can't win.

Most sodium laurel sulfate is made from coconut oil,...I don't understand why it's so dangerous.

I've tried multiple times quitting using fluoride toothpaste and each time I ended up with a cavity. It makes me really angry.
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12/11/2012 02:06 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
It's much cheaper to use baking soda and more effective. If your gums are strong, add some hydrogen peroxide. Clean white teeth and no fluoride. Keep a bottle of purified water in the bathroom for use.
 Quoting: PokerFace


Done!!

I'm not messing around with this shit anymore. And I remember brushing with baking soda as a kid.

Any dangers associated with hydrogen peroxide?

I know it will aid in keeping teeth white and sometimes can turn gums white for a short period of time...but is there anything bad about it getting into the blood stream?

SpookyWatcher
 Quoting: SpookyWatcher 8786220


It can be a little irritating. You don't want to do it daily. Your gums will tell you if you your using too much. You really need to have strong gums though. I use a sonic toothbrush and really has done me well. < re: ho2o
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12/11/2012 02:16 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
Can't you get toothpaste without fluoride in the US? I use such a toohpaste for several years now without any problems.
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12/11/2012 02:18 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
Can't you get toothpaste without fluoride in the US? I use such a toohpaste for several years now without any problems.
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You can. That's what I use every time I end up with cavities. :(
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12/11/2012 02:21 PM

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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
You should never ever put anything in your mouth or on your skin! Everything is poison and will kill you!!
With freedom comes responsibility.

Heterosexual pride!

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12/11/2012 02:21 PM
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Re: A flouride toothpaste experiment....
Can't you get toothpaste without fluoride in the US? I use such a toohpaste for several years now without any problems.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29639980


Yes you can. I am just pointing out the potential negatives for hold outs like me who thought we could still use flouride toothpaste and skip the possible nasty stuff by rinsing well.

SpookyWatcher

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