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substitute toothpaste ?

 
D.
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04/11/2008 04:34 AM
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substitute toothpaste ?
I'd like to know .. what do you use as substitute for toothpaste..

i got no clue whatso ever ? any one please?
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 04:44 AM
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Re: substitute toothpaste ?
baking soda
anonomous
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04/11/2008 04:45 AM
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put teaspoon salt on saucer..dip wet tooth brush into salt.get plenty of it on your toothbrush..now brush your teeth..baking soda works the same way..
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04/11/2008 04:45 AM
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False Teeth?
d. (OP)
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what is saucer ?????

:$ im from holland so :$:P


YEA salt also works perfect if you have shit on your hands that wonyt gett off :p
Geode nli
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04/11/2008 04:47 AM
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Baking soda mixed with 10% common table salt is an inexpensive and remarkably effective tooth paste. If you want to get fancy add some spearmint or peppermint extract to the mixture. Finish with a hydrogen peroxide gargle and swish around your mouth for 1 minute and you'll have a healthy mouth, and sparkling teeth without any of the poisonous flouride compounds and dehydrating ingredients that are in practically all commercial toothpastes. I'm a biochemist and nutritionist and have used this formula for years, same with clients who swear by it!!!
D. (OP)
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04/11/2008 04:51 AM
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saucer = schotel

i looked it up in dictionary thanks guys for the tip :D

im going to use it
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04/11/2008 05:08 AM
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dishsoap for false teeth
never use abrasives on dentures
fërú.

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04/11/2008 05:08 AM
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what the aztec use was ash of corn... and fiber brush like henequen
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Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 05:26 AM
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pepsi n cheetos
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04/11/2008 05:31 AM
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use Euthymol
FallenMatrix

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04/11/2008 05:32 AM
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baking soda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 282794


My Grandparents used to use Baking Soda and lemon juice. Made into a paste. But then again, they also cured athlete's foot by peeing on their feet!
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04/11/2008 06:52 AM
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pepsi n cheetos
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 413133


lmao omg!
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04/11/2008 06:55 AM
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But then again, they also cured athlete's foot by peeing on their feet!
 Quoting: FallenMatrix

I've heard that works, but it's not something I'm likely to try.
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04/11/2008 07:02 AM
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But then again, they also cured athlete's foot by peeing on their feet!

I've heard that works, but it's not something I'm likely to try.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 410867


Of course it works. It will cure lots of other things too.

You should get clued in on URINE THERAPY:

[link to www.amazon.com]

And stop being such a wimp.
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 08:28 AM
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sarakan
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04/11/2008 08:45 AM
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3% hydrogen peroxide....put a few drops of tea tree oil in your mouth will thank you
DanG
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04/11/2008 09:07 AM
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Baking soda mixed with 10% common table salt is an inexpensive and remarkably effective tooth paste. If you want to get fancy add some spearmint or peppermint extract to the mixture. Finish with a hydrogen peroxide gargle and swish around your mouth for 1 minute and you'll have a healthy mouth, and sparkling teeth without any of the poisonous flouride compounds and dehydrating ingredients that are in practically all commercial toothpastes. I'm a biochemist and nutritionist and have used this formula for years, same with clients who swear by it!!!
 Quoting: Geode nli 397067


groovy
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 09:09 AM
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The peroxide/baking soda shit works.

I swear my teeth whitened after just a week of using it.

I have read, however, that the reason for the teeth whitening using this mixture is that the baking soda is destroying the enamels. :'(
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04/11/2008 10:16 AM
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dont you have fluoride free toothpaste, sjeees, her in hollaand you can get paradontax dutch guy, its also good for your gums, i use it when i have wounds infected in my mouth as well
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04/11/2008 10:20 AM
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3% hydrogen peroxide....put a few drops of tea tree oil in your mouth will thank you
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 413224



This tea tree oil works wonders for nail fungus! Try it, it really does work!
HerbWise
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04/11/2008 10:40 AM
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[link to herbsonline.wordpress.com]

Excerpts:

Natural Tooth Brushing

"Since tooth brushing is the most basic process in oral care, it’s a good place to start your natural tooth and gum care program. Traditional peoples the world over use natural tooth brushes made from healing plants. These primitive twig “brushes” actually work quite well, and provide a natural-bristle, disposable brush with healing herbs already incorporated right in the plant. Children find them particularly fun.

Herbalist Lesley Tierra, L.Ac., in her excellent book The Herbs of Life (Crossing Press, 1992), suggests that “the twigs contain volatile oils which stimulate blood circulation, tannins that tighten and cleanse gum tissue and other materials, such as vitamin C, which maintain healthy gums. Bay, eucalyptus, oak, fir, and juniper all work well for this.” In Asia, people often use twigs of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica).

In The New Holistic Herbal (Element, 1983), noted British herbalist David Hoffmann suggests using the roots of marshmallow, licorice, alfalfa, or horseradish. (See “Head Popping Horseradish,” page 52 for more information.) Of course, most of us will brush with a more modern, nylon-bristle brush.

Herbal medicine abounds with great substitutes for store-bought toothpaste. Most effective natural tooth powders are warming, which promotes circulation in the gums; astringent, which tightens the gums; and detoxifying, which removes debris. Of course any preparation should also remove plaque.

A classic Ayurvedic combination contains two parts powdered potassium alum, an astringent, and one part powdered salt. Prickly ash bark is a classic toothpowder from North America, and myrrh gum is widely used in Middle Eastern herbalism. Tea tree oil (very dilute) stimulates circulation and kills germs, and Leslie Tierra recommends a macrobiotic preparation of the ash of the calyx of the eggplant, which she says will cure “any toothache, pyorrhea, and other mouth and gum disorders.”

"Probably the most outstanding herbal remedy for mouth sores is licorice root, a potent anti-inflammatory and tissue healer. Put a pinch of powder on the sore, or suck on a lozenge made from DGL (de-glycyrrhizinated licorice)."
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 11:20 AM
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But then again, they also cured athlete's foot by peeing on their feet!

I've heard that works, but it's not something I'm likely to try.


Of course it works. It will cure lots of other things too.

You should get clued in on URINE THERAPY:

[link to www.amazon.com]

And stop being such a wimp.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 384496



Urine Therapy tends to yellow the teeth.

angryface
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 11:31 AM
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Sand paper or nail file works great I've heard.
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 11:34 AM
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I use Tom's of Main toothpaste that I buy from the organic food store. No flouride baby!
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 11:38 AM
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Charcoal :) google it .................
Yahweh

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04/11/2008 11:43 AM
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If you don't have sugar or agricultural products in general in your diet (small chance of that probably), you don't really need toothpaste.

Some twigs can be chewed on and brushed with to give a toothpaste like effect. Alder is one of them. Other than that, we have what people has mentioned. It's not charcoal however, it's ashes that works. Because of it being alcaline.

Chewing spruce or pine pitch do also work to kill the bacteria, I don't recommend it though, since everything will taste like it for the rest of the day.
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Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 11:54 AM
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Last post intended to be humorous. No offense intended.
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Last post intended to be humorous. No offense intended.
Anonymous Coward
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04/11/2008 12:15 PM
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I know this sounds crazy, but it works great. Fresh, steaming cow shit. Go chase the cow down and then load as much as will fit on your toothbrush and brush away.

You can use whatever remains as a deodorant. Works great.

Dumbass.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 413345


It's more convenient to shove the toothbrush up the cows ass whenever you need a bright smile... why complicate matters.
fërú.

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04/11/2008 07:37 PM
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it took me some time to find something in english

[link to www.allayurveda.com]

If your teeth have stains, you can remove them by rubbing strawberries or putting three tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda with two tablespoons of salt. Also ashes of burnt bread, charcoal, burnt rosemary, honey, salt and eye-meal remove the stains on teeth.
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