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Subject Remineralize and whiten teeth Mouthwash Recipe
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Original Message How to Make Homemade Mouthwash that Whitens and Remineralizes

Ingredients:

-2 teaspoons calcium carbonate powder
-1 teaspoon xylitol crystals
-10 drops concentrated trace minerals liquid
-10 drops peppermint essential oil
-5 drops lemon essential oil
-5 drops spearmint essential oil
-2 cups of filtered water
Directions:

1. In a large glass mixing cup, stir together the calcium powder and xylitol crystals.
2. Add liquid minerals and essential oils.
3. Add water and stir.
4. Pour mixture into a glass bottle (I reused an old apple cider vinegar bottle).
5. Close the lid tightly and shake ingredients together for about 30-60 seconds so the xylitol dissolves.
6. Shake well before using.
7. Store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Why These Ingredients?

Calcium carbonate powder: for remineralizing teeth

Xylitol crystals: for sweetness and cavity protection
Concentrated trace minerals liquid: for remineralizing teeth

Peppermint essential oil: for flavor and fresh breath

Lemon essential oil: for whiter, brighter teeth

Spearmint essential oil: for flavor and fresh breath

Source: The Nourished Life [link to www.livingthenourishedlife.com]
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