Written By Empress Of Pearl Powder
Sarah Anderson October 8, 2023
Are you trying to quit using commercial tooth paste because of the harmful ingredients?
Yet, for some reason, it seems to be a difficult product to let go of?
Virtually all commercial toothpaste contains at least one or two harmful ingredients - propylene glycol and fluoride - which poses a serious problem. We all know the extremely dangerous effects of fluoride not only to our dental health, but also to our entire body. Floride also causes neurotoxicity, and instead of being beneficial, it actually destorys our teeth.
When it comes to propylene glycol, this is used in antifreeze and paints and is linked with skin irritation and organ toxicity. I don't even want that near my mouth.
Skip both of these ingredients and make your own non-toxic chemical free tooth cleaner instead.
Benefits of Pearl Powder Teeth Cleaner
My teeth have always been very white, but as I aged, blueberries, coffee, and other food that stain teeth started showing themselves on my enamel. I tried whitening strips which caused so much pain because of reseeding gums, I took it off immediately. The excruciating pain lasted at least another 15 minuets.
It was about 20 years ago that I decided to try pearl powder. It worked wonders for my skin, so why not try it on my teeth. And Walla! A miracle happened. Because of the pearl powder's exfoliation and whitening properties, it whitened my teeth. And the best part is, it gently polishes the teeth and does not harm the enamel. My dentist was shocked when she saw my teeth - white as could be.
Also, along with whitening my teeth, it help with my reseeding gums and bone loss around my teeth and in my jaw. I am SO glad I decided to try it on my teeth.
Rich in over 30 trace minerals, potassium, calcium carbonate and amino acids that are very beneficial for our teeth and gums, it also helps fight tooth decay, strengthen the enamel, and protects them from stains. Pearl powder is a fantastic and non-toxic, not to mention very affordable, product that has become my go-to when brushing my teeth. Nothing else will do or work.
Pearl Powder has been used for thousands of years for detoxifying the body and for healing purposes. In fact, it is used in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. When Pearl Powder is consumed, it absorbs into the body and eliminates toxins.
When used for oral health pearl powder gently and beautifully polishes our teeth, removes plaque and tartar, and also helps fight tooth decay.
How To Clean Your Teeth With Pearl Powder
There are few methods for cleaning your teeth with pearl powder. These recipes are safe for kids and adults, and quick to make.
Pearl Powder And Water
1. Wet your toothbrush thoroughly with water, dip your brush in powder, and brush for approx. 2-3 minuets.
2. You may also put the powder directly on your teeth with your fingers, then keep your mouth open for a few minuets and let Pearl Powder do it's work.
3. Polish your teeth. Take your index finger, dip it in the pearl powder, put it on one tooth and rub your finger up and down the entire tooth, about 5 times. Make sure you get in-between the teeth. This helps buff off the stains easily.
4. You should brush your teeth everyday and every night with this recipe.
Pearl Powder And Baking Soda
The American Dental Association (ADA) considers baking soda to be safe for your enamel and dentin.
Numerous studies have shown that baking soda has natural whitening properties. It is a mild abrasive and has been shown to be effective at removing stains on your teeth. Using pearl powder and baking soda together can be a one-two punch for fighting those stains.
1. Mix one tsp pearl powder with 1 tsp baking soda and enough water to make a paste, then brush.
2. Or, mix 1/2 tsp pearl powder with 1/2 tsp baking soda and mix. Wet your toothbrush and dip it in. Do the top teeth first, then repeat with the bottom teeth.
3. When done, rinse your mouth with water thoroughly.
4. Do this twice a week for 8-10 weeks for the best results.
If you don't like the taste of baking powder, add 1-2 drops of peppermint oil to enhance the taste.
Myrrh, Cinnamon, Baking Soda, And Pearl Powder
People have used myrrh since biblical days for a variety of ailments such as wounds, pain, digestive problems, and upper respiratory infections. Myrrh gum powder contains highly antiseptic properties and is excellent for a variety of mouth problems, including improved gum health (against gingivitis) and for healing mouth ulcers.
Cinnamon is antimicrobial and astringent, making it a great ally for gum health. It is readily available and cheap.
Stevia promotes good oral health by blocking the accumulation of plaque and bacteria in the mouth, which prevents tooth decay, as well as periodontitis and gingivitis.