Friday, November 30, 2018

Charcoal Toothpaste

Charcoal In Toothpaste Is A Natural Ingredient

What charcoal does for us is satisfy that need or wish we have to stay closer to nature.  Natural often seems to be better from a common sense point of view. 

Because charcoal is used and mentioned very often in natural health and healing literature, it just makes sense that it can be good for our teeth too.   Charcoal is often thought of as a cleaning and purifying item.   

Natural oriented dentists sometimes have customers take activated charcoal to help protect them when mercury based fillings are being removed and replaced.   Of course, this is a very different use for charcoal, but it does demonstrate that charcoal has been used to play a protective role in more natural oriented health care.  

Oxygen's Role In Nature And Healing

Oyxgen is great for getting rid of 'bad bacteria'.  It can also disrupt viruses and is nature's purifier.  For example,  that smell in the air after a storm is ozone, a compound derived from oxygen.   Oxygen is 02 chemically and ozone is 03.   

Since oxygen is part of nature and has proven itself in many health related scenarios, such as bleach for disinfection, it makes sense that it might be beneficial in other ways too.   Perhaps it too, could be useful in your toothpaste?  

You might have just considered that it would be cool to have oxygen and charcoal in the same toothpaste.    If so, you are not alone. 

If you would like to share any experiences on the topic of charcoal toothpaste, use the comment section below.  

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