How To Remove Dead Dandruff From Your Dental Clouts

A natural way to remove dirt without irritating your sensitive gums. And not to be left out in the cold, throw a pot of coconut milk in before brushing.

Even after the summer has ended, you may still notice that some of your white and yellow teeth and gums are just a little a little bit dull. Now the solution might sound a little odd, but it will surely work. Just whip some coconut milk into a paste and brush into your gums (without using any sugar) before your next meal. As soon as the milk is absorbed into your gums and the sugary taste of coconut sinks into your gums, bacteria in the milk will do their dirty work, expelling dead fungus, bacteria and bacteria from the mouth and teeth.

To make this formula, put 6 ounces of whole, pureed coconut cream or 6 ounces of canned coconut cream in a container. Add 4 ounces of purified water, 6 ounces of powdered sugar, 4 tablespoons of coconut oil, 2 tablespoons of sea salt, and the rest of the ingredients to the container (except the milk). Shake until the ingredients are well incorporated.

Let this mixture sit somewhere warm for at least 24 hours. Once it is set, pour into a jar and store in the fridge. After you brush your teeth, use a toothbrush and remove any dry toothpaste from the bristles. Put the toothbrush in the jar with the paste, then rinse the paste into the brush as you brush.

As you brush your teeth through the paste, it will help to keep your teeth clean and free from plaque. There will be no need to use a toothpaste for several days as we will see in my next post. Keep your paste in a jar (if you use the blender then mix the ingredients before storing) and store in a warm spot.

To use: mix 1 teaspoon of paste into about a 2 to 3 ounce amount of water and brush your teeth. Use a brush that has been pre-cleaned (use a toothbrush to rinse all the brushes in the brush heads as in step 3 above) and only brush the paste into your teeth.

This method is most effective with toothbrushes which have been pre-cleaned (some brushes which are bought pre-cleaned are not very safe to use) and has no chance of damaging the bristles from the rubbing while brushing. With disposable brushes, the paste is not as effective. The paste has a lot more surface area than regular toothpaste, so if it does become on your teeth, it will be more difficult to brush through.

If your mouth feels dry or there is a crustiness to the paste, you can add a little water to dissolve it and continue brushing. You won’t want to continue to use the paste for at least 24 hours.

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