Six All Natural Ways to Whiten Teeth Fast:
Why not use Commercial Teeth Whiteners?
Bleaching your teeth with a commercial whitener is expensive and just a way to ingest poison directly into your blood stream, moving towards your brain from underneath your tongue. It also burns your tooth enamel and your gums and you loose all the benefits of whitening after a few months when they dull down and have to do it again.
The techniques below work best when you are not using fluoride or glycerin toothpaste because those put a coating around your teeth that stops your ability to remineralize. I have two toothpastes that you can easily make at home that are all natural and very effective. I use one in the morning and one at night, but either is great!
1. Baking Soda and Coconut Oil Toothpaste
2. Bentonite Clay Toothpaste
1. Activated Charcoal is great, I usually get it in capsule form, open the capsules and use your finger or toothbrush to rub it on your teeth and leave for 30 seconds or a minute and rince out well. This works the same way as the banana peal in that it mineralizes them.
2. Banana peal – quickest and easiest method – rub on your teeth for 2 or 3 minutes, then eat, brush whatever. This works because your teeth absorb the calcium in the peel and whiten with it, works great and super easy. Use organic to avoid chemicals and because they contain more minerals.
3. Turmeric – can use as a powder in same ratio as above with water and make a paste, or if you can get it as a root by cutting it off and rubbing it on your teeth, then it will look orange at first by brushing the teeth it will come clean and be whiter.
4. Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda– not recommended if you have sensitive teeth and only do this once a week or every 2 weeks. – put about half of teaspoon, then add hydrogen peroxide to it until it is like a paste then brush.
3% Hydrogen Peroxide solution can be purchased at any local drug store or here:
16 Oz of 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide the Best on the Market
5. Bentonite clay – great way to whiten and re-mineralize teeth. this is like giving your teeth a mud mask. If you don’t know about this, you can find out more in my blog here, and in part one of this I show you a way to make a toothpaste out of it that works great, I switch off with that toothpaste and the one I show you how to make in the first toothpaste video with baking soda and coconut oil. This one is edible and is a great way to whiten and will be very helpful if you have trouble with receding gums. The best is to make a dry water bentonite mix – put it on a small strip of non absorbable paper about 3 cm long and then apply to teeth. It will stick like glue. Leave it overnight. You will notice results immediately.
Click this photo below for a link to the one I recommend:
6. I also highly recommend oil pulling if you don’t know what that is you can see my video about that, it’s super good for you and easy to do and will give you great results. See my video on oil pulling here to see how it’s done.
Nutiva Certified Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil — 54 fl oz
Use a 1/4 cup of baking soda + lemon juice from 1/2 lemon.
Apply with cotton ball, q-tip, or toothbrush if those are frustrating.
Leave on for no longer than 1 minute, then brush teeth to remove.
– Baking soda
For Complete Oral Health I recommend this Process:
Learn about Gingivitis and bad breath here
- – Oil Pull (instead of any mouth wash)
- – Then brush with this baking soda toothpaste in the morning (after oil pulling).
- – Then brush with The Bentonite Clay toothpaste in this blog at night
- – Whiten teeth is desired with one of these options
- – And of course following a low sugar, low flour diet.
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