Clay, butter, and apple cider vinegar. I mix that up every night with a small amount of clay. Now, is that safe?
That's one of the recipes in my book.
What's the face safest filling material?
It all depends upon your body. Some people are sensitive to some things. It's mainly though the adhesive that they use, the epoxy that has the biggest reaction and they use very toxic epoxies and you have to find mild epoxy. The problem with the mild epoxies is that they'll pop out quicker, but they also allow the teeth to grow, the tubules to regrow.
Now I've got a facial that I have to have replaced about every year and a half because it grows out. The tooth is regrowing underneath, so it's pushing the filling outward. So, it's got this whole pig filling that's coming out that's misshaped and then I have it filed down, but when I have it filed down, then it pops out.
So, then I have to have it refilled, but the teeth is healing, but it's taken me this long to get to this place where my teeth are actually starting to