For those of us that are using the toothpaste of formula after brushing. How often does one use a water pick to rinse it, and is that necessary?
Okay. I came up with a new formula about probably a year ago, and it's 1 tablespoon of coconut cream, 2 teaspoons of Terramin clay and 1/2 - 1 teaspoon of raw apple cider vinegar.
Now the great thing about this is that it actually whitens, as well as just rips the plaque off of the teeth, just melts it, dissolves it away without damaging the dentine, unless you brush too often with it. Once a day is fine.
And you brush it down into the gums. All these big toothbrushes, I don't think are good. I think you should get one of those baby toothbrushes, very soft and just brush, work that down in there and it will dissolve the plaques, so you don't have to have deep root cleanings. I have found that I haven't had to use my water pick, maybe every three months or something like that and do that routine that I talk about on wewant2live.com where I talked about the formula for getting deep down and removing the, the plaque and other tars. And also found that when you use this particular formula that it helps gums reverse the receding mm-hmm.
In the last four months, I've also experimented with bone marrow, and applying bone marrow and rubbing it into the gums and even brushing it into the gums will bring the gums back almost a half of a millimeter overnight.
You got receding gums? Come right back.
So, when you say brush it in?
You take the bone marrow and you get it soft and wet like it's fat. You can either rub it up in your fingers and push it at the end or you could take a toothbrush and-