Jainarayan wrote:Hydrogen peroxide is a good oral debridement. I rinse with a couple of tablespoons every other day or so after flossing and brushing. I swish it around for a minute or so then rinse well with water. Don't swallow the hydrogen peroxide.
In 2002, Gerard F. Judd, Ph.D., Researcher and Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, wrote a letter to the United States government stating that teeth re-enamel themselves by drawing minerals from food. Glycerin, he discovered, inhibits this process. Removing the glycerin ‘coating’ from teeth requires up to 27 rinses. Virtually all so called ‘healthy’ toothpastes contain glycerin as a primary ingredient
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