WHITEN TEETH NATURALLY WITH TURMERIC
Whiten teeth naturally with turmeric is 100% natural and free from any side effects.
Most of the commercial whitening strips and toothpastes contain harmful chemicals.
The usage of turmeric for teeth whitening is an age-old teeth whitening remedy that is widely used in China, Vietnam and India.
Turmeric is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, so it kills germs and other micro-organisms that causes gum and tooth problems.
It not only makes the teeth white, but it’s actually healthy for teeth as well.
What Will You Need
- Organic turmeric powder
- Toothbrush for only this purpose (it will turn yellow)
- Small glass bowl or teaspoon
How To Use Turmeric To Whiten Teeth
Mix a small amount of organic turmeric powder with water to make a thick paste. (Don’t dip your toothbrush directly into your turmeric container, as that can spread bacteria).
Brush your teeth with turmeric paste as usual.
Let it sit on your teeth for about five minutes (don’t skip this one).
Rinse out your mouth thoroughly with water.
Then, brush your teeth again with regular toothpaste.
You may notice a difference with the first application. It’s fine to use it daily.
Note: This treatment will turn your toothbrush bristles yellow, so it’s a good idea to have another one for regular brushing.
Turmeric can be used alone or in combination with other remedies to get rid of stains and acts as teeth whitener.
Make Your Own Homemade Turmeric Whitening Toothpaste
To make your own turmeric whitening toothpaste, simply mix:
1/4 teaspoon organic turmeric powder
1/8 teaspoon melted high-quality coconut oil
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
Coconut oil has its own oral health benefits and may help the turmeric cling to your teeth and gums better.
After brushing, rinse out your mouth thoroughly with water.
This method will also turn your toothbrush yellow, just like in the method above.
Another common practice for whiten teeth is coconut oil pulling.
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