Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Reasons To Take Organic Tooth Powder Instead Of Toothpastes

By Anthony Schmidt

People have different ways of taking care of their teeth. While some are in support of the use of tooth pastes, others are of the opinion that nothing works better than organic tooth powder. Some others say that distinguishing between the two is of less importance provided they both make the teeth clean after use. Unfortunately, there is a whole lot of difference between these two products and studying them will help so much.

Toothpaste is slippery and can therefore not perform the work that abrasives do. In other words, they contain no abrasives which make cleaning and plaque removal much easier. On the other hand, the powders have abrasives as their major content and this makes it work better than toothpaste in removing plaques. Moreover, one can use tooth powder without a tooth brush more comfortably than trying to do the same with toothpaste.

In addition, powders come at affordable prices. They are often packaged in small containers, making them more affordable. The organic ones have mint as one of their ingredients, and mint is a good agent for fighting bacteria.

More work can be achieved by using powders than with toothpaste. This means they are actually more convenient to use as well. In case you traveled a long distance and forgot to take your brush along, your teeth powder can still help in improving your oral health.

Baking powders are not sweet so children will not be tempted to lick it the way the do with toothpaste. The problem with licking toothpaste is that the fluoride content in it makes it poisonous. If fluoride is swallowed in large quantities, death may result, and this is certainly not what anyone wants. To avoid this, especially in homes with lots of kids, use organic tooth mouth wash.

If fluoride were the only harmful dangerous element in pastes, then life would have been a little easier. Unfortunately, there are other substances that make the substance still unfit for regular use. One of them is the substance known as triclosan. Triclosan is bad for the endocrine system and water life will suffer when anyone who just used it pours saliva into water bodies.

Another problem with pastes is the content called glycerin. Glycerin is a problem because it prevents remineralization, meaning the teeth are deprived of certain minerals which it needs to be healthy. The problem is noticed when the teeth fail to undergo natural healing processes such as wound clotting. The minerals that help this to happen are masked by the effect of glycerin. Powders on the other hand help to nourish the teeth by supplying essential minerals to it. They contain bentonite clay which makes this possible.

If you like toothpaste because of the flavor it carries, then you should have a rethink because many of the flavors are not helpful. As a matter of fact, some flavors are only used for their industrial benefit and cannot be encouraged for private use. This is because they cause side effects such as flushing, heart palpitations, weakness, chest pain, and numbness. One of the causes of these side effects is the presence of MSG in flavors. MSG is known to cause these problems, but people fail to realize it because it can take some time for these symptoms to manifest.

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