posted on Dec, 24 2007 @ 09:53 PM
Originally posted by TheDuckster
I'm wondering which soaps would be the least abrasive on teeth.
We'd probably have to find the most mildest one; as there is a certain amount of harsh cleaning chemicals in soaps in general. For the most part,
soaps made today, are for the body, not teeth.
Pretty intriging though!
I might just try it out....lololol...just for the sake of it.
If I can only get past the feelings of nausea and the gagginess...
Actually there's a tooth soap you can buy:
After I've researched about fluoride, I think I'll stick to soap from now on.
They also recommended a natural soap which is made of olive oil. I think I'll go for this.
Here's some articles to think about - The toxic toothpaste:
A rat poison? Fluoride is an acute toxin with a rating slightly higher than that of lead? Fluorides have been used throughout history to alter the
behavior and mood of human beings? Sarin Nerve Gas? A key component to hypnotic drugs?
Come to think of it, even with fluoride toothpaste, people still have cavities. People still wear dentures. Logically, it doesn't help at all.
I'm staying clear of fluoride, and stick to natural remedies.
Edit : added more info on the toxic toothpaste
[edit on 24-12-2007 by amitheone]