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Would you like to make your own toothpaste for self-dentistry and detoxification?
The video below is an installment in dental health sovereignty. It has been working very well for me, and it just might work for you too.
For years I have been looking for the right toothpaste for my home self-dentistry, and have experimented with a great many things. From “organic” store-bought toothpaste brands, to tooth soaps and powders, and even aboriginal “chew sticks” – Nothing has been the right fit for my self-dentistry needs.
I have now arrived at a strategy that is really working wonders for me, and I feel could really work for you too. This video is the first part of that strategy, the rest of which I am eager to share with you in full over the next few weeks.
How I arrived at this…
As I began experimenting with tissue detoxification using Zeolites and Clay, it dawned on me that these, when rendered into a fine flour-like powder, have just the right amount of abrasiveness to take the place of the toothpaste I had grown up with.
This video details how you can make your own, and at a very low price at that. In fact, if you know where to look, you could get everything you would need for making all the toothpaste you would use for the rest of your life for probably under $100!
Best of all, you can swallow this toothpaste, which yields all of the amazing health benefits of these detoxifying earth compounds. In particular I am referring to zeolites ability to perform cation exchange - CEC or Cation Exchange Capacity is the term used in physics- which is its ability to electrically bind positively charged ions (heavy metals, radio-isotopes, etc) whilst trading out (in exchange) beneficial cations like potassium or calcium. The toxic cations are then transported out of our bodies, along with the zeolite powder in our bowel movement. The case with clay is very similar, though the phenomena in this case is referred to as adsorption, which is also an electrical binding, but in this case to the surface of the clay particle and without the accompanying exchange of a cation.
Keep in mind that this practice, consuming clay and other earth compounds, is perhaps one of the oldest of all human behaviors. It has been practiced around the world and is present in virtually all pre-industrial populations. Evidence for this has been found in archeological sites that predated our current human form, and anthropological surveys have found that it lives on in societies around the world today. Actually, it is common to nearly all mammals, and in particular to broad ranging herbivores. The behavior is termed “geophagy”, and is unquestionably part of the species-specific diet of human beings. From my perspective, it appears that a diet that lacks the geophagy pattern could not be called a “natural diet” at all, as it would essentially be deficient in these all-important compounds. Below is a link to one of the best books I have read on the subject.
Most of us were taught to spit our toothpaste out, which, given the host of less-than-beneficial ingredients (particularly fluoride) is pretty sound advice. With this home-made clay or zeolite toothpaste, the goal is indeed to swallow it, moving it into the intestine where it can go to work mopping up industrial and nuclear debris that has bioaccumulated in our tissues.
When this clay or zeolite consumption is combined with sauna therapy (this dual approach is the subject of my last video), we arrive at a very effective life-long detoxification strategy that really works, and is easy to implement.
This second video is about my August 4th, 11 day tour of Peru, for which I have just a few openings left.
If you are looking for a riveting adventure, are interested in Peruvian shamanism, amazonian biology, visiting Machu Pichu, or just wanting to soak in a rain forest hotspring, this trip might be for you. We are less than a month away, so if you would like to join us – by us I mean the very amazing and interesting group of people who have assembled for this trip – contact Jeannette at firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out the 11 day 10 night itinerary here. It is exciting to see who takes the plunge and comes along!
Please let us know what you thought about the video above, and if there are any subjects you would like to see covered in the future.
Until then, please know that your readership is appreciated.
Enjoy the summer sunshine!
In the recent video post we made about Wilbur Hot Spring, I showed a spring that appears to be bringing up petroleum oil!
Special thanks to Lin for getting me this information! It is an old document describing the Wilbur Spring and surrounding area. The bottom of the first paragraph makes reference to “Oil Spring” which tastes of petroleum! That gives a bit of confirmation.
Then there was also this document which mentions springs of petroleum coming up in the area…
Now to see if the Balneologists know of any theraputic benefit to this naturally occuring compound! Compounds like Radon and Arsenic, which are known to be poisonous are considered to have beneficial medicinal action in the art and science of balneotherapy. Dose is everything!
My first reaction to seeing petroleum in the spring was notable concern. As I began to contemplate this, I realized i didn’t have a reference point for naturally occurring “rock oil”.
If anyone finds a reference or more information on this, please leave it as a comment below!!
Post Script! It is now April 5th, 2010, and this was just received from Wilbur HotSprings!
Dear Friends: Some of you have expressed interest in the black tar like substance that Daniel Vitalis showed in his excellent, and, for me, emotionally moving, 2 movie UTube series on Wilbur Hot Springs. Here is some information on that healing smelly substance. A black, tar like, material can be seen in the mud around the Wilbur Hot Springs source springs. You cannot see this black material in the hot water since it is dissolved; however, you can smell a very mild petroleum like odor in Wilbur's medicinal mineral water along with the smell of sulfur, a well known, and established, anti bacterial agent. I have witnessed dramatic reductions in the symptoms of Psoriasis at Wilbur Hot Springs. My research led me to the following article from the renowned Mayo Clinic. Treatments and drugs By Mayo Clinic staff <http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/AboutThisSite/AM00057> Psoriasis treatments aim to: - Interrupt the cycle that causes an increased production of skin cells, thereby reducing inflammation and plaque formation. - Remove scale and smooth the skin, which is particularly true of topical treatments that you apply to your skin. *Topical treatments* Used alone, creams and ointments that you apply to your skin can effectively treat mild to moderate psoriasis. - *Coal tar. A thick, black byproduct of the manufacture of petroleum products and coal, coal tar is probably the oldest treatment for psoriasis. It reduces scaling, itching and inflammation. Exactly how it works isn't known. Coal tar has few known side effects, but it's messy, stains clothing and bedding, and has a strong odor. Coal tar is available in over-the-counter shampoos, creams and oils.* In addition, Daniel Vitalis personally assimilated the depth of the respectful and non cult atmosphere that we have created at Wilbur. He is to be commended, and thanked, for his making Wilbur a subject of his professional, guerrilla, video journalism. Richard Richard Louis Miller, M.A., Ph.D. Wilbur Caretaker in Chief since 1972