Recipe - Toothpowder
Take equal parts of Course Celtic Sea Salt and Baking Soda. Grind the Sea Salt in a mortar with the pestle. Does not need to be the consistency of table salt. Mix in the Baking Soda. To Use: Shake well and pour a small amount in your hand and dampen with a small amount of fresh water or 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide. Brush your teeth as usual. If powder dries out to much the salt separates from the baking soda making it difficult to shake into palm without. I spray it with little 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to re-moisten and then shake well. You do not want it to be wet or even damp, but you do want it to kind of stick together a bit. Celtic Sea Salt is naturally damp, when it is fresh. Note the look of your toothpowder when you have first created it. That consistency is what you are striving for. NOTE: I have used the 3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide for years to moisten the powder prior to brushing my teeth. Be careful not to swallow.