Regrowing teeth enamel is absolutely possible
How remineralization works
Remineralizing our teeth is absolutely possible. I can say this because I have tried and it worked. It is surely possible to reintroduce the lost minerals to our teeth. Our teeth enamel is mostly composed of 96% of calcium. It is not just any calcium but calcium phosphate (CaP). Calcium is the main mineral found in human bone and teeth and it is highly bio-compatible inorganic bio-material.
Usually our body is able to remineralize our teeth through the saliva produced by our mouth and the nutritious food we eat & liquid we drink. But sadly, our modern day diet is void of such mineral content, as we tend to eat more processed food that has been stripped off their minerals. As a result, many diseases have crept into our society and one of them is the dental problem.
It's all about deficiency and toxicity
One of the main reason why people suffer with teeth issues such as cavities, enamel erosion and pothole is because of mineral deficiencies and the toxicity in the body. Human saliva consist of inorganic and organic minerals.
A healthy person's saliva is normally saturated with calcium and other minerals, which would constantly remineralize our teeth to prevent any mineral loss. But toxicity reduces the mineral content in our body. Toxicity creates acidity in the blood.
When this happens, our body, by all means, uses minerals to buffer this effect. Especially calcium is taken from the storage to neutralize the acidity. When this condition persist, our body will lose much calcium. As a result, there will also be a lack of calcium in the saliva produced by our mouth. Therefore, eating a wholesome food is very important to tackle the dental issue by its root.
The story of Botanyseed Tooth & Gum Herbal Powder
IT ALL STARTED WITH A FATTY LIVER DISEASE
Several years ago I was living with chronic fatty liver disease and kidney disease. This has caused many health issues in my body and one of it was the oral problem. My teeth enamel has started to break and fall apart, creating visible potholes and multiple cavities started to form. This has created a very sensitive teeth.
I often found it hard to even smile big, especially at winter times, because the cold wind would strike the nerves of my teeth causing so much discomfort. I could no longer eat or drink anything hot and cold, as well could no longer bite any hard food. I also suffered from gingivitis, which slowly developed into periodontal disease. My gums started to recede and became shaky, loose and thin.
SOME BAD EXPERIENCES IS TO EARN THE BEST OUT OF YOUR LIFE
When many of my teeth started to have cavities I went to a dentist. The experience I had with him is something that I cannot forget. He took a look at my teeth and denied that I have any cavities at all. Instead he was compelling me to remove the wisdom tooth which was growing beneath the gum.
I didn't had any problem with this tooth and yet he was keep saying that I should remove it. I tried in many attempt to explain that I saw the cavities through a mirror, but all he said was that it's just a stain. Feeling angry and disappointed, I came out of his office and went to another dentist on the same day. The woman at the counter told me that I need to wait till the rest of the clients are done, as I came without an appointment.
Later this dentist took a look into my teeth and found 4 cavities instead of 5. God knows why he didn't see another one. Anyway, I was happy that he agreed to the truth that I did have some cavities. So he patched all the 4 cavities and sent me home. But the potholes were still there and becoming more sensitive. This time, instead of going to a dentist again, I was thinking about remineralizing my teeth naturally. By now, I no longer want to see any dentist and have another bad experience.
At first, I asked myself if this is possible at all to remineralize the teeth naturally. But after doing much research, I started to have some confidence that this could work. The hardest part was to find the right ingredients that will actually do the job.
THE HARD WORK & PATIENCE HAS PAID OFF
I had been making lot of experiments and testing various ingredients as tooth powder. It was at one point I started to notice my teeth looked different. I realized that a new enamel had regrown where there was a big pothole before. It was truly a big surprise for me.
And on that day, I realize that all my efforts has not gone wasted and indeed it is possible to remineralize and regrow teeth enamel naturally. The pictures above show my teeth before and after the use of my formula. With this transformation, I was motivated to share my story with others and came to create Botanyseed Tooth & Gum powder.
How long does it takes to remineralize the teeth ?
By right now you must have this burning question in your heart. The answer is, it really depends from person to person. As for me, it took within a month to notice a visible change. I made a practice to keep this powder in the mouth after brushing for at least 5 minutes and sometimes up to 20 minutes. Just like the oil pulling method, keeping this powder in the mouth for at least 5 minutes is compulsory and if possible longer than that.
This step is very important to give enough time for the teeth to absorb as much minerals as possible.
Brush you teeth with this powder after eating or drinking any acidic food like lemon, orange, strawberry, aged Kombucha etc. The acids in citrus fruit can easily leach out the minerals on weak enamels. So pay attention to this information too. Most of my test users have reported a positive result against bleeding gum & tooth ache pretty much just within a few usages.
The bottom line is, use Tooth & Gum herbal powder to brush your teeth daily, keeping it at least for 5 minutes in the mouth after brushing. If possible keep it for 20 minutes whenever you can, and this can increase the remineralizing effect.
Step by step for achieving strong teeth & gum
STEP 1) BRUSHING… BRUSHING… BRUSHING
Brush your teeth at least twice a day, morning once you wake up and before going to bed. If possible brush your teeth after each meal. This step is very important to follow especially if you have cavities, dented teeth, potholes and receded gum. This is because food particles can easily be collected in these holes and will cause bacteria to breed.
When this happen, the tooth and gum problem can worsen. So brushing your teeth with mineral rich toothpaste is a key step in order to achieve a good oral health. Our Tooth & Gum is a 100% natural remineralizing powder which helps to replace the lost minerals on teeth.
STEP 2) NEVER BRUSH HARSHLY
Even though brushing teeth is essential in maintaining the oral health, but one should not brush harshly. Many people don't realize that they brush vigorously by applying much pressure. For those who have weak enamel and gum can experience swelling, bleeding and erosion if brushed too hard.
Therefore, always remember to brush very gently and possibly massage the gum with fingers using the tooth powder in circular motion. This will increase the blood flow to the gum.
STEP 3) DRINK MINERAL RICH TEA
Drink lots of mineral rich herbal teas such as Nettle, Dandelion, Horsetail, Alfalfa, Red Raspberry Leaf, Oats Straw & Moringa. This step helps to replenish the mineral deficiencies in your body. Our body must have enough minerals so it can produce mineral rich saliva. Healthy saliva is important for promoting natural re-Mineralisation of the teeth apart from using natural tooth powder like Tooth & Gum.
STEP 4) ELIMINATE SODA & WHITE SUGAR
Change your diet and opt for more healthy food and drinks. Avoid any acidic drinks such as carbonated soda. Soda drinks are acidic and can leach the minerals from your teeth. Secondly and very importantly, avoid eating and drinking anything with processed white sugar. Highly processed white sugar is the No.1 enemy to steal minerals in our body.
This sugar cannot be metabolized by our body without adding back the minerals that are lost during the refinement process. As a result the nutrients stored in the body are taken, especially calcium in order to metabolize the white sugar. By this our body loses lots of calcium. This can impact a quality saliva production in the mouth.
STEP 5) INCREASE VITAMIN C INTAKE
Increase your Vitamin C intake. This is always an overlooked factor when it comes to teeth and gum health. We need vitamin C for so many physiological processes in our body. Stress is the biggest factor that can deplete your body of vitamin C.
This is because, when we are under stress, our body uses vitamin C to manufacture stress hormones and through this process we lose a lots of vitamin C. We all know, that almost all of us are constantly living in a stressful world and we cannot avoid it. Vitamin C is necessary to build a healthy gum tissues.
The cells in our body die constantly in order to create new cells. This is how our body works and if we don't have enough vitamin C, the renewal of the gum tissue cell can be hindered, especially the production of collagen. Collagen is very important for a healthy gum.
STEP 6) MANAGE YOUR STRESS
Stress is related to gum disease because stress can alter the immune system negatively. Stress can emotionally condition you to opt for comfort food and often such comfort food becomes the unhealthy version. Stress also can make people to neglect oral hygiene because often when people are under stress, they either lose the motivation in their life or becomes too tired to take care of themselves.
STEP 7) STOP JUNK FOOD SNACKING
Do you know the junk food that you always snack on is impacting your teeth? The saliva our mouth produces is meant to remineralize our teeth naturally. An healthy persons saliva is normally saturated with calcium and that's how our body naturally remineralize our teeth. Snacking junk food will cause acidity in the mouth and prevent the remineralization process.
STEP 8) STOP SMOKING
We all know smoking is bad, it is bad not only for your lungs but also for your teeth and gums. Smoking interferes with the gum tissue function as well the salivary gland in the mouth. Remember, a healthy saliva is crucial for oral health.