Taking Detox & Cleanse USP Activated Charcoal Powder Daily

Question: Purchased the Detox & Cleanse USP Activated Charcoal Powder for initially detoxing from vaccinations, but never received the shots. Can this be now used for general use with meals, since its a strong asorbing charcoal then the other food grade use charcoals? -Steve Answer: Yes, of course! I personally use take one to two heaping tablespoons of the Detox 1600 most every evening as my daily maintenance dose. This is also my favorite charcoal for brushing teeth with, but you can use any of the food grade charcoals to do this as well. Not sure what you mean by ‘using for general use with meals?’ If you are concerned […]

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Amalgam fillings, is activated charcoal safe to brush with?

Question: I have (amalgam) metal dental fillings in my teeth from the seventies. Is activated charcoal safe to brush with? ~Jermaine Answer: Yes, it is!  Activated charcoal can actually adsorb mercury and once it has adsorbed a toxin, it will not let it go unless it reaches extremely high temps, such as 600 or more degrees celsius. Also, activated charcoal powder, or at least our activated charcoal powder, such as the Detox & Cleanse (USP grade, made from organic coconut shell) or the Ultra Fine Culinary is less abrasive than the leading toothpastes, if that was your concern as well. The very best charcoal for brushing teeth that have mercury amalgams, […]

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Teeth Extraction and Using Activated Charcoal

Using Activated Charcoal after teeth extraction. Hi, Is it safe/beneficial to brush with activated charcoal after a tooth extraction? I’ve had two bottom left molars extracted two weeks ago. There are still holes… Thanks! Marie Hi Marie. Yes, it would be safe to use the charcoal after an extraction, in fact I have!  It really helped heal the wound quickly.   I didn’t just brush with the charcoal, but made a little putty with activated charcoal and psyllium seed husk powder and placed it right where the tooth had been pulled and it worked like a charm. Also, you can make a mixture of charcoal powder and ground flax-seed and […]

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Activated Charcoal for Root Canal, Jaw Infection

Jaw Infection Jaw infection question: I had a root canal fail and an extraction didn’t help. Have you ever healed anyone of jaw bone infection? – Christine Answer: Hello Christine Thank you for contacting us. The way charcoal principally works is to remove toxins produced by microbes that trigger infections, pain, swelling, inflammation,… We have had some people with severe tooth infections that were helped with charcoal dressings in the mouth or applied on the outside as poultices. Here are some links you can read: Activated charcoal for dental infections Tooth Abscess scroll down page Tooth Infections Scroll down to another example for tooth abscess  I would suggest making a thick […]

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Using Activated Charcoal to Brush Teeth with Crowns and Fillings

Using Activated Charcoal to Brush Teeth (crowns) Question on Crowns and brushing with charcoal: Hello, I need to know if someone has had work done in his or her mouth, such as bridges, crowns etc… can those persons use activated charcoal to whiten their teeth? Please let me know. Thank you, Serge Answer:  Hi Serge. I have personally had crowns and white fillings on my teeth and I use the charcoal almost daily to whiten my teeth, no problems, just healthy and white teeth.  🙂 Make sure to also check out our other blog posts: Amazing results Brushing Teeth with Activated Charcoal Powder (Real Story) Q and A: Brushing Teeth with […]

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Amazing results Brushing Teeth with Activated Charcoal Powder

What Happens When You Brush Your Teeth With Activated Charcoal Powder? Just in from a new customer who shared his friend’s recent experience at the dentist’s office with me: Sitting in the chair while the dentist was examining her teeth, the dentist straightened himself up and inquired with great perplexity “what in the WORLD are you doing?  I have NEVER seen such clean teeth in my entire life!” Of of course you know the answer!  She had been brushing her teeth with our activated charcoal powder. Now, how cool is that! Of course you can safely use any of our food grade activated charcoal powders on a wet toothbrush or on […]

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