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Pyrophyllite clay is rich in silica and is significantly different from bentonites, montmorillionites, pascalites & zeolites. Most other clays are made from volcanic ash, whereas pyrophyllite is made from an underground boiling lava soup, later exposed by a glacier and cooled through the action of deep underground water flows which caused it to decompose into this remarkable clay. Pyrophyllite clay is a powerful alchemical agent promoting the transformation and transmission of electromagnetic energy. The clay absorbs toxins including mercury and other heavy metals, viruses, bacteria and parasites in the mouth. The rich silica and mineral content in the clay nourish both teeth and gums, improving the general health of each.
Ozone further delivers the benefits of Pyrophyllite clay (rich in silica/ electrolytes), along with magnesium, jojoba, zeolite, seabuckthorn, clove, peppermint, cinnamon, oregano, rose, thyme linalool, and tea tree. Use a tiny half pea size on a dry toothbrush for a lovely way to polish teeth. Teeth will feel silky smooth after brushing.
Successful Self-Dentistry in 8 Steps
Take a few moments to do these steps morning and night and wake up ready to kiss the day!
Welcome to the Successful Self-Dentistry steps with our new Ozone products. We are happy to offer more options to create the healthiest mouth ever! Each of these products is unique and offers innovative care when used altogether. If you are starting out with just one product, then the potent and versatile Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops are still the classic choice.
Our new Ozonated oral care products are a great addition to your protocol and are integrated in the steps below. Ozone is especially beneficial for lifting your oral ecology to a new balance and to add variety to your daily care. The Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel can be applied to the gums and left on as your last step in this effective ritual.
Step One: The Salt Rinse
Make a salt water solution to keep in your bathroom (16oz of spring water to 1oz of salt in a mason jar). Add a drop of Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops. Start with a salt water rinse before brushing. Use a little shot glass, pour in a bit of brine, swish and spit.
Step Two: Scraping the Tongue
Holding ends of tongue scraper, gently scrape the tongue from back to front 2-3 times. Rinse the scraper off each time.
Step Three: Brushing the Gums
Use a dry (ionic) toothbrush; add one drop of Yogi Tooth Serum, or Healthy Gum Drops, or Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel to one tiny drop of Neem Enamelizer on the brush. Brush gum down towards teeth for two minutes. Use special care over the gum line.
Step Four: Polishing the Teeth
Polish with a dry round-headed electric toothbrush. Use a tiny, half of a pea sized amount of Ozonated Clay Tooth-Truth Paste or Tooth-Truth Powder Polish (you may add a drop of serum or Neem Enamelizer to this). Simple baking soda also works for this polishing step.
Step Five: Checking the Gum Lines
Check gum lines for any remaining plaque; use a rubber tip gum tool with a drop of either Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops or Ozonated Healthy Gum Gel.
Step Six: Flossing
Floss two times! Apply a drop of Yogi Tooth Serum or Healthy Gum Drops along the floss.
Step Seven: Final Rinse
Use salt rinse again – vigorous swish and spit.
Step Eight: Extra Care
For receding gums, bleeding gums or any area that needs extra attention, apply Yogi Tooth Serum, or Healthy Gum Drops. Ozonated Gum Gel is great to use throughout the day and it is also beneficial to apply and leave on your gums as your final step after the mouth is clean.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.