Did you know that the Tibetan medical system is one of the oldest medical systems in the world? This system is a central part of their culture which notes significant progress over the centuries.
Many believe that their health system originated as old as civilization itself. Their medical legacy is written in the book of four Tantras (rGyud-bZhi).
However, impressive is that the Tibetan monks have white, healthy teeth to old age. Their secret is simple: they have a recipe that helps to preserve healthy, strong and white their teeth. Here is the procedure for preparing this recipe:
Take half a cup of boiled and cooled water and add a tablespoon of salt. Stir the mixture until the salt dissolves. Submerge the brush in salty solution and as usually clean your teeth.
To achieve the greatest effect it is recommended to use this recipe every morning and evening, especially after meals.7
The primary weakness of this recipe is that you can experience discomfort. The salt water regularly influences the sensitivity of teeth to hot and cold foods or drinks, and to sweet or sour foods or beverages. This sensitivity is an aftereffect of the minor removal of the enamel on the teeth. Luckily, the sensitivity is endurable and lasts for a short period.
However, the advantage of this recipe is that it is worthwhile, unlike commercial brands that can be quite expensive.
This salt mixture is effective for several reasons. It strengthens the enamel of teeth in surprisingly short time; kill all pathogenic bacteria present in the oral cavity and correct cracks in the teeth.
It is interesting to note that the salt water is using for mouthwash in many regions around the world for very long time. Aside from destroying microscopic organisms inside of the mouth cavity, salty water additionally helps loosen deposits of food stuck in the teeth. It is most effective when utilized regularly.
This simple recipe from the Tibetan monks might be the key to the ideal smile you have been longing for years.