Tony Pantalleresco shows a mouthwash you can make to help in regenerating your teeth if you have tooth problems. It is about 9 minutes long.
You will need the following ingredients:
- A bottle, e.g. an empty wine bottle with a screw top (not a cork), or similar-sized bottle (750 ml)
- TSP — Trisodium Phosphate
- Bicarbonate of Soda
Tony says to put in first 2 teaspoons of TSP (10 ml), then 6 tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda (90 ml), then add water to fill the bottle (about 600 to 650 ml). I would suggest distilled water, not tap water. It helps if the water is slightly warm.
Put the bottle top back on, and then shake the bottle.
To use the mouthwash, just pour a little into a glass or cup, put in your mouth, and swish around your mouth vigorously, and then spit out. Then rinse your mouth with plain water.
This should remove anything that was stuck in your teeth, hopefully, but it is not likely that Elvis will pop out (watch the video to see what I mean!).
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Hi, must the trisodium phosphate be food grade? I’m sure it should…. Struggling to purchase in the UK.
Thanks in advance
No u dont. Also here in Holland we only can buy non food grade (12hydrate instead of 2 hydrate). Its all fine
I use a trisodium phosphate that was a powder in a bag, marked as dangerous. However, with proper handling it should be okay. We are only using a small amount. I put it, with the bicarbonate of soda, into a bottle of warm water, which helps it dissolve, otherwise it forms clumps at the bottom.