Mouthwash #1

This super-salty Mouthwash #1 is made of natural salt like Himalayan or sea salt. Diluted, it could be used for brushing teeth (just soak a toothbrush into solution) or as a mouthwash. In both cases, dilute approximately 10 ml of super-salty Mouthwash #1 in 20-50 ml of warm water before use.

Ingredients and equipment:

  • Pink Himalayan salt or sea salt, 40-50 g
  • Purified/filtered water (will be added up to 200 ml)
  • Glass bottle of 200 ml to keep in the prepared solution
  • Balance

How to make it:

  • Weigh 40-50 g of natural coarse salt
  • Transfer salt into a glass bottle
  • Fill in with water till bottleneck through a funnel to ensure all salt to be transferred into a glass bottle
  • Close a bottle and shake gently. All salt will dissolve within few days, shake a bottle time to time, for example in the morning and in the evening during bathroom procedure

Important notes!

  • Choose natural grain-size coarse salt, like Himalayan or sea salt. Table salt (fine in texture) usually contains anti-caking agents like E530, E535, which are not necessary for healthy/wealthy body. Moreover, table salt is a product of chemical reaction and that is another big concern
  • Keep the prepared solution out of reach and sight of children
  • Always dilute the prepared solution before use. Take approximately 10 ml of super-salty Mouthwash #1 and dilute it by adding 20-50 ml of warm water just before use.
Mouthwash #1

The idea to make this simple version of mouthwash came after I saw a recipe of Dr. Robert Cassar on Earther Academy. Dr. Robert Cassar helped me indirectly in my Back to Nature journey, great thanks for him!

Disclaimer: I am sharing my personal experience to tell you what helped me and still helps me to feel well (wealthy:)). All posts on this site are for entertainment only. Before trying anything, be sure it matches your needs and your health condition, consult your doctor or hygienist if needed. The posts do not provide any personal pieces of advice or treatment for, including but not limited to, pregnant, breast-feeding women, suffering from acute/chronic diseases or other health concerns, food intolerance, latent health conditions, healthy people, etc. Take care!

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