Are you familiar with the fact that Tibetan medical system is one of the oldest medical systems in the world?
Tibetan medical system is the central part of the Tibetan culture, which has progressed over the years.
Many scientists argue that Tibetans have practiced medicine since the beginning of their civilization. The proofs of their medical heritage are inscribed in the book of 4 tantras (rGyud-bZhi).
However, what is interesting is that Tibetan monks have strong, white and healthy teeth to old age. Their secret is simple: they have a recipe that helps them to preserve healthy, white and strong teeth.
Here is this recipe’s method of preparation:
Take half a cup of boiled and then cooled water and add one tablespoon of salt in it. Stir the mixture until the salt is dissolved. Soak the toothbrush in the salty solution and wash your teeth the usual way.
If you want to achieve the greatest effects, it is recommended to use this method every morning and evening, especially after dinner.
The main deficiency of this recipe is the discomfort felt the first time you use it. Salty water can often influence the sensitivity of teeth when it comes to consuming cold/hot beverages or foods with intense flavor.
This sensitivity is due to the minimal removal of small layer of the shell from the teeth. Fortunately, the sensitivity is tolerable and lasts shortly.
Anyway, this recipe’s advantage is that it is costs little, yet is effective, unlike commercial brands that can be quite expensive.
The salty mixture is effective because of several reasons. It strengthens the teeth’s enamel in surprisingly short time; kills all pathogenic bacteria present in the oral cavity and corrects cracks in the teeth.
It is interesting to note that the salt water is also be used as mouthwash in many regions around the world and for a very long time. In addition to killing bacteria in the cavity of the mouth, salty water also helps to release and loosen the deposits of food stuck between teeth. It is very effective when used regularly.
This simple Tibetan monks’ recipe can be the key to a perfect smile for which you have longed for years.