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THIS TURMERIC ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PASTE WILL REVERSE GUM DISEASE, SWELLING, AND KILL BACTERIA

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There are few things more attractive than a nice set of pearly whites and a warm smile!
Regardless of the shape of your smile, I think you’re beautiful and I encourage you to use it often! Smiles are FREE and have the power to bring so much joy to the world.
Today, I want to give you a tool that is natural, safe, efficient and guaranteed to leave your teeth whiter than it found them!

The Problem With Commercial Whiteners


Americans spend over 1 billion dollars a year on over-the-counter tooth whitening products. But are you getting what you’re paying for?
Most people have no idea that most whiteners come with RISKS, such as:
  • toothaches
  • teeth becoming translucent
  • gum irritation
  • gum receding
  • oral infections/disease
  • teeth becoming brittle
  • teeth going yellow again FASTER than before
It’s true… although many teeth whiteners will work short term, the results often don’t last and overuse can lead to serious issues that are NOT worth the temporary satisfaction at all!
THE GOOD NEWS IS… YOU DON’T NEED THESE CHEMICAL TEETH WHITENING PRODUCTS!
As with most things, mother nature has some tricks up her sleeve to help you get that vibrant smile you’ve always wanted.
The answer to whiter teeth is in your pantry. If you’ve been hanging around the health & wellness world for long than I’m sure you’ve heard of this increasingly popular spice.  It’s actually one of my FAVORITE superfoods to use every single day.

TURMERIC

Turmeric is a natural vibrant, golden spice that is often used to make mustard appear yellow.
“What? A YELLOW spice that will help make your teeth more WHITE? Pretty sure you’re crazy, Drew.”
Well, maybe I am but if you’ve noticed, I also have a pretty great set of pearly whites!
Although turmerics powerful color actually stains fabrics and surfaces, when it comes to your teeth 

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