Plain baking soda can be used for toothpowder. A mixture of baking soda and salt is better, say 2/3 baking powder, 1/3 salt. Both are easily stored for post pole shift. Adding some glycerin, a few drops of essential oil flavor, say spearmint or wintergreen, with a few drops of water makes a good toothpaste. I have a small plastic bag of prickly ash bark, which was used by Native Americans for oral hygiene (they chewed on it) or mix with tooth powder, Edgar Cayce style. I have some Tempanol, which I bought from Walmart, to replace lost crowns or broken fillings and a small dental first aid kit which I also bought from Walmart. I like Anbesol for pain relief. Oil of cloves is good, too.
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