shut the fukkkk up dr zev you piece of sh!tttttt. you dont even inform him of putting teatree oil on his flos, or using an all natural bristled toothbrush. you obviously know nothing of real health idealsView Thread
dude, doctor zev is very wrong, yes the internet is flooded with lies, but lets use logic here. on one hand you have toothpaste: many chemicals, flouride, and if you swallow too much it says "CALL POISON CONTROL" wow. your skin is a sponge so anything in your mouth will be absorbed into your bloodstream even if you spit it out afterward. now on the other hand you have something all natural with a better pH (being acidic is the main cause of aging and cancer) hmmmm EASY CHOICE! dr zev is a doctor meaning he makes money from your ignorance, you go to HIM and PAY HIM so that he can offer his services and since tooth soap isnt one of his products he will not recommend it obviously. trust me i am a damn genius and i use tooth soap and my teeth have repaired the cavities on their own, SCREW TOOTHPASTE. i am enraged at dr zevs response i really am brother. i am here to spread the knowledge and truth to help my children of the world. i even created this account for the sole purpose of saving you from his evil nonsense. live long and prosper. email me at my random email i made for nonsense stuff like this if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
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