The Complete Guide to Healthy Teeth and Gums
Taking readers on a tour of the ecology of the mouth, dental health expert and author Nadine Artemis describes the physiology of the teeth and the sources of bacteria and decay.
Revealing the truth about the artificial chemicals in many toothpastes and mouthwashes, Artemis also discusses the harmful effects of mercury fillings and the much safer ceramic filling options that are available.
Covering topics that include healthy nutrition, oral care for children, and the benefits of botanical substances and plant extracts for maintaining oral health, Artemis introduces a comprehensive eight-step self-dentistry protocol that offers an effective way to prevent decay, illness, acidic saliva, plaque build-up, gum bleeding, inflammation, and more.
Author: Nadine Artemis
Paperback: 120 pages
Shipping Weight: 239 g
Product Dimensions: 12x229x153 mm
About the Author
Living Libations is a line of serums, elixirs, and essentials oil that nurture beauty, enhance the immune, and promote healthy good oral care. Nadine is the author of Renegade Beauty.
Nadine’s official biography begins when she first combines flasks of essential oils to recreate Nina Ricci’s L’Air du Temps for a school science fair. These botanical-inclinations led her on petal-pathed adventures in creating organic beauty balms, reviving elixirs, healing oral care and perfumed poetry to quench the natural yearnings of many.
Nadine opened North America’s first full concept Aromatherapy store, Osmosis, in 1994. Since that day Nadine has since received glowing reviews for her formulations in the Hollywood Reporter, Flare, the New York Times, Vogue and The National Post. Nadine has also addressed gatherings at conferences, appeared on television and radio shows.
Yet, the true-blue story of Nadine reads thusly
There once was a girl with a wild look in her eye and a smile that reached to the tip of her cheek. She cleaned-up nice, yet her dress was a mess with pockets full of acorns and twigs, and there was always a curl that longed to unfurl.
One day she sat – hands in lap – at the dining room table tuning in and out of the murmuring grown-up din. The raspberries gathered earlier that day had stained the fingers of her imagination. With a rosy glow she gazed out the window and saw friends of branches and birds sway, beckoning her foray. So without a sound, she slipped off her shoes and her little feet whisked her away and she didn’t return “till dusk the next day.
Entranced by the galaxy in a patch of grass, she wondered if lightening was poured from a glass. Sleeping in a starry meadow, she dreamed on the cusp of my-oh-my and why, asking the sky: do butterflies really fly in bellies? Is every flower a flask of fun? Is a petal the spoon of some great perfume? Is there a great pantry filled with ladles of moonbeams and goblets of sun? Is bark the bottle of a tree that holds the secret sap for a scraped knee? And so she asked on into infinity.
These are the mixtures, the fruit of her bud-in-mud brews, and her swishing and wishing to adorn everyone with garlands of earth. These are the jars that pour the stories of how Nature found Nadine, and how she found you.