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Todd Parr wrote:

Joy Oasis wrote:

urbanresistance McCoy wrote:Here this seems very relevant http://zinelibrary.info/primitive-toothcare-diy-guide-uncivilized-oral-hygiene

This is not available anymore. Can we find it somewhere else?

In case anyone else doesn't find it, it's the first link on this page:
Primitive tooth care

Here is another link:
Primitive toothcare
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And here's a link to a pdf


I double checked the document and it specifically states to:

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Hi all, it's been a few years since this thread was active. I'm curious if anybody has more insights after using chewing sticks for a while. Any advice or "I wish I knew..." comments for someone exploring this topic now?
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Hi there,
I like the licorice during the dry winter seasons. It's moistening and it's also antibacterial.
I've ordered some chew sticks from online. Not good tasted terrible. I've heard drying dogwood branches out for a year and then making chew sticks is good?
I used to trade sticks with a guy from Africa. I wish I could recall the name of the tree it was really mild.
Thanks for updating the pdf link. Def checking that out.
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