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TEEF Powder 2.18:  The Organic All-Natural alternative to fluoride based toothpaste. TEEF is the very best remineralizer of tooth enamel and oral detox on the planet!  Get that Dentist-Clean feeling everyday without fluoride!  Click the Tabs above for Features, Ingredients, Instructions, and Coupon Codes.
(White powder)
2.18 Update Notes

70g pack FREE SHIPPING EVERYWHERE

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*Note*: Currently TEEF is shipped in Natural Origami Paper (slides apart vertically, don't tear it!) that is vacuum sealed in plastic.  If you want a completely plastic-free version use coupon code NOPLASTIC and get 5% off.  International orders are heat sealed but NOT vacuum sealed to save on shipping (can ship as a flat) unless you order 5 or more.


We are now offering a 20g travel/sample version for only $4!  This is the exact same recipe as the 70g but it is heat sealed in a mylar resealable bag.  Please order 2 or more to get a tracking number!  If you order a single one it will ship with a stamp and cannot be tracked.

20g pack FREE SHIPPING EVERYWHERE

   QTY pricing each
                          1:         $4
                          2-5:      $3.50
                          6-10:    $3.25
                          11-20:  $3.15
                          21-30:  $3.05
                          31+:     $3
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  1. I damaged my enamel badly with hydrogen peroxide. My enamel was deficient to begin with. Do you think your teef powder could help me? Any problems shipping to Canada?

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    1. No problem shipping to Canada, just make sure to select the correct shipping method. I think it should help but can't guarantee anything. Just study the ingredients and you should be able to make an educated guess to the safety and possibility of helping.

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    2. Thanks for replying. I understand that there's no guarantees. Ingredients seem pretty great to me. I had no idea you can damage tooth enamel by swishing with hydrogen peroxide. I learned the hard way. My question about problems shipping to Canada was mostly because I was concerned about customs. I know a lot of products get stopped at the border.

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    3. Yes you can damage enamel with any type of acid including citric, hydrogen peroxide (which is also an acid of sorts), and yes even baking soda. Fluoride also damages enamel (causes fluorosis). I invented teef because I knew that real remineralization is possible using real fundamental natural chemistry.

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  2. After using TEEF this last time for 6 months in between dental visits, the hygienist could not get floss in between my teeth for the first time- it had always been tight but possible- I have been using TEEF for about 2 years. The dentist & hygienist both thot I was doing massive grinding to my teeth,especially this time, even though I had been wearing a plastic dental guard every nite. They even thot my enamel was wearing, but I told them I had no sensitivities, and that my teeth felt sturdier than ever.

    I speculate that the dentist and hygienist both think grinding because this adds on a rough coating to the teeth. They can not even tell it is an additional coating. As far as, not being able to get floss in between my teeth, likely I should lay off for awhile- use only when feel sensitivities. It is good that there no big gaps in between teeth that food particles get caught, but not being able to floss in between is too much most likely.

    What are your thots on this? What is the history of longer term user of TEEF? Any idea if the enamel will smooth out again if I lay off the TEEF? I never dreamed that the effects from this where so obvious to dental personnel.

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    1. Hello Spartan. Sorry for the late reply. TEEF Powder should NOT replace using floss. Make sure you floss after each session with TEEF Powder. If normal floss isn't working, try using those plastic "flossers". Hope this helps!

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    2. In old batches of teef (1.0) I was getting buildup too. I had to take a dental hygenist pick and clean between my teeth and gumline. Since 2.0 I have not noticed any of this, but if you skip the dentist like me, I think it would be a good idea for me to take the dental picj to my gumline once a year at least.

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  3. Hi, do you think this powder could be combined with some kind of electrict current to make the components stick to natural enamel?

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    1. It's designed to be the way the body makes calcium ions stick to the enamel which is with tetracalcium phosphate and peroxide. I don't think electric current will enhance it.

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  4. I only see one size to order currently, but saw a refill larger size listed on your older formula. Is there only one size now? Or also a larger refill size as well? Didn't see one listed on order form. So happy to have found your product & you on YouTube, you really seem to know your stuff! Thank you in advance!

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    1. There is just one size currently. I just lowered the price to $12 from $14 due to updated packing method. Thank you for your support!

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    2. Apologies, the uneven surface that the dentist and dental hygienist found was from another product used- MSM or Sodium Chlorite. Read this article on the derivative of Sodium Chlorite etches you teeth. On Google Docs thru http://www.academia.edu/5820972/The_dangers_of_chlorine_dioxide_tooth_bleaching. At least I believe it is. I rinsed with this stuff for 5 min a day for several years. Sure it will kill streptococcus mutans like it was malaria, but it attacks your enamel( I am starting to think). I am sure one can use MSM or Sodium Chlorite without destroying your teeth, just swallow it vs rinse with it.

      Now my dentist is scared my enamel has worn away so much, so I am going re-dedicate my brushing to TEEF II . For those fans of MSM, I do not think it was the citric acid I was using to mix it up with( which read can get down to pH 2.2- not 6.0), but chlorine dioxide which is now believe not to be selective for organic molecules. Read this
      https://earthclinic.com/supplements/mms/ . Wow! taking Pro-biotics are suggested now too. So what people are saying about MSM is changing radically.

      I am going to use TEEF II and maybe iodine from now on to fight mouth bacteria.

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    3. Thanks for the update. I did notice buildup on my teeth too from teef 1.0 back in the day but I countered it with a dental pick and meticulously cleaned my teeth once. Haven't noticed any buildup since teef 2.0.

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  5. HI,
    How does your product work with teeth that already have minor cavities?
    Are there any negative effects you have heard of from your customers that have used your tooth powder over long period of time?
    I have heard of remineralizing ones teeth via diet, Westin Price model. Your powder seems to build an enamel solely from interaction in the mouth. Do understand this correctly?
    What is the longest anyone has used the powder, and at what consistancy? Any problems?
    Thank you in advance

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    1. NatureHacker has used it since the idea was conceived, and has not been to the dentist since. His teeth have never been better. It's designed to remineralize teeth the same way that saliva naturally remineralizes them, which is calcium phosphate ions and peroxide. The only negatives that NatureHacker has noticed along with other also noticing is teeth sensitivity. NatureHacker believes that the teeth sensitivity is caused by anaerobic bacteria, which can be killed with mint essential oil (which is an ingredient in 2.0).

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    2. 2.0 Do you believe any sensitivity is due to the addition of peroxide to the formula??? I need this product and am concerned about getting it and having the same problem.Did naturehacker have sensitivity from teef before the change to peroxide?

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    3. So you have noticed teeth sensitivity? To what? Also, that is my current problem. Would it be smart for me to use this tooth powder if I already have teeth sensitivity to cold/sweets?

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    4. Good questions. I did experience sensitivity along the way in perfecting the formula before the introduction ofnpeppermind and cinnamon essential oils. Now with the current recipies (from 2.0 and onwards) I have zero sensitivity. The peroxide is a very tiby amount and I added it just to help the TTCP stick to the enamel.

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  6. What are the exact directions? Obviously flossing I know now, but how long do you leave it on? Do you even wash it off? There were no directions on flossing with my little jar, now I can not get floss between my molars. I am using toothpicks and my fingernails, I thinking I am making some progress but I extremely tight teeth to begin with- I could get the floss in but would often break even beforehand. Anyway, what is your advice on this- other than flossers.

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    1. Hello Spartan, please refer to the instructions in this post https://www.teefpowder.com/2018/02/how-to-use.html If flossers aren't working well for you, use regular floss.

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    2. So it is a little water on your brush and a good amount of powder. Then pad it on your teeth, possibly brush them. How long do you leave it on your teeth? (range of time please)
      Do you rinse with water afterwards? Is it wise to leave it on your teeth all nite? How many times max should you use it per day? Reading other post, sounds like you leave it on a certain amount of time? rinse, then floss is that correct? These are basic questions, so anyone of you who use it regularly, including TEEF 2.0, feel free to reply.

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    3. The way I use it is little water on the brush, good amount of teef powder, and just brush like normal. I just use it as a replacement for toothpaste.

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  7. Do you have an vague idea whether TEEF Powder can impregnate into dental bonded resin material on teeth, whether be as an extending long a tooth or binding 2 teeth together in the case of closing 2-front-teeth gap(or diastima) and make it stronger? If so, what would be that idea or view.
    (Maybe half-way in resin and half-way on human enamel)

    Have you ever tried or heard of mixing dental bonded 2-part epoxy resin with TEEF powder right before one puts it on the teeth? If so, did the dental bonding material last longer?


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    1. First I would suggest against epoxy in the mouth as contains ultra high bpa levels. Secondly teeth gaps are natural and work with the way the gums are. Secondly hydroxyapatite cement is made mixing the proper porportions of dicalcium phospgate and tetracalcium phosphate (about 3:1 like in teef powder).

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  8. Nature Hacker, I have ordered from you a few weeks back but haven't received anything. I was wondering...I loved your YouTube videos but I can't find you on that other site. Can you link me to where your current videos are at?

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    1. It can take up to a couple weeks to receive the order. Email us if you have issues. No new videos posted yet.

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  10. A few teeth of mine are so worn down, very close to Dentin level, after my inadvertent acid-leaching. Do you have or have you heard of any crazy futuristic ideas on how to build actual layers of enamel-like material on top of the teeth's existing enamel, like a traditional dentist would add composite resin, porcelain or zirconia crowns? If so, please put it out there for the hell of it. It seems that if you built some type of crystalline scaffolding on top of the tooth, you could get the TEEF to stick to it.

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    1. The TTCPP is doubled now on 2.5 and future rev's so it is much more powerful. Really hydroxyapatite is the be all end all and is formed from dcp and ttcp. peroxide also seems to improve sticking to already formed structures.

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  11. Does anyone here leave the tooth powder on over night?

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    1. I haven't yet, just things to be aware of the essential oils are potent, make sure they don't burn. Also it may cause hydroxyapatite buildup on/between teeth, may want to use a dental pick to clean up afterwards.

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  12. Is revision 2.5 what is shipping currently?

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    1. yes. This revision will be shipping for the next few months.

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  13. How does this compare with regular toothpaste as far as eliminating plaque? and why?

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    1. Way better in my usage. Well, my theory is it supports enamel so it cannot be as easily eroded by acid and plaque producing bacteria. Also the powder nature of it helps scrubbing. Let us know what your thoughts are.

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  14. Since flossing every nite is so important as a particle of TEEF can block a inter proximal gap and cause food to be trapped there, can one just put it on one's tongue instead to receive some fraction of the benefit?

    Do you know of a way of detecting caries without going to the dentist that one can buy for home use? Say detect possible troublespot in mouth, put loads of TEEF on that spot while flossing every nite, til plastered over so much that not detected on home cavity tester anymore. Under $1200

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    1. I haven't had an issue with teef powder making it so food gets stuck more, not sure why that would be happening. You can get a dental kit at retail that has some dental tools. When I have been to the dentist they use a metal dental pik to push in the grinding surface of the tooth and if the pik stuck they investigated if it was a cavity. "Soft Spot" they called it. Since using teef daily I haven't had anything even close to a cavity and issues I have had before have gone away.

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    2. Another thing is I want to start a mouthwash soon which may help with your issue.

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    3. What do you use as feedback system, your own two eyes in the mirror only, disclosing tablets?

      So let me put it a different way, putting this on the tongue or using it as a rinse to feed the saliva rebuild system of the mouth will only do about 10% of the job, 90% of the job is done by plastering it onto the teeth themselves, and having it stick, especially to softspots ? is this correct?

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    4. Well I think on the tongue or just swishing it around would help. The tetracalcium phosphate peroxide is somewhat soluble in water and does stick to teeth.

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