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The Benefits of Charcoal

Charcoal, when applied in manufacturing, is called activated charcoal. Made from sawdust, coal, peat, coconut shells, olive pits, or petroleum coke under high temperature that changes its pores’ structural size and increases the surface area, charcoal transforms into a beneficial ingredient.
Ideal for healthcare uses, charcoal has antibacterial properties. Its negatively charged porous surface attracts positively charged ions found in toxic substances, gases, and microorganisms. Indirectly, it helps to reduce unpleasant odours for oral hygiene purposes. Similarly, charcoal made toothbrush bristles are useful in teeth whitening as they effectively remove plaque and other teeth-staining compounds.

An antibacterial agent is an active substance that fights against bacterial infections by interfering with the growth and reproduction of bacteria. Therefore, it is ideal for household and industrial cleaning products, as well as personal hygiene products.
Possessing antibacterial properties, a toothbrush made from charcoal keeps your teeth clean and your gums healthy.

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This article provides general healthcare and knowledge about oral hygiene to facilitate public understanding of relevant topics, but is notintended to substitute professional advice, substantial diagnosis, or medical treatment. For any medical condition or treatment, in which professional advice is required, please consultyour dentist or any qualified healthcare provider to obtain sufficient insight.