It has been said that smoking pot can be bad for your teeth, causing quite a bit of severe, unnecessary tooth decay. Find out why and how cannabis infused toothpaste will change everything.

It has been speculated that regular pot smokers are less likely to take care of their teeth.

Research has also shown that cannabis smoke can release harmful chemicals into your teeth, potentially causing periodontitis or severe gum disease that can cause your teeth to fall out.

Studies show that smoking – whether it be cannabis or tobacco – is merely harmful to your health, and especially oral health, with cannabis smokers just as likely to develop issues, even if they don’t smoke tobacco.

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Alice Klee ~ Green Rush Daily ~

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