11.11.2016

The Holy Grail of Teeth Remineralization: Tetracalcium phosphatehydroxyapatite open source patent

I want to thank Alaina and her video that inspired me to try to make this, here is her channel:

How to make tetracalcium phosphate (TTCP): 1M CaOH 1M TCP mixed and heated in combustion capsule till it melts with oxidizing flame with an oxyacetylene torch.

Check the health remedies tab above to find my TEEF powder for sale that uses this exclusive ingredient.

So I have been using calcium hydroxide and tricalcium phosphate in my teef powder with the knowledge that these two ingredients react slowly over time to create hydroxyapatite.  The thought was if I put them both together and brush my teeth with it, it will over time add enamel to the teeth.  This is right but the process is very slow because the reaction of these two chemicals takes forever.  There is another reaction that forms hydroxyapatite that I wasn't aware of before and that is tetracalcium phosphate plus dicalcium phosphate.  These two react much more quickly to produce hydroxyapatite since dicalcium phosphate is more of an acid and tetra is a base whereas calcium hydroxide and tricalcium phosphate are both bases so they react much slower.  When we are trying to remineralize the teeth time is of the essence and we want the hydroxyapatite to form quickly so it can leave a substantial deposit on the teeth simply from just the time it takes to brush.

The problem is tetracalcium phosphate is  at minimum $2 a gram with a $200 minimum and more likely around $15-35 per gram.  The reason is a complex procedure and nano ingredients are needed so that this molecule can form at typical furnace temperatures of 1000-1500 celcius.  Even then since they are doing long reactions at low temperatures their products are often very impure.  The most pure reaction is calcium hydroxide plus tricalcium phosphate but this requires a temperature of roughly 2500-3000 C.  People don't realize but that temperature is easy to attain with an oxyacetylene torch; you basically weld the powders together.  Make sure you se an oxidizing flame so no carbonaceous soot turns your powder black.

Just simply melt the powders together and let it cool quickly and you will have TTCP (tetracalcium phosphate) lumps.  You need a good big ceramic (preferably coorstek) mortar and pestle to grind the powder down nice and fine.  This powder is slightly soluble in water and will combine with dicalcium phosphate powder in your mixture when water is added to form hydroxyapatite.  This can be used for making natural bone pieces too.

This ingredient will replace the calcium hydroxide in my TEEF powder soon, check the health remedies tab above!
Reference: https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jnm/2014/840102

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