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Perfect your pearly whites with an ultra-minty, bio-mineral tooth spa. A tiny pearl sized tooth-mask of natural nano-minerals will seal and brighten teeth as a burst of peppy plant power freshens breath, tongue, and gums. Brush as usual and/or apply with a dry toothbrush and leave on for a few minutes before rinsing to experience triple mint condition.
Triple Mint Enamelizer Toothpaste elevates your oral care to bacterial-balanced coolness. Peppermint, Spearmint, and Wild Mint are swirled into icy-cleanliness for the freshest breath melded with biocompatible Nano-hydroxyapatite that takes your smile to the peak of bright, super-smooth teeth. Nano-hydroxyapatite is the main mineral in enamel and helps keep teeth looking white and feeling smooth by sealing and smoothing the surface of the enamel.
Directions: Put a small dab on a dry toothbrush and coat the teeth. Leave on for a few minutes for a re-enamlizing tooth mask, then brush and rinse. Follow with a dental serum of Yogi, Mint + Myrrh, or Happy Gum Drops for a boost, and the 8 Steps to Successful Oral Care. This toothpaste formula is awesome for children, horses, and dogs too. Spa option: Apply a small amount to silicone dental tray and leave on for 20 minutes.
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Cinnamon (Cinnamomum ceylanicum), Neem (Azadiracta Indica), Baking Soda (Sodium bicarbonate), Coconut Oil.
Cinnamon, Cinnamomum ceylanicum
Our cinnamon bark essential oil is infused with the regenerative properties of Madagascar cinnamon trees. Eugenol and cineol compounds found in cinnamon contain potent anesthetic, antiseptic and antibacterial properties. This organic oil stimulates blood circulation to the gums, increases the production of white blood cells and, according to the work of Drs Franchomme and Pènoel, protects against 98% of all pathogenic bacteria.
Neem, Azadiracta indica
Neem contains powerful pain-relieving compounds that are particularly effective at taming a toothache. These anti-inflammatory and vasodilatation compounds prevent cell adhesion and kill the bacteria that cause tooth decay. Neem alkalizes the gums and mouth, and kills the bacteria that cause Pyorrhea and Gingivitis. It also obliterates the organisms that cause cavities and prevents calcium from forming on the teeth.
In Sanskrit, the word for neem is 'arista,' which translates to “perfect, complete, and imperishable.” Neem has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic practices, especially in traditions concerning agriculture, food storage, and medicine. Many research studies have proven the fungicidal, miticidal, and antibacterial properties of neem. Neem oil is an ideal remedy for eliminating periodontal and tooth infections. It can be applied locally around the teeth and gums, and is also beneficial for the gastrointestinal tract.
Baking Soda, Sodium bicarbonate
Commonly known as baking soda or bicarbonate of soda, this substance is a naturally occurring compound found in the human body and in many mineral springs. Among other metabolic functions, bicarbonate works to buffer and neutralize plaque acids in saliva.
Baking soda, which is often combined with sea salt, has been used as a toothpaste for centuries. In addition to being an effective cleaning polish, baking soda is gentle. It is significantly less abrasive than cleaning agents like chalk and silica that are found in most commercial toothpastes. Baking soda’s natural alkalinity also neutralizes bacterial acidity. Baking soda has been recommended as an effective tooth polish by doctors and experts like Dr. Hulda Clark, dentist Robert Nara, Dr. Paul H. Keyes D.D.S., and Edgar Cayce. Dr. Keyes, a clinical investigator at the National Institute of Dental Research, advises regular brushing with salt and/or baking soda to prevent destructive periodontal (gum) disease. According to Dr. Keyes, “I asked thousands of dentists and hygienists to raise their hands if they had ever seen destructive periodontal disease in person[s] who had regularly brushed with salt and/or [baking] soda. I have never seen a hand! And although I have not seen many such cases, the periodontal health in these patients has always been excellent.”
With thousands of dentists touting the preventative power of baking soda, there has never been a better time to add this wonder-ingredient to your oral care regimen.
Extra virgin coconut oil is an antibacterial wonder. Containing seven different naturally occurring acids, coconut oil prevents tooth decay by reducing harmful bacteria in the mouth. Candida albicans, a fungus that causes oral infections, is no match for the antifungal powers of coconut oil. Researchers at Ireland’s Athlone Institute of Technology have even called it “the healthiest oil on earth.” Super-ingredients in this oil include Caprylic acid, Capric acid, Lauric acid, Myristic acid, Palmitic acid, Stearic acid, and Oleic acid. Avoid while pregnant.
Listen to our podcast interview with Nadine Artemis, founder of Living Libations, by clicking on the link here. Nadine is on the cutting edge of holistic beauty, and especially oral care. In this interview she discusses her book Holistic Dental Care.