Ayurvedic Herbal Neem Toothpowder –
Size 15 grams. or 1 month supply
I quit using store bought toothpastes since 2008, even the natural kind. I have not been to a dentist in a long time and hope to keep it that way.
The Herbal Neem Toothpowder is created to support your oral health and teeth. It contains many herbs and essential oils that protect against tooth decay, cavities, gingivitis and bleeding gums. Once you get used to it you will never stop using it.
Ingredients: Azadirachta Indica (Neem), Syzygium Aromaticum (Clove), Cinnamomum Verum (Cinnamon), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint), Sodium Chloride (Salt), Brassica Nigra (Black Mustard) & Proprietary Blend of Essential Oils.
Directions: Dip a dry toothbrush into the toothpowder and start brushing like regular toothpaste. Add water on the brush if powder feels too dry. Swish with oil after brushing.
Benefits of the Ingredients:
Neem can help against gum disease, cavities, eliminate bacteria that cause cavities, and reduce inflammation of the gums.
Clove oil encourages healthy teeth and gums, and is a traditional remedy for relieving toothache, sore gums and oral ulcers.
Cinnamon extracts have been shown to be protective against bacteria living in the oral microflora that could cause bad breath, tooth decay, cavities, or mouth infections, while also naturally freshening your breath.
Peppermint extract is extremely effective at killing anaerobic bacteria, the type of bacteria that thrive in a low oxygen environment such as the mouth, and can cause gum disease. Peppermint has been also used to naturally freshen breath. According to studies, it performs even better than the mouthwash chemical chlorhexidine at reducing cavities.
Salt will help remove stains and brighten teeth. Salt is also a natural source of fluoride. Salt acts as a disinfectant to kill the bacteria that can cause bad breath and gingivitis.
Black Mustard is packed full of calcium which helps build bones and teeth. It can also be rubbed on gums to strengthen them, while also protecting teeth from germs.
CAUTION: If PREGNANT or BREAST FEEDING do not use. Select the Clay Based Toothpowder instead
How to use the Ayurvedic Herbal Neem Toothpowder?
Dip your toothbrush in your toothpowder container. Use the powder to gently brush the teeth. Add a little water to the brush if needed.
- All Natural – meaning contains herbs, minerals and essential oils ONLY.
- No SLS or No foaming agent
- Gluten Free
- No artificial flavouring
- No colouring agent
- No fluoride
- No glycerin
- No natural or other sweetener (Sweetened with herbs)
- Zero waste packaging
- Handcrafted by Herbalist Nahid Ameen
- Follows Ayurvedic and Western Herbal Medicine philosophy
- Cruelty Free – no animal testing
More Information on the Herbs
Neem: Neem is “THE” herb for tooth care. It is used to destroy pathogenic bacteria on contact, cleanse wounds and protect infected skin. Its antibacterial properties can help to eliminate the bacteria that cause dental decay and bad breath. Neem has pain-relieving compounds that can reduce the discomfort of a toothache. It also has vasodilatation and anti-inflammatory compounds that can prevent cell adhesion and destroy the bacteria that cause tooth decay, cavities, Pyorrhea and Gingivitis. Neem leaf powder is alkalizing and it also eradicates the calcium-forming organisms.
Clove: Cloves have been used to treat toothaches for thousands of years. It relieves pain and discomfort. The active ingredient in clove is eugenol that combats pain and promotes healthy gum, fresh breath and strong teeth. It is a potent anti-microbial.
Cinnamon: It is antiseptic, antibacterial and it stimulates blood circulation to the gums to promote gum regeneration. Cinnamon is rich in eugenol and cineol, both of which have anesthetic properties that increase the production of white blood cells.
Celtic sea salt: Salt contains many minerals and therefore is extremely good to maintain oral hygiene. Salt can reduce swollen gums and draw infection out of any abscesses. Salt is helpful for oral health because it is anti-microbial and alkalizing.