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Is Natural Toothpaste the Best Answer?

Natural toothpaste has received a lot of press lately. You may have been tempted to try it but wondered if it was really the best answer for your dental hygiene. It’s a reasonable question to ask, since regular toothpaste is so much more readily available, and since it seems to be less expensive than natural toothpaste, too. But, the truth is, natural toothpaste really is better for your teeth. It contains only the ingredients your teeth really need, without harmful chemicals found in regular toothpaste. The most important ingredient in any cleansing system for the mouth is mint oil. Mint oil is known to be the best anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal product you can use in your mouth. Though all toothpastes contain mint, natural ones contain far more mint, so your mouth is cleaner and more bacteria free. Killing the bacteria in your mouth is toothpaste’s most important job. The physical act of brushing removes most of the food and debris; even if you brushed just with water. So, your toothpaste is there to kill the germs. When the bacteria are not cleaned regularly from your mouth, you’ll suffer from gingivitis and bad breath. Regular toothpastes also contain things you don’t need for cleaning your mouth. For example, sodium laurel sulfate is a common ingredient in toothpaste. It is used to make the toothpaste foam, but it’s basically soap. Not only do you not need it to get your teeth clean, it can be very irritating to the skin of many people. In addition, regular toothpaste contains fluoride, which is not needed by adults, and which can be toxic in high doses. It’s even questionable whether children need fluoride in their toothpaste, since most of us drink it in our water, too. Overdoses of fluoride can actually be bad for your teeth, causing a mottled gray appearance. And, natural toothpaste only seems more expensive. Though you’ll pay more for a container, it will more highly concentrate than any toothpaste you’ve ever used, so it will last much longer. Some can even be diluted in water for use as a mouthwash, too. The keys to success in the battle against gum disease and most oral problems are hidden in nature. Fighting the bacteria that causes the problem is the first place to start and specific species of peppermint and spearmint oils are scientifically proven to be anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-microbial. Get your mouth in mint condition today!

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