(NaturalNews) Stay-at-home mother of three and liberty activist Jessica Arman discovered a way to channel her inner creativity toward an entrepreneurial dream she never imagined possible just a few years ago.
Driven by an inspiration to help others and her family, Jessica utilized her background in nutritional supplements to launch an all-natural product capable of improving full-body health.
While a proud mother of two beautiful boys and a lovely young daughter, Jessica yearned for more. Struggling with the usual stresses and demands associated with being a mother and a wife, Jessica felt herself enter into a period of placidity, frozen in the bustle of everyday life.
Until one day, when a phone call unpredictably unleashed a flood of creativity, curing the tension she had been feeling and relieving her restlessness.
A call for help
While employed as a customer service representative for a raw ingredient company north of San Antonio, Jessica became knowledgeable about natural health ingredients and their applications. That knowledge was put to the test after receiving a phone call from a woman inquiring about an order she placed.
The woman said she ordered charcoal powder and wanted to use it as toothpaste but hadn't received instructions. Unsure of this particular use for charcoal, Jessica sought help from her manager, who responded almost frantically, insisting that using charcoal powder on teeth could cause serious damage, including permanent staining and scratching of the enamel.
Jessica conveyed the warning to the woman, but she persisted, claiming she read online that charcoal powder helped remove teeth stains.
Still concerned, Jessica asked the woman to postpone her plans, giving her a chance to test it herself first.
Experimenting with nature
Jessica was motivated to test the charcoal powder due to tooth discoloration being an issue that hit close to home. From an early age, Jessica's daughter suffered from amelogenesis imperfecta, a painful tooth development disorder affecting the enamel.
Discoloration and sensitivity to rapid wear and breakage is often associated with the condition. Previously used products failed, offering Jessica's daughter no relief.
While experimenting with different substances, Jessica discovered the perfect formulation of activated coconut shell charcoal powder and calcium bentonite clay. Calcium bentonite clay, described as "Mother Nature's pharmacy" by Natural News, is derived from volcanic ash composed of trace minerals in their natural oxide form that have formed over millions of years, resulting in a clay with cleansing, detoxifying and healing properties.
Activated charcoal has been used medicinally for centuries due to its ability to rid the body of poisonous toxins. The two substances together create a powerful, purifying tooth powder. My Magic Mud was born
Feeling confident about her discovery, Jessica provided 50 complimentary samples to friends and family, asking for feedback. The results were stunning. Despite its messy application (it is charcoal after all, so your mouth turns completely black), users reported whiter teeth in less than four uses.
The tooth powder may also help strengthen teeth and reduce sensitivity, toothaches and canker sores.
Some describe the experience as an "exorcism for your mouth."
My Magic Mud's raw ingredients are non-GMO and locally harvested within the USA. The packaging process takes place in New Braunfels, a city approximately 40 miles south of Austin, Texas.
Libertarian talk show host Mark Edge interviewed Jessica about her product in which she described how My Magic Mud actually "polishes your enamel while strengthening," leaving behind a beautiful shine. It just leaves your teeth feeling strong, she added.
Edge, an admittedly heavy coffee drinker, agreed. "Within the first three applications, all stains were gone," said Edge. It leaves your mouth feeling "so clean it squeaks."
My Magic Mud appeals to a variety of audiences, including anti-fluoride supporters, the health-conscious, elderly seeking to strengthen their teeth and pregnant women looking to avoid chemicals. It's also the only whitener safe for children.
Dr. Griffin Cole, a prestigious West Lake dentist who admittedly never endorses products, offered his praise. Cole described the product as being "quite beneficial" and a "very good extrinsic cleaner."
Dr. Cole likes the product so much that he's stocked his office with it, offering it to his clients.
"My hygienist, unbeknownst to me, they're now recommending it, and I didn't ask them to," said Dr. Cole. "I just said try it and see what you think, and they're recommending it." Venturing on success
Launched in January 2014, the liberty-oriented health company watched sales skyrocket. My Magic Mud is now available in a variety of local farmer's markets, and nearly 30 natural health stores located throughout Nebraska, Texas, Alaska, Indiana, Louisiana and Canada.
Not only is My Magic Mud effective and safe, but it's an alternative to cheaply made toxic products marketed and sold by large corporations interested in profiteering rather than protecting your health.
Purchasing products like My Magic Mud helps improve your health and supports ma and pop liberty-oriented businesses, something Austin takes particular interest in, hence the slogan "Keep Austin Weird."
Using your dollars to promote quality, safe products also makes it more difficult for corporations to sell the bad stuff, subsequently minimizing their profits while encouraging smaller companies you can trust.
Message to mommies
Jessica hopes to reach as many mommies as possible with her story, encouraging others to pursue their entrepreneurial spirit, which can bring beautiful, creative energy to every household.
"Being a business owner is a lot of work, but it is really the path towards being the author of your own life, writing your own script," said Jessica.
"Part of the My Magic Mud journey is to inspire families to take their current talents and make them profitable. What a wonderful example to our children: making people's lives better with a product or service, and flourishing while doing so!"