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(Natural News) Oral care is vital for your overall health, but not all dental hygiene products are created equal. While it is important to brush your teeth at least twice a day, the quality of the toothpaste you use has just as much of an impact on your dental health as the number of times you brush your teeth.

You might not realize it, but harmful toxins could easily be lurking in your toothpaste right now. Most commercial toothpastes are packed with dangerous compounds including fluoride, triclosan, artificial colors and sweeteners, and even propylene glycol, which is the main active ingredient in antifreeze. These questionable ingredients can be very harsh on your gums and teeth, and they can be incredibly harmful if ingested or absorbed into the bloodstream. Scientific studies indicate that all of these ingredients can have dangerous side effects. That’s especially true for fluoride, a known neurotoxin. Unfortunately, fluoride can be found in around 95 percent of all toothpaste products in America.

If you want to prevent these toxic chemicals from getting into your mouth, where they can possibly be absorbed into your bloodstream, you should instead opt for toothpaste products that are made using only natural bacteria-fighting ingredients that won’t harm your teeth and gums. Here are some of the ingredients you should look for in a high-quality toothpaste formula.

Sodium chloride (sea salt)

Sea salt is one of the oldest, most highly valued, and most used spices in the world. Not only can it be used to preserve food, but sea salt has been used in various traditional remedies for thousands of years to keep teeth clean. It even contains several trace elements and minerals that support lasting oral health. A key component in many ancient tooth cleaning powders, sea salt is used as an effective yet mild abrasive that can remove dirt and stains, as well as brighten teeth.

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USP sodium bicarbonate

High-quality sodium bicarbonate is considered by many to be an inexpensive, time-tested treatment for oral care. You can safely ensure strong, healthy teeth and gums by regularly brushing with a mixture of baking soda and sea salt.

Organic neem leaf

Recognized in India over 4,500 years ago, neem trees were often referred to as the “village dispensary.” As such, people often used the leaves of neem (Azadirachta indica) trees to maintain and preserve healthy teeth and gums. Studies show that neem leaf extract contains polyphenols with powerful antioxidant properties.

Spearmint oil

Spearmint essential oil is a common ingredient in many natural mouthwash formulas. Since it is soothing to soft tissues, such as your gums, spearmint oil can assist in your body’s natural healing process, while also cleansing your teeth and gums.

Myrrh powder

Used in Biblical times to anoint kings, myrrh possesses powerful antiseptic and astringent properties that promote healing and ease minor toothaches. This sap-like substance is a premium ingredient in fluoride-free oral care products since it can support gum health.

These ingredients are quite effective by themselves, but when you combine them, they can form a powerful dental care solution that can nourish your gums and teeth, while promoting oral health. Health Ranger Select Toothsalt with Neem features all of these tried and tested, health-promoting ingredients that have been used throughout the ages to support great oral health. This chemical-free toothsalt formula uses none of the harmful chemicals and toxins found in conventional toothpastes.

Maximize your oral health naturally by ditching the fluoride-filled toothpastes and replace them with healthier alternatives.

Sources include:

Earth911.com

HealthRangerSelect.com

HealthRangerStore.com


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