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BRIGHT tooth polish

 

INGREDIENTS: Organic raw coconut oil, clay, organic untreated sea salt, peroxide, natural baking soda, essential oils of cinnamon, peppermint, tea tree, myrrh, and clove.

Teeth are very porous and the tiny microscopic holes in them make them susceptible to bacteria. Contrary to popular belief, sugar does not cause cavities per se, rather, sugar, and foods high in phytic acids, demineralize the body, making teeth more susceptible to bacteria causing cavitation. We have formulated BRIGHT tooth polish with the finest ingredients to support a healthy mouth.

Teeth are living and can therefore heal and repair. Baking soda promotes tooth re-mineralization, acts as a gentle polishing agent, neutralizes odors, and helps create an alkaline environment. The debate over the benefits of fluoride, used in conventional tooth paste, is on-going. Current science overwhelmingly shows fluoridation has little to no benefit in preventing dental caries. We are exposed to many sources of fluoride and it is cumulative. Studies have shown the connection of fluoride toxicity to impaired thyroid function, immune system function, diminished IQ, and many more adverse symptoms.

Clay is a mineral product that is nourishing and highly detoxifying. It is used as a gentle tooth polish. Natural clay is high in silica, magnesium, iron, calcium and potassium.

We use organic, raw, and unrefined coconut oil in our BRIGHT tooth polish. Coconut oil is anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral. Coconut oil improves circulation, and prevents periodontal disease and tooth decay. Coconut oil also improves calcium and magnesium absorption and supports the development of stronger bones and teeth.

EAA uses untreated, unheated, solar dried Mediterranean and Hawaiian sea salts. These sea salts are high in minerals and trace elements. Natural sea salt has anti-bacterial properties, is naturally antiseptic, and has been known to reduce pain.

The essential oils used in BRIGHT were selected for their anti-microbial and healing properties. Cinnamon is highly anti-microbial. Research has shown cinnamon oil to be highly effective in addressing streptococcus mutans and lactobacillus platarum. These bacteria are responsible for tooth decay and gum disease. Clove oil is also highly antimicrobial and is the most concentrated antioxidant known. Myrrh essential oil is both anti-septic and soothing to gum tissue. Tea Tree oil is also anti-microbial, immunostimulant, and analgesic. Peppermint oil is anti-bacterial, and analgesic. Peppermint oil can enhance or restore the sense of taste because it stimulates the trigeminal nerve.

USE: Because we use pure and natural ingredients in our BRIGHT tooth polish you may notice a change in its consistency due to temperature fluctuations. Use desired amount on either a wet or dry tooth brush. Brush gently for 2 minutes, morning and before bed, daily, to keep teeth clean and bright.

 

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