Neem toothpaste with extract of bark and sap of neem. 100 ml tube.
(Total weight: 225 gr.)
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In ancient times, the people of the India did not use toothpaste, only natural toothbrushes. Chewing twigs of the neem tree has been the preferred method for preventing dental problems in the India for many centuries. These rural people never used toothbrushes, in the Western sense, nevertheless, they had a perfect set of teeth. Recent research shows the effectiveness of the use of neem to prevent caries and tooth loss (clic here to read one of these investigations.
Based on such research, you must take into account that the cortex is the most effective part of the neem to uses of dental care (hence the chewing twigs). However, manufacturers are reluctant to include extracts of cortex in the composition of toothpastes, due to its brown color. So most of the brands, even in the India, do not include this ingredient in the composition, trying to avoid possible visual rejection of consumers.
This toothpaste contains bark and sap of the neem tree; which are well known for its fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. For this reason, it is extremely effective against inflamed or bleeding gums. For such problems, the most convenient is to complement the use of toothpaste with neem capsules or tea consumption (both with the same ingredient: leaf extract).
Current studies coincide with the evidence of thousands of years of traditional use, that neem can:
• prevent and cure periodontitis,
• prevent tooth decay,
• remove the bacteria that cause tooth decay and inflammation of the gums,
• prevent bacteria from adhering to teeth (reduce bacterial plaque),
• increase the immunity of the mouth in general,
• and thanks to all above, as well as its other natural constituents, it keeps breath fresh and odor-free.
IMPORTANT: Many people ask if you can use neem oil as an additive to toothpaste. Neem oil is for external use only, to combat insects, pests and parasites; and for care of the hair and skin. But, it is not safe to take it internally. Especially, in the case of children. Toothpaste or oral consumption products should not be done with neem oil . However, some consumers appear to have experienced remarkable improvements in problems of periodontitis, rubbing the gums with a few drops of pure neem oil soaked cotton. In any case, being careful not to swallow the oil.
• Extract of Neem (Azadirachta indica) - bactericidal and anti-inflammatory.
• Yastimadhu or Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) - eliminate bad breath.
• Eucalyptus oil (Eucalyptus) - antimicrobial, analgesic and anti-inflammatory.
• Tea tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)-antiseptic, antifungal and antibiotic.
Other components: calcium carbonate (obtained from natural deposits in the Earth), Purified water, Di-Calcium-phosphate (naturally occurring mineral), Sorbitol (vegetable oil), Glycerin (vegetable oil), Sodium Lauryl Sulfato (vegetable oil), Natural flavor (plant oils), Viscarina (obtained from seaweed), Saccharin.
Without fluoride, preservatives, artificial flavours or colourings. It does not contain animal derivatives.
PRESENTATION: 100 ml. of neem toothpaste.
Tube of 100 ml. Neem toothpaste ....... 7.80 € (VAT incl.)