- A Legacy for Life
- Based on the Edgar Cayne Readings
- Dental Care for Whole Family
- Natural Tooth & Gum Cleanser
- Salt, Soda, & Prickly Ash Bark
- Suitable for Diabetics and Children
Sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, zanthoxylum clava herculis (prickly ash) bark, and mentha piperita (peppermint) leaf powder.
- Fluoride free
- Gluten free
- No artificial colors or flavors
- Sulfate free
- Paraben free
Promote gum circulation and clean teeth by brushing thoroughly with a soft bristle toothbrush and rinsing with warm water. Use in conjunction with Ipsadent Mouthwash and Ipsab Herbal Gum Massage for a complete oral health program. Great minty taste!
Ipsab Certified Tooth Powder. Natural Peppermint Flavor. A unique, all natural tooth and gum cleanser for the entire family. A finely milled and thoroughly mixed combination of pure salt, baking soda and prickly ash bark, with peppermint oils as flavoring. More information on request. Ipsab Tooth Powder is an all natural tooth and gum cleanser for the entire family. This tooth powder is Unique in that it contains Prickly Ash Bark, a traditional native American herb used for maintaining healthy gums. Baking soda has been used for oral hygiene for years, and now to fight plaque. Salt is beneficial for the maintenance of healthy gum tissue. Based on the recommendations of Edgar Cayce.
Do not swallow! Supervise children as necessary until capable of using without supervision.
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