Thieves Toothpaste and Mouthwash:
Edible, Fluoride-free, Triclosan-free
Thieves [dentarome] Ultra Toothpaste (#3737) and Thieves Mouthwash (#3683) are completely free of all toxic chemicals and contain therapeutic essential oils well-known for oral health benefits. Yes, you can swallow the Thieves toothpaste and mouthwash daily and not worry about toxic ingredients!
The Thieves Ultra Toothpaste is a formula of edible, all-natural ingredients that gently clean and whiten teeth, freshen breath while harnessing the antimicrobial action of pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils for protection against cavities and tartar build-up.
Used in conjunction with the Thieves Mouthwash this pair is an awesome way to obtain squeaky clean teeth and benefits far outweighing store-bought toothpaste!
Thieves Ultra Toothpaste Ingredients:
- calcium carbonate
- peppermint essential oil (Mentha piperita)†
- Thieves® essential oil blend†
- zinc oxide
- deionized water
- vegetable glycerine
- essential oil base (thymol from Thymus vulgaris)†
- Eucalyptus globulus†
- methyl salycilate from wintergreen†
- xanthum gum
- zinc citrate
“Dentarome [Thieves Ultra Toothpaste] is an amazing toothpaste. The breath-freshening, teeth-cleansing and plaque-opposing properties of this formula are phenomenal. It is also very rare to see a toothpaste devoid of synthetic or carcinogenic ingredients like sodium lauryl sulfate, carregeenin and artificial colors.” ~ Terry Friedmann, M.D.
Toothpaste Poison Warnings
Warning labels like this are put on products for a reason. It is because they do contain poisonous ingredients that can cause harm or even cause death when too much is used. Little good that will do because the lining of the mouth has a 90% absorption efficiency.
Most toothpaste available today, with harmful chemicals like sodium lauryl sulfate, PEG-12, artificial sweeteners, and fluoride. These poisonous chemicals can have long-term, negative effects as they are absorbed into the blood slowly over time.
Sample warning label on the box of a popular brand of toothpaste…
Typical toothpaste warning label:
“Keep out of reach of children under 6 years of age. If you accidentally swallow more than used for brushing, seek professional help or contact a poison control center immediately.”
Typical mouthwash caution label:
“In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a poison control center immediately. Do not use in children under six years of age. Supervise children over six.”
Read what Dr. Joseph Mercola has to say about fluoride.
Why would you need to call the Poison Control Center?
Quite simply, it doesn’t take much toothpaste to injure or even kill a child or adult who swallows toothpaste. The two ingredients responsible for most swallowing emergencies are: Sodium lauryl sulfate and Fluoride.
You and your children can swallow Thieves toothpaste and mouthwash daily and never once worry about poisoning yourselves – there is no warning label on these edible dental care products!
Toothpaste Should Shield Against Oral Germs
Researchers at the Tokyo Dental College noted that more than 300 different species of bacteria are found in populations of several hundred billion in the human oral cavity (read: ‘Dirtiest’ place on the body). They estimated that this number reaches a thousand billion when the mouth is not sufficiently cleaned.
Most toothpaste available today, with harmful chemicals like sodium lauryl sulfate (which is nothing more than an ingredient that makes ‘foam’ – foamy suds, whether in toothpaste, soaps or detergents foam and suds do NOT clean anything), PEG-12, fluoride, artificial sweeteners, will have long-term, negative effects as they are absorbed into the blood (our skin absorbs everything we apply to it, our mouth does too but even more-so than our skin).
The May 2000 Surgeon General’s Report on oral health emphasized the connection between oral and systemic health In addition, over a hundred studies have documented a correlation between dental and periodontal infections and other acute and chronic infections in the body. [2,3,4,5]
W.J. Loesche, PhD, at the University of Michigan’s Microbiology and Immunology School of Medicine, stated:
“Maintaining good oral health should receive the highest priority for a healthy life”
Japanese researchers agree, saying:
“Oral health care, primarily mouth cleaning, is important not only for oral disease but also a healthy life.”
Ingredients in Thieves Ultra ‘edible’ Toothpaste
- The inclusion of therapeutic thyme†, wintergreen†, peppermint† and Eucalyptus globulous† essential oils are in a concentration of 2.5%, these active ingredients kill bacteria that cause gingivitis, tooth decay, and bad breath.
- Therapeutic clove† essential oil is also an ingredient, which has been used in dental hygiene during the early history of dentistry.
- The essential oils in the Thieves Ultra Toothpaste are encapsulated in a patented liposome complex that attaches to the mucous membranes of the mouth, creating a time-release effect for more sustained breath freshening and antiseptic action.
- Xylitol is a special five-carbon sugar alcohol that prevents the growth of bacteria such as Streptoccocus mutans (MRSA) that are responsible for tooth decay. Ingestion of xylitol has been shown to build bone strength and density in numerous well-controlled studies.
- Papain is an anti-stain enzyme derived from papayas, that keeps teeth white.
- A special, non-abrasive, more-than-850-mesh calcium (the smallest size particle size that exists in carbonate) has a unique geometric configuration that replaces sharp edges with rounded contours. Most toothpaste has 200-mesh or greater size particles, which strip away tooth enamel to soft underlying dentin. We notice then when we ‘feel’ the grittiness of store-bought toothpaste itself.
- Nano-particle zinc oxide enhances the essential oils’ effects.
- Zinc citrate stops tartar build-up around teeth.
Consider the Start Living with Thieves kit: an option is for those who wish to be a wholesale customer or distributor, kit contains all of the Thieves products!
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† 100% pure therapeutic-grade essential oil
1. I. Chen, “The Surgeon General’s report on oral health: implications for research and education,” NY State Dent J. 2000 Nov;66(9):38-42.
2. M. Imsand, et al., “Bronchopneumonia and oral health in hospitalized older patients. A pilot study,” Gerodontology, 2002 Dec;19(2):66-72.
3. P. Mojon, “Oral health and respiratory infection,” J Can Dent Assoc. 2002 Jun;68(6):340-5.
4. G.W. Taylor, “Impact of oral diseases on systemic health in the elderly: diabetes mellitus and aspiration pneumonia,” J Public Health Dent. 2000 Fall;60(4):313-20.
5. R.A. Seymour, J.G. Steele, “Is there a link between periodontal disease and coronary heart disease?” Br Dent J. 1998 Jan 10;184(1):33-8.
6. W.J. Loesche, “Periodontal disease: link to cardiovascular disease,” Compend Contin Educ Dent. 2000 Jun;21(6):463-6, 468, 470 passim; quiz 484.