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Natural Toothpaste

by Lori

January 2010

I have an herbal toothpaste recipe that has done tremendous things for me. It uses equal parts of:
white oak bark powder, shave grass powder, clove powder, comfrey root powder, lobelia leaf powder and peppermint leaf powder. Just brush with it twice a day. It is amazing!

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I am a huge fan of your store and products. I'm fairly new to herbs, but
learning fast and enjoying the newfound "power" of knowledge and confidence
to help my family stay healthy. Thanks for all you do, especially on your
website, to guide and provide so much information for people like me. I was
intrigued by your note on brushing with a touch of cayenne. I have been
brushing with baking soda and a dab of peppermint or spearmint oil, in an
effort to "natural-ize" some of my health/body products. It leaves the mouth
feeling ultra-refreshed and invigorated, much as you described the ceyenne.
You might like to try it! May God continue to bless your ministry.

~Melinda


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