Buy Sarakan toothpaste without Fluoride and Organic Children Mandarin toothpaste
To get away from Fluoride toothpastes
If like me you don't want to use toothpastes that contain Fluoride you may have to shop around to find good alternatives without the harmful ingredient. We all want to keep our teeth and gums healthy but it has become really difficult to get brands without Fluoride added although it can be done. The answer is to go to health stores or to buy online from the websites and suppliers of healthy alternatives.
Two toothpastes I use and recommend are Sarakan and Organic Children Mandarin Toothpaste.
Toothpastes without Fluoride
Sarakan toothpaste with Salvadora persica
Sarakan toothpaste is approved by the British Dental Foundation and gets the thumbs up from me too. This brand of paste is callded "Nature's Toothpaste" by G.R. Lane Health Products that make it.
Sarakan has no Fluoride and has added Salvadora persica, which is a tree that is widely used for helping to clean teeth and is known as the Toothbrush Tree. A twig taken from this tree is known as Miswak or Siwak and has been used by Muslims for dental hygiene. It is believed that the Prophet Mohammed recommended its use.
Although Sarakan is not a Miswak twig it contains the natural extract of this tree and Wikipdeia informs us: "Studies indicate that Salvadora persica extract is somewhat comparable to other oral disinfectants and anti-plaque agents like Triclosan and Chlorhexidine gluconate if used at a very high concentration."
Sarakan toothpaste contains no harmful Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS), no artificial sweeteners, no added colours or preservatives and is suitable for use by vegans.
SLS is a foaming agent and industrial degreaser and not surprisingly has been shown to cause inflammation and it is also thought to be carcinogenic.
As for Fluoride it was used by the Nazis to control their victims and to cause them to be infertile. It is known as a substance that makes people docile and easy to control and is thought to be being used to dumb down the populations. It is also a waste product of the aluminum industry and is marked as a poison. So why should we have it in our toothpaste and in our domestic water supply? I certainly don't want it in mine!
Sarakan toothpaste is flavoured with the oils of Peppermint, Cloves and Geranium.
Organic Children Mandarin Toothpaste
I am not a child, well perhaps in many ways I am still, but I am using the excellent Organic Children Mandarin Toothpaste. It was obviously the best of a small range available in a health shop I was in. You see not all products sold in health stores are actually healthy and some have harmful ingredients so it still pays to check the labels. I had a look at what was in Organic Children Mandarin Toothpaste and saw that it looked perfect. And so it was!
Organic Children Mandarin Toothpaste has nothing that is in any way toxic and contains no foaming agents like SLS, no Fluoride, no artificial flavourings, sweeteners, colourings or preservatives. As it says on the tube: "100% Natural, No Nasties."
Organic Children Mandarin Toothpaste is made by the Green people Company Ltd and has certified organic ingredients. Vegans can use this product and it carries the approval of the Good Shopping Guide as an Ethical Company.
It also tastes just like mandarins!
Toothpaste without fluoride links
- Sarakan | Home
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- Natural toothpaste for babies and children from Green People
Organic Childrens Mandarin Toothpaste: perfect for delicate teeth and gums. Does not contain fluoride or any harsh chemicals.
- Miswak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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