Vegetable toothpaste with long-lasting freshness
over 90 % natural ingredients
contains 10 super herbs: Neem, Lungwort, Babool, Vajra Danti, Meswak, Maju Phal, Peppermint, Bakul, Vidanga, Cloves
without genetic engineering
Main ingredients and their effects
The main ingredient of the toothpaste is Acacia nilotica. This is a tree species that is also known as the babul tree or Indian gum arabic tree. In traditional medicine, various parts of the tree are used to treat gastrointestinal complaints, skin diseases and infections. Some studies have also investigated the plant's potential in fighting parasites, cancer cells and inflammation. Acacia nilotica is a versatile tree that is valued in many parts of the world for its adaptability, ecological importance and its economic and medicinal uses.
Peppermint oil, which is extracted from Mentha piperita, is the second ingredient. The characteristic minty taste and smell of peppermint oil is effective against bad breath and gives long-lasting fresh breath. Peppermint oil also has natural antibacterial properties. It can help fight harmful bacteria in the mouth and reduce the formation of plaque and gingivitis. Menthol, a component of peppermint oil, has anti-inflammatory properties. It can help soothe gum inflammation and reduce swelling in the mouth. Not to mention, peppermint oil can produce a pleasant cooling sensation in the mouth that is considered refreshing and can have a calming effect. Due to its cooling and anti-inflammatory properties, peppermint oil can provide temporary relief from toothache, especially for sensitive teeth or gum problems.
The next ingredient is Syzygium aromaticum - also known as cloves. Cloves contain a compound called eugenol, which has strong antibacterial properties. When cloves are included in toothpaste, they can fight the growth of bacteria in the mouth and reduce the risk of tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath. In addition, cloves have a natural anaesthetic effect and can act as a mild painkiller. The eugenol in cloves also has anti-inflammatory properties. It can reduce inflammation in the gums and provide relief from gum sensitivity and swelling.
Salvadora persica, also known as the toothbrush tree, contains natural fibres that help remove plaque and bacteria from teeth. Its natural antibacterial and antimicrobial properties can reduce the number of harmful bacteria in the mouth and help prevent gum disease and tooth decay. In addition, Salvadora persica helps to reduce gingivitis and promote gum Health.
Mimusops elengi is the scientific name for a tree that is also known as the "elephant mulberry". It contains bioactive compounds that may have antimicrobial properties. These compounds can help inhibit the growth of bacteria in the mouth that can cause tooth decay and gum disease. Certain ingredients of Mimusops elengi may have anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, its flowers can help to give a fresh mouthfeel and freshen breath.
Azadirachta indica, also known as the neem tree, contains antimicrobial compounds such as nimbidin and azadirachtin, which have antibacterial and antiviral properties. These compounds can help fight harmful bacteria in the mouth and reduce the formation of plaque and tooth decay. Neem has anti-inflammatory properties that can help relieve gingivitis and other inflammatory conditions in the mouth. It can also help in reducing bleeding gums and swelling. Naturally, it can help reduce and whiten discolouration on the teeth. Surface discolouration is removed.