|Kick off the New Year with an easy resolution: Use neem for healthier teeth, gums and body. The case for whiter teeth is easy, but a new report from the National Institutes of Health details the impact of oral health on nearly 60 other adverse health conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease.|
Why neem? Here’s a report on the clinical benefits of neem, detailing 20 years’ worth of research both in labs and on people. The conclusion is clear: “Regular brushing with Neem-containing toothpaste will reduce the deposition of plaque, prevents caries, and enhances the immune response for overall oral health. Frequent usage of mouthwash containing Neem extract will lessen gingival problems, and also treats halitosis.”
And why neem toothpowder? No other oral care product sold in the U.S. contains more neem than Neem Tree Farms’ toothpowder. It’s the first ingredient in every toothpowder we manufacture and it shows!
Check out the reviews and see what you think.
“I love the Neem toothpowder. I had to have surgery for periodontal disease. I’ve been using the Neem toothpowder and it has stopped the periodontal gum issues dead in their tracks. No more stains, no more gum recession, and teeth cleaning at the dental office is a breeze. I put toothpaste on the brush and then dip it into the powder. Highly recommend this product!”
January BOGOs include all three toothpowders – the original cinnamon and cloves, peppermint and cinnamon with xylitol. And while we stopped manufacturing our alcohol-based mouthwash, we add a tablespoon of Supercritical Neem Leaf & Bark to whatever mouthwash we’re using so we get the added power of neem to our oral care routines. Just include BOGO in the comment section and we’ll send you two for the price of one.
I have glaucoma do you think their is anything to cause me problems
No, neem wouldn’t impact glaucoma either way.