Ayurvedic Toothpaste

I've recently been reading a lot about about Ayerveda- an ancient form of eastern medicine.  I read the books, took the Dosha test (I'm Pitta with an unhappy Vata- eek), and bought the things I needed to balance that shit out!  Toothpaste was not exactly on the list of recommendations- it was more like ghee (clarified butter), massage oil, incense.  But, I'm an all or nothing girl when it comes to new discoveries, so toothpaste went straight into the shopping cart.  

It tastes like licorice and foams up like normal toothpaste.  My teeth feel clean and I'm not nervous about using it since I understand everything on the ingredients list.  Très importante- unlike the majority of products in my daily routine, this one goes straight into my mouth.

Ingredients: Fine Chalk (a gentle cleanser), Glycerin (from vegetable oil), Water, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (indian coconut oil), Silica, Carageenan (seaweed), Peelu (salvadora persica), Neem (azadirachta), Indian Licorice Root, Pomegranate Rind, Common Jujube, Rose Apple, Clove, Persian Walnut, Barleria Prinoitis Bark (vajradanti), Indian Almond, Bedda Nut, Asian Oak, Prickly Ash, Zanthoxylum Alatum (tejbal), Sappan Wood, Catechu, Bengal Madder, Acacia Arabica Bark (babul), Sarsaparilla, Cinnamon, Medlar Bark, Mayweed, Bishop's Weed (flower extract), silica, sodium lauryl sulphate (from Indian coconut oil), carageenan (from seaweed), cellulose gum (from plants), Peppermint Oil, Spearmint Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Cinnamon Bark Oil, Menthol, Thymol, Anethole. Free of: Cruelty, animal ingredients, fluoride, artificial preservatives, saccharin or refined sweeteners.

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