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Green Means Clean


The above photo is a glimpse into our new shop production area. Russ is pouring an assembly of Tooth Cleansers, soon to be labeled and brought out to our storefront.  Some will also be sold online, or at a craft show somewhere else in Canada.

People are loving the cleanser.  It may take a little getting used to creating a ‘green splash of sink art’, but the tooth cleansing results are proving worth the effort.

Green is clean.  Whoever purports toothpaste to be white may not truly understand the full benefit of the wonderful ingredients that should be in toothpaste.  It is true that coconut, calcium, baking soda and magnesium are white.  These are good ingredients and can make a good toothpaste.  But extraordinary toothpaste cannot remain white.  Charcoal and clay are black and gray. Turmeric is yellow.  Neem and Moringa are green. Amla is brown. Add a few other goodies like manuka, cinnamon, and clove and the GREEN colour reigns true.

Green is the colour of nature.  ‘Green’ means freshness and harmony, desirable attributes, not only in oral health, but also for our entire body.  We want our teeth and mouth to be fresh, clean and polished.  We want it to be free of tooth decay, inflammation, infections, cankers and abscesses.  Good oral health can balance the body and the mouth is the doorway. Be proud when the dentist says, ‘Your gums look healthy.”

Of course, a good diet is essential to our well-being.   So is good skin care.  At Earth to Body we specialize in hand made healthy creams, lotions, soaps and oils to nourish the skin.  Two years ago we added our Tooth Cleanser.  Our customers are thanking us. Their dentists are complimenting their teeth and their gums.  Everyone is happy.

We also make a Mouth Freshener.  Maybe not the WOW power of the commercial ones on the market but the mouth respects the difference.  That WOW power may taste refreshing but it is dangerous. Many of the ingredients are known carcinogens.   Instead of rinsing with Chlorhexidine Alcohol Hexetidine (oraldene). Methyl,Salicylate, Benzalkonium Chloride, Cetylpyridinium Chloride, triclosan, Methylparaben , would you not rather choose an ingredient listing that you can understand?  No offense to the chemists out there, but the layperson should not have to wonder.

newspaper_02B   Our mouth freshener contains distilled water, peppermint, cinnamon, spearmint, lemon, myrrh, clove, chlorophyll, manuka, vitamin E, lemonseed extract.  Simple. Nourishing. An all-natural wow of freshness.

We have a customer in Calgary who loves them both.  She writes…        On our Tooth Cleanser:  “I love the tooth cleanser!! I have found that my problem areas where plaque that has been built up has slowly disappeared.  My gum health feels better & slowly my teeth are getting whiter.  Also I no longer get that ‘fuzzy’ feeling on my teeth half way through the day. A few extra steps that are well worth it!

On our Mouth Freshener:  “I had an awful canker sore in my mouth for a quite a few days I used the mouth freshener and it was healed in two days. The unique flavour took a bit getting used too and now I love it!  I swear by the freshener for overall mouth/gum health and I have not had a canker sore since I use it daily.” A.G. Calgary

Take a walk on the wild side.  Green tooth cleanser paste is an adventure.  You will get used to it and you will see great results.


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Stay tuned for informative product reviews and great customer stories that you can relate to.


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By Martha Shannon


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