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Product Description

Our spearmint toothpaste starts with mineral-rich, calcium bentonite clay from Texas. We add low-sodium trace minerals from the Great Salt Lake and finish with organic steam distilled spearmint oil to give our toothpaste a refreshing minty flavor.

Why clay? This clay has a high pH (alkaline) which promotes tooth remineralization and provides a full range of minerals, salts, and elements. Clay is a unique abrasive because of its sheetlike crystal structure. In water these sheets or platelets delaminate and become very small, sub-micron particles. It is also softer than silica and other conventionally used toothpaste abrasives.  

Ingredients: 
Calcium Bentonite (clay), Water, Sea Water Extract/Ionic Sea Minerals, Organic Spearmint Oil.

Net weight: 75 gram (2.6 ounce) 

About our ingredients:

Calcium Bentonite: We use a high purity natural calcium bentonite montmorillonite clay from Texas. It is reddish in color, mineral-rich, has not been chemically processed or treated in any way and works as a fantastic abrasive and cleaner for teeth. Clay is a unique abrasive because of its sheetlike crystal structure. In water these sheets or platelets delaminate and become very small, sub-micron particles. 

Water: We filter municipal water by reverse osmosis and deionization. This means we use essentially pure water with no impurities: no chlorine, heavy metals, fertilizers. 

Sea Water Extract/Ionic Sea Minerals: The Great Salt Lake in Utah is so salty because the lake has no water outlet. As water evaporates from this lake all the minerals and salts washed away from the surrounding rocks and mountains stay in it and get more and more concentrated. Our Ionic Sea Minerals are these salts and minerals, and are low in sodium. It’s like liquid rocks. 

Spearmint Oil: Our organic mentha spicata (spearmint) leaf oil is grown sustainably and steam distilled in India. 

Directions: 
We suggest obtaining a peppercorn-sized amount of toothpaste directly from jar using clean brush bristles, fingertip, spoon, et cetera and brush as normal. It is completely safe to swallow, but we suggest to spit and rinse.  Adjust toothpaste amount to meet your desired flavor intensity and personal brushing preference.

  • Vegan
  • Not tested on animals
  • Gluten free
  • Non-GMO
  • Glycerin free
  • Fluoride free
  • Carrageenan, SLS, triclosan free
  • Xylitol free

Krista's Natural Products formed after years of development and trials of our clay-based peppermint toothpaste. When developing our toothpaste we required a simple, natural and organic formula and still have the same requirements today. We are committed to using natural and organic ingredients in all our products."br" All our products are manufactured by us (Krista’s Natural Products, LLC) in Exeter, California, USA, located near the foothills of the beautiful Sequoia National Park, home of the world's largest trees. 

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