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The Benefits of Switching to Natural Tooth Care Products

The Benefits of Switching to Natural Tooth Care Products

At this point in our shared history, most people are aware of two types of markets that showcase products for sale worldwide. The first marketplace exists solely because of consumer desire. Demand created the product. The second marketplace offers unnecessary products, the need for which was itself created by the products. It may well be that people searching for the best organic toothpaste also wonder why there are so many unhealthy products marketed to humans for their consumption. It is as if the world's governments wish to hide the truth about the poisons they've allowed to hide in plain sight...

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Moringa Toothpaste and Charcoal Toothpaste: The Best Organic Whitening Toothpastes

Moringa Toothpaste and Charcoal Toothpaste: The Best Organic Whitening Toothpastes

The moringa plant, or moringa oleifera, is sometimes called ben tree, drumstick tree, or horseradish tree. It’s native to Nepal, Pakistan, and India, and it’s gaining “superfood” status because of its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and protective properties. It’s often used to prevent and treat conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and tooth decay, among others. Activated charcoal is a popular oral health remedy as well, and in this guide, we’ll discuss why moringa and charcoal make the best natural toothpaste. Moringa is Packed With Nutrients Moringa is a great source of amino acids, minerals, and vitamins. In our toothpaste, you’ll find...

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The Guide to Sustainable Use of Bamboo

The Guide to Sustainable Use of Bamboo

The Guide to Sustainable Use of Bamboo It’s no secret that plastic negatively impacts our environment. It kills wildlife, marine life and pollutes our environment. It is neither natural nor renewable, cannot be composted and rarely can it be recycled. And when it can be recycled, it uses up a large amount of energy. Overall, the creation of plastic was a human mistake, and now we need to find alternatives. One alternative we do have is bamboo. In fact, bamboo is currently used widely and internationally, but is the usage of bamboo a cure all for the plastic catastrophe, or...

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