Green People Fennel Toothpaste is a natural paste that is ideal for sensitive teeth and gums and is suitable to be used by the entire family. This mint-free formulation features a fennel flavour and contains an antibacterial action so that it is even suitable for users of homeopathy and those suffering with bleeding gums. This Fennel Toothpaste also contains calcium carbonate and essential oils, which kills plaque and bacteria. This natural toothpaste is made without Fluoride, Triclosan, Sorbitol, Parabens, phthalates, artificial sweeteners, petrochemicals and colourants to bring you the purest toothpaste nature can offer.
Green People Fennel Toothpaste is suitable for vegetarians, but is not suitable for vegans due to propolis content.
Green People have chosen not to use Fluoride in their toothpaste because when taken in excess, like when you use toothpaste, it is digested into the body and can harden bones. Green People feel that it should be the choice of the individual whether or not they digest extra amounts of this mineral and that is why they have left it out of their toothpastes. Furthermore Parabens are a known skin irritant, and can penetrate down into the blood stream.
How to use Green People Fennel Toothpaste:
Green People Fennel Toothpaste contains:
Calcium carbonate (chalk), Aqua (pure water, micro-filtered), Glycerin (derived from plant materials), Xanthan gum (corn sugar gum), *Foeniculum vulgare (fennel oil), Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), *Propolis cera (propolis collected from bee hives), *Cinnamomum zeylanicum (cinnamon oil), Commiphora myrrha (resin from myrrh), *Eugenia caryophyllata (clove oil), Cinnamaldehyde, Eugenol, *d-Limonene (from essential oils). *Organically grown
Good toothpaste with pleasant taste.
I am trying all the toothpastes in this range. So far the mint toothpaste and citrus toothpaste are my favorite. This one is nice, because it is fennel, it has a liquorice taste which kids might like. All these toothpastes do a good job on the teeth , I feel mine are nice, clean and bright when finished. I much prefer them to the standard toothpastes with fluoride in, definitely worth a try