Ingredients we use
Triphala, Trikatu, Miswak, Mango leaf, Rock Salt, Babool, Neem, Yashtimadhu root and extract, Nishot, Haridra (Haldi), Feenel seed and Oil, Peppermint, Spearmint, Pudina Satva, Calcium Carbonate, and Gum Acacia.
What we don't use
No sulphates, no parabens, no preservatives, no humectants, no aritificial colours, no artificial falvours, no artificial sweetners, no fluoride, no titanium dioxide, no carrageenan, no alcohols, no other toxic chemicals.
Tri: three, phala - fruit. Another potent Ayurvedic medicine which is made from three herbs - Haritaki, Bibhitaki, and Amla comes with overall package for oral hygiene. Triphala tackles gum issues by soothing inflammation and bleeding, tackles spongy gum and tightening them.
Tri: three; katu - pungent(spices). A potent Ayurvedic medicine made from a blend of equal parts of ginger, black pepper, and long pepper is used in many medical remedies in Ayurveda. Trikatu prevents cavities and helps in removing plaque; additionally, it has excellent anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.
Miswak's fruit, seed, leaf, and root bark is loaded with health benefits. For oral care, we use the roots of miswak for their amazing ability to fight tooth decay and cavities. Regular usage of miswak also reduces the chances of gingivitis and periodontitis and keeps your gums healthy.
The mango tree happens to be a treasure house of medicinal properties. The leaves of this magical tree have been used in healing practises in Ayurveda for thousands of years. For oral hygiene, mango leaves are great at removing stains due to their excellent cleaning properties and also act as an anti-bacterial agent to keep bacteria at bay.
Rock salt, also known as Sendha Namak, is traditionally considered the healthiest form of salt in Ayurveda. This naturally occurring mineral helps in many aspects, like pacifying toothaches, keeping the mouth free of bacteria, and preventing cavities.
Babool, the original datun of ancient India, has many benefits when it comes to oral hygiene. Its astringent properties strengthen teeth and gums. Babul also protects against gum diseases, and very helpful in fighting against dental caries, and keeps teeth clean.
One of the most powerful plants in Ayurveda, Neem comes with its own unique bitterness, which activates taste buds and improves the taste pallet. Neem acts like an all-rounder: keeps the oral cavity healthy by preventing cavities and gum diseases, and it fights bad breath.
Yashtimadhu extract & root
Also known as Mulethi, this herb happens to be a household name and an important ingredient used in Indian home remedies and Ayurveda. Yashtimadhu fights tooth decay, prevents gum disease, and has unique flavour.
Nishot happens to provide anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties and helps in release toxins.
Widely known as Haldi, is therapeutic treasure found in every kitchen in India. This magical yellow herb soothes gum inflammation, bleeding, and decreases cavity formation by reducing the presence of bad bacteria.
Fennel seed & oil
Fennel, also known as saufn in the Indian subcontinent, has a rich history of culinary use. Apart from having its unique flavour and aroma, it is also a good source of dietary fibre, potassium, calcium, vitamin C, and thiamine. Fennel has excellent anti-microbial properties, keeps mouth bacteria free, and combats bad breath.
Peppermint oil has anti-bacterial properties, provides a pleasing mint flavour, and keeps the mouth fresh.
Spearmint oil offers a pleasing sweet and minty flavour and gives you fresh breath.
Pudhina satva cleans the mouth and keeps overall health of mouth in good condition.
Mild abrasives and a good source of calcium help in cleaning and removing stains.
Babool's Gum, a natural binder, is used to bind the powder of all the herbs together to make a perfect, strong tab with a crunch.