Aloe toothgel

Aloe toothgel from Forever Living Product Independent distributor

By: Forever Living Product Independent distributor  11-18-2011
Keywords: Natural Products, Nutritional Supplements, Alternative Medicine

 

ÒFLUORIDE FREE
ÒFluoride is a by product of the fertilizer industry, used to kill roaches & rodents. As per research “if a small tube of 100gms of a fluoride toothpaste is eaten by a small child, its impossible to save the child” and is said to be more lethal than cyanide.
ÒCombination of Aloe Vera and Propolis.
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ÒBenefits the gums and delicate inner lining of the mouth.
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ÒIt contains no animal by products therefore Vegetarians can use without worry.
In short good for any mouth/teeth

Keywords: Alternative Medicine, Natural Healing, Natural Products, Nutritional Supplements

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