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Good-Gumsģ is unique. Its herbal formula is packed with nutrition to help sore, bleeding or receding gums, and has natural, effective ingredients that clean your teeth thoroughly and leave your whole mouth feeling fresh.

Good-Gums tooth and gum powder is bursting with health-giving vitamin C which is absorbed directly by your gums, supporting your mouthís ability to heal. Regular use of Good-Gums allows enamel to re-mineralize naturally, strengthening teeth. The effective combination of herbs and minerals fight infection, neutralize acid and the bacteria which cause tartar, plaque, cavities and weaken gums.

Despite brushing teeth and using dental floss and mouth rinses, many people do not have healthy gums (their gums are often swollen, bleeding, or receding). There are a number of reasons for this including bacterial infection, imperfect brushing/flossing, poor diet and smoking. Good-Gums is a dental powder made from herbs and mineral that has been formulated to optimize gum and tooth health.
Teeth need to be cleaned. Good Gums effectively cleans teeth with the time-tested baking soda and salt. When these two simple ingredients combine with other seven herbs and vitamins they provide powerful gum therapy.The baking soda neutralizes oral acids that plaque and calculus thrive on. The salt is not a ordinary table salt but a French grey sea salt whose mineral composition mimics bodily fluids so closely that absorption through cell walls is enhanced. Vitamin C and citrus bioflavonoids are in abundance, to promote rapid healing in the gums.(You won't find this in any toothpaste or any other tooth powder.) Myrrh and peppermint are added to soothe sensitive gum tissues, while peppermint, cinnamon, and tea tree leaf are gently antimicrobial. There are also two herbs with an especially desirable trait for a gum therapy and tooth cleaner: tea tree leaf and cranberry. Both have the unusual characteristic of countering the stickiness property that plaque uses to adhere itself to the teeth and gum margins. The tea tree we use is very finely ground whole leaf, not steam distilled essentail oil which can be to intense for sensitive oral tissues.


Vitamin-C (as ascorbic acid) 69.71mg 116%
Bioflavonoids 12.18mg
Myrrh Powder 10.63mg
Peppermint Powder 9.89mg
Cinnamon Powder 4.46mg
Tea Tree Powder 3.98mg
Cranberry Powder 6.47mg

Size: 45gms/1.6oz

Approximately 90 servings per bottle.

Ingredients include baking soda, French grey sea salt, Vitamin C with
bioflavanoids, myrrh, peppermint, tea tree, cinnamon and cranberry.
Each bottle should last around a month and a half .

The ingredients below are all natural without chemical additives,
because we don't want to put toxic residues into our bodies nor
put toxic byproducts into the environment. The ingredients are
dry because they can better retain their potency without
having to add chemical preservatives.

1 Myrrh & peppermint - soothe sore gum tissue.
1 Baking soda & French grey sea salt - cleans teeth with low abrasiveness, allows natural saliva remineralization.
1 Vitamin C & Bioflavonoid complex - helps connective tissues to heal and grow.
1 French grey sea salt - applies magnesium to the teeth for stronger enamel.
1 Baking soda - counters acidity produced by plaque bacteria.

This product contains No Milk, egg fish, peanuts, crustacean shellfish
(e.g. lobster, crab, shrimp), tree nuts (e.g. almonds, pecans or walnuts)
wheat, yeast, gluten, corn or soybeans.

No artificial colors or flavors,
No harsh abrasives, Antibiotic-free, hormone-free and fluoride-free.


Our Supplement is NSF/GMP Certified facility

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  • When it comes to gum health, there are also other factors besides the bacteria themselves that increase the likelihood of gum disease and of how quickly and how severely the disease will spread. Perhaps the strongest environmental factor is smoking. It is so significant and thereís so much research about it .

    Another factor affecting healthy gums, poor nutrition, affects the bodyís overall ability to generate immune system resources, such as phagocytes and lymphocytes. It also affects the localized area of the gums and the robustness of new cells that replenish dying cells. Lack of trace elements can affect a gum cellís ability to control its ion equilibrium, which is necessary for its operation, growth and regeneration. These are important functions when fending off a bacterial attack. Poor nutrition that results in increased Sugars and increased Acidity in the mouth also provides the environment and the food supply for a bacterial population explosion.

    A lack of Vitamin-C is directly associated with inflamed and bleeding gums. Much of the gum structure as well as the tooth-supporting periodontal ligaments are made up of connective tissue, and vitamin-C is needed to synthesize the main protein (collagen) of connective tissue. The connection between vitamin-C deficiency and weak and damaged gums has been famous since the days of wooden sailing ships centuries ago.

    Illnesses occupy the immune systemís resources and the added burden of infected gums may be too much for the system to handle adequately. Therefore if youíre feeling sick, take especially good care of your gums. This is particularly important for serious chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cancer or AIDS; you donít want gum problems to divert any immune system capabilities from your bodyís critical efforts to optimize health in the face of serious challenges.

    Chronic stress can detract from the immune systemís ability to fight off infection, including gum infection. Stress causes the adrenal glands to release the hormone cortisol, which prepares the body for stress by increasing blood pressure and blood sugar and by suppressing the immune system, in order to maximize the amount of energy available for fight or flight. A short term increase in cortisol also makes extra calcium available and can temporarily increase bone metabolism. But chronically high levels of cortisol can lead to bone loss, which tends to show up first in the jaw bone. In women, chronically high cortisol can prevent ovulation which leads to decreased estrogen and can increase the rate on bone resorption (bone cell breakdown). In either case the tooth-supporting alveolar bones underneath can become weaker just at a time when a gum infection starts making inroads from the surface of the gums.

    Medications may have side effects that seem innocuous but that affect the bodyís efficiency in keeping gums healthy. Something as simple as reducing the flow of saliva could then allow for a higher acid environment in the mouth which allows increased bacterial growth and plaque production. In these situations itís especially important to care for your gums in a way that improves the pH of the mouth.

    In women, hormonal changes such as the monthly period, some birth control pills, pregnancy and menopause can lead to gums that are more sensitive and more receptive to incursions by plaque bacteria. Even though itís tempting to let gum care slide when not feeling your best, taking control of your gum health at these times of sensitive gums can prevent larger problems.

    A habit of clenching, clacking or grinding teeth can also make it easier for gum diseases to start. The excessive force exerted on the connective tissues that support the teeth can speed up the rate at which these types of cells are used up (resorption), beyond the rate of creation of new cells (remodeling). If you wake up in the morning with soreness in localized parts of your mouth, you may be clenching your teeth in your sleep. Wearing a night guard on the teeth can help reduce the pressure and can also discourage clenching. Your dental professional can advise you on this.

    Habitual breathing through the mouth, rather than the nose, can dry out the saliva in the mouth, and can have the same effect as if your body were producing less saliva (as discussed in the paragraph above on medications). Habitual mouth-breathing has been associated with increased chances of having gum disease.

    In summary, there are multiple factors affecting healthy gums, some can be controlled more than others, so make it your responsibility to take as much control as you can over your own gum health.

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