Infuse yourself with this herbal tea that was formulated particularly for dental and oral care benefits that was influenced by Jen Mayhew from Embrace Dental. Taking a holistic path to dental health, the all natural echinacea and chamomile present in this tea blend are powerful contenders that defend your gums and oral surfaces from harmful infections and painful ulcers. In addition, the all natural calendula and organic green rooibos properties of inflammation reduction and wound healing will soothe any present ulcers or wounds on the gums and in the mouth. The organic grape root, peppermint, and cranberries provide powerful antioxidants, while preventing mouth and throat exposure to acids from the stomach, all while strengthening your teeth.
Green Rooibos is a caffeine free green tea. Studies show that regularly drinking green tea can protect against cavities, gum disease and bad breath. The study indicated that green tea reduces oral bacteria which promotes teeth and gum health.
Peppermint is well known for improving oral care. Mint leaves are packed with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to help remove harmful bacteria from the mouth.
Horsetail contains high sources of natural silica which is very good for bones and teeeth.
Oregon grape root is antimicrobial so it is helpful to fight infections. It is also known as an astringent to tighten tissues especially swollen or inflamed gums.
Echinacea root was a remedy for toothache since it has significant anti inflammatory and antimicrobial traits.
Chamomile & Calendula are known for its anti-inflammatory properties which can sooth sore gums and help reduce inflammation.
Cranberries is known to help prevent infections.
Organic Green Rooibos, Organic Horsetail, Organic Oregon Grape Root, Organic Echinacea Root, Organic Peppermint, Organic Chamomile, Organic Calendula and Organic Cranberries.
1. Scoop 1 rounded teaspoon into a tea filter bag or tea infuser
2. Place it in your mug, add 1 cup of hot water.
3. Steep for 6-10 minutes. Relax and Enjoy!
Once cooled down, you can use this as an oral rinse as well.
Our loose leaf teas are meant to be steeped two or three times. Simply add hot water and increase the steep time with each infusion.