Doc Barton`s/Chewy's Tooth and Gum Care
The best alternative to toothpaste -- sand/salt-like powder in a 60 gm tub.
Ingredients: salt, soda, peppermint oil, detoxified iodine, prickly ash bark extract
This is what our supplier has to say about this product;
Carrying on with the Cayce precept (the famous Edgar Cayce) that there are only four essential elements (water, salt, soda, and iodine) and that with these four the body can perform all of its functions, and taking into consideration that of all the products set forth in the readings this is the only one which incorporates each of these primary elements, you can begin to see why this is such an important concept. Let's also remember that back in Cayce's day oral hygiene was not emphasized nearly as much as it is today, and consequently the readings were making an attempt to bridge the veritable gap between tooth and gum, where bacteria easily upsets the natural equilibrium between the two, rubbing the area with a disinfecting balm only made good sense. Beginning with the (real) salt and soda tooth powder, and a touch of good tasting peppermint oil, the balm also includes a bit of Mr. Cayce's once again popular detoxified iodine to keep down the bacteria count as well as just enough prickly ash bark extract to turn the blend into a gooey paste. This was one of a handful of products which was originally going to be marketed by the Home Health branch of the organization, but somehow was left on the drawing board until now. The only question left to answer is does this simple product hold promise of not only maintaining the interface between the tooth and gum along with revealing the inner workings of human cosmology? There's only one way to know for sure.
Note: The photo shows two tubs for illustration purposes only. The listed price is per tub being ordered.