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Tea Tree Toothpaste Review – 8 Things You Need to Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Synopsis | What's Inside? | Claims | Contraindications | Cost | Dosing | Does it Work

Tea Tree Toothpaste is advertised to be a toothpaste that is manufactured without using Flouride and contains gentle non-abrasive ingredients. The business the manufactured this product is called LifePlus, a company that is represented by more than 20 years of experience on an international level. The company was established in The United States, in a city named Batesville and now has offices in more than 15 countries worldwide. This business presents itself to be more like a community, because the referral system is used to advertise and sell their products on a global market. The manufacturing quality of their product is assured by the fact that most of the ingredients are home grown in their facilities, this enables them to control the true quality of the ingredients used in order to blend their products. The philosophy that this company promotes is that a varied diet is an important requirement for optimum health, thus they pride themselves of having product that satisfy almost every particular need.

Tea Tree Toothpaste is presented to contain only natural ingredients that provide a gentle and safe effect, with a non-abrasive dentifrice that provides a thorough cleanse, washing away plaque and germs and leaving a minty fresh taste.

Synopsis

1) Tea Tree Toothpaste at a Glance

This toothpaste uses natural ingredients by combining minerals, herbal extracts, and other substances in order to provide a healthy and effective brushing. The ingredient on which this product is based is Tea Tree Oil, which is derived from the leaves of the tea tree.

This herb can be used directly on the skin and provide a positive effect when dealing with infections such as acne, fungal infection of the nail, scabies or ringworm. It can also be used as an antiseptic for cuts and abrasions or vaginal infections, recurrent herpes labialis, toothache or sore throat. Another core ingredient used in this formula is Colloidal Silver, a form of silver that is used to treat infections due to yeast like Lyme disease, bubonic plague, pneumonia, leprosy, or syphilis. Colloidal Silver is also used to treat conditions that affect the lungs, such as emphysema, and bronchitis, and skin conditions like rosacea, cradle cap, eczema, or psoriasis.

What’s Inside?

2) What’s Inside Tea Tree Toothpaste?

Tea tree Naturals Toothpaste includes the following ingredients: Sorbitol, Hydrated Silica, Purified Water, Glycerin, Sodium Lauryl Sarcosinate, Xylitol, Natural Flavors, Titanium Dioxide, Xanthan Gum, Tea Tree Oil, Disodium Phosphate, Eucalyptus Oil, Stevia, and Colloidal Silver.

3) Does Tea Tree Toothpaste Work?

Tea tree Naturals Toothpaste is a blend of various minerals and tee tree oil designed to promote healthy teeth and gums.

The Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifoliate) is a member of the Myrtaceae family and is an indigenous species to Northern New South Wales, Australia. In recent years, tea tree oil has become quite popular all over the world. Some sources suggest beneficial medical properties when applied topically, including antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic qualities. It also has beneficial cosmetic properties. Recent studies support a role for the topical application of tea tree oil in skin care and the treatment of various diseases and conditions.

Tea tree oil appears to be effective against bacteria, viruses, fungal infections, mites such as scabies, and lice such as head lice. Although numerous studies show that tea tree oil has numerous positive qualities, there is not data regarding the use of this compound in toothpaste. Moreover, tea tree oil is toxic when swallowed. It has been reported to cause drowsiness, confusion, hallucinations, coma, unsteadiness, weakness, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach upset, blood cell abnormalities, and severe rashes. According to the LD 50 g/kg charts, a person who weighs 70 kg (approx 154 lb)and is not allergic to tea tree oil would have to ingest 148 ml approx 5 oz) for it to be lethal.

Tea tree Naturals Toothpaste should be used like any other toothpaste, after every meal.

Claims

4) Tea Tree Toothpaste Claims

  • Tea Tree Toothpaste is an affordable product
  • No fluoride was used in the manufacturing process
  • This toothpaste is suitable for vegetarians
  • Natural ingredients are used in order to formulate this product

Contraindications

5) Tea Tree Toothpaste Warnings and Precautions

  • No free trials or money back guarantees are available
  • Not enough information is provided as to long term use
  • No customer testimonials are available

Cost

6) How Much Does Tea Tree Toothpaste Cost?

A tube of Tea tree Naturals Toothpaste contains 4oz of product and is relatively inexpensive.

This product can only be bought directly from the manufacturer. LifePlus offers significant discounts to company partners. Shipping and processing charges are not listed.

Dosing

7) Tea Tree Toothpaste Serving Size

Tea Tree Toothpaste comes in the form of a 4 ounce tube and has a very affordable price, it can be bought form the manufacturer’s web site or form different online retailers. No side effects are reported by the manufacturer and no customer testimonials are available in order to confirm the claims made by the company that produces this product.

Does it Work

8) Bottom Line – Does It Really Work?

Tea Tree Toothpaste is presented to be a natural toothpaste that uses Tea Tree Oil and Colloidal Silveras coreingredients, both being used to cleanse and reduce the risk of infections.Althoughno free trials or money back guarantees are available at this time, Tea Tree Toothpaste comes at a highly affordable price and can be bought both from physical stores or online from the manufacturer’s web site or different retailers. Depending on the individual needs, other products that offer similar result are available online, some research is advised in order to find the best suited formulas.

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Kathy V

The fact that this toothpaste has no fluoride is why I purchased it.