danta druda - sour taste
danta druda sour tooth powder: sour tasting powder is a traditional formulation. #sour taste is predominantly from lemon juice. Helps in teeth whitening & cleaner gums. taste based tooth powders are for good oral health & balanced emotions
ingredients: lemon, lemon juice, amla, mint, dry ginger, oak apple and kantakari. processed with loads of good vibes, love, care, affection & prayers.
benefits: this sour taste tooth powder is perfect to deep clean the gums & tooth. kills cavity causing bacteria. sour taste provides appreciation, groundedness, and certainty.
when used regularly with the other 2 danta druda tooth powder ‚ astringent & the sweet tooth powder helps in good oral health. while taking care of your teeth, gum, tongue, it also works at the emotional level. brings in positive valence to your day
how to use: take 1-2 pinches of the tooth powder, #fingerbrushing recommended. gently massage while brushing in circular movement. be mindful, conscious & aware.
never miss tongue scraping with our copper tongue cleaner & oil pulling with danta vrshni or sesame oil for effective holistic oral care routine
with brush - take a little of tooth powder in your palm..Simply wet your toothbrush and dip it into the powder. Thoroughly clean your teeth. Brush for at least 2 minutes. Then, rinse your toothbrush and mouth with cool water.
#fingerbrushing - take a little of tooth powder in your palm. wet your finger & dip it in the powder. thoroughly clean your teeth. Massage your gums well.
after brushing.. rinse well with water.
To use it as mouth freshener - you can put a little powder in your mouth & swish it well & spit. After a minute - rinse your mouth well with water.
danta druda - sweet will be good for around a month for a family of 4 even if used twice in a day brushing.
usage: this can be used by all ages & genders. most recommended for infants, young kids who are in their beginning stages of their oral care. yes, the best tooth powder for the initial years of brushing.
with you, let kids also take #notoothpaste challenge. it is like an investment for good oral care health
storage: keep it in cool & dry place. avoid wet spoons and moisture