Info: 113 g (4 oz)
Although the origin of the actual term is unknown, Ipsab is the name of a dental health formula which Edgar Cayce recommends several times in his readings. Get back to basics, with just three natural ingredients - salt, soda, and prickly ash bark - and no artificial colours or flavours, fluoride, gluten, parabens, or sulfates. This product is suitable for diabetics and children (with appropriate supervision; it is not to be swallowed).
IPSAB originally consisted of salt (which has an astringent action, shrinking the gum membranes between the teeth which enables the other ingredients to reach there), peppermint (which tastes good and freshens the breath), and prickly ash bark (which some Native Americans at the time referred to as "toothache bark"), and two other ingredients (calcium chloride and iodine). This version substitutes Sodium Bicarbonate for the latter. Baking soda is widely used in toothpastes and dental powders because it has several virtues: it's alkaline, so helps neutralize excess acid in the oral cavity; it acts as a mild abrasive to help gently remove plaque remove and stains, without leaving grit behind, since it dissolves in your saliva; and it tends stays on your brush where it's needed while applying it.
Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Chloride, Zanthoxylum clava herculis (Prickly Ash) Bark, and Mentha piperita Peppermint) Leaf Powder.
Promote gum circulation and clean teeth by brushing thoroughly with a soft bristle toothbrush and rinsing with warm water.
Do not swallow! Supervise children as necessary until they are safely able to use it without supervision.