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North American Herb & Spice OregaDENT Cinnamon and Clove -- 1 fl oz


North American Herb & Spice OregaDENT Cinnamon and Clove
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North American Herb & Spice OregaDENT Cinnamon and Clove -- 1 fl oz

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North American Herb & Spice OregaDENT Cinnamon and Clove Description

  • Cinnamon & Clove Power
  • Gum & Teeth Support

OregaDENT is specially formulated for use with gums and teeth. This product has been formulated with the highest quality clove, cinnamon, and wild oregano P73 oil. In addition we have added Wild Pain Root a rare oil exclusively found in this OregaDENT.


Directions

Apply a few drops to sore teeth and sore or swollen gums. Saturate a thin roll of cotton with OregaDENT™ and put against gums. Use with or instead of toothpaste.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 5 Drops
Servings per Container: 172
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Proprietary Blend in Extra Virgin Olive Oil100 mg
Clove Bud Oil*
Cinnamon Oleoresin*
Wild Oregano Oil*
Wild Pain Root Oil*
*Daily value not established.
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