Magnificent myrrh and merry mint have joined forces to create a perfectly potent -yet genuinely gentle -addition to our successful self-dentistry serums. Each of the ingredients in our magnanimous Mint & Myrrh Tooth Serum has been used since ancient times to care for the mouth, teeth and gums. Together at last -we bring these ancient essential extracts into an effective alchemy that bestows benefits to a healthy oral ecology.
Living Libations Mint & Myrrh Tooth Serum is tough on bacterium and soft on sensitive teeth. Featuring a bouquet of beneficial botanicals including frankincense, myrrh, peppermint, thyme linalool, wild thyme, oregano, and tea tree, Mint & Myrrh Tooth Serum is a natural dentistry kit-in-a-bottle.
Powerful plant extracts and antibacterial ingredients offer deep, natural oral care for even the most sensitive mouths. Mint & Myrrh Tooth Serum is the perfect partner for those who want a deep, preventative clean but are sensitive to cinnamon, or are seeking a fresh flavored serum. (If you are a cinnamon fan, check out the Happy Gum Drops and Yogi Tooth Serum!)
Boswellia carterii (Frankincense), Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh), Mentha piperita (Peppermint), Thymus officinalis linalool (Sweet Thyme), Thymus vulgaris (Thyme), (Origanum vulgare) Oregano, Malaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree), and Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba).
Frankincense (Boswellia carterii) Essential Oil - A liquid pearl of holy anointing oil from the tree of life, our Frankincense comes from Somaliland where they grow the highest quality of gum trees. This precious essence has been used to support clean teeth and fresh breath for thousands of years in Middle Eastern areas. It is common for Arabian people to chew the resin in their mouths. They know of its ability to eliminate bad breath causing bacteria and assist with removing plaque.
Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) Essential Oil - Myrrh is one of the oldest botanicals in the world. It has been mentioned in Egyptian texts including the Ebers Papyrus, which documents over eight hundred formulas. The Egyptians used large amounts of myrrh in rituals, remedies, cosmetics, and embalming. Myrrh's oral history includes it being used as a soothing, calming essence for the mouth.
Peppermint (Mentha piperita)Essential Oil -Peppermint's cool breezy taste gives you long-lasting fresh breath. Our peppermint is a genuine distillation of the fresh leaves and comes from a fourth generation family of distillers in France. The peppermint in commercial toothpaste is artificial menthol and only offers flavor. Real peppermint is a potent and pleasant friend for oral care. It also inhibits the bacteria that cause bad breath.
Sweet Thyme (Thymus officinalis linalool)Essential Oil -This is a rare variety of the thyme species. It is a gentle toner that balances oral secretions. Thyme Linalool is also a potent botanicalbiotic that banishes bad breath bacteria.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Essential Oil - Wild thyme is a famous breath freshener. In natural oral care, thyme has been historically used for centuries as a botanicalbiotic to balance the mouth and banish bad breath bacteria.
Oregano (Origanum vulgare) Essential Oil -Our wild oregano oil is grown in the mountains along the Mediterranean. It contains two phenol compounds that contribute to its unique property: carvacrol at concentrations over 65% and thymol at 3.4% concentration. It is considered a hot oil and an excellent botanicalbiotic that has freshened breath for centuries.
Tea Tree (Malaleuca alternifolia)Essential Oil -Traditional tea tree is an herbaceous Herculean do-all. It is naturally packed with magnificent mouth attendants. Potent plant compounds of cineole and propanol work to refresh the mouth, prevent tartar build-up, and banish the bacteria that cause bad breath. Steam distilled in Australia, Tea Tree oil evokes a super-clean, piney-clean aroma.
Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis)Oil -Jojoba is known for its incredible skin benefits, and it is also a chief player in natural oral care. Jojoba's loving lipids easily soothe oral tissue.
Invite Mint + Myrrh Tooth Serum into every step of your oral care routine. Add a drop to a dry tooth brush in lieu of toothpaste, or add a drop to potentiate your paste. Combine with salt water for use as a mouth wash. Massage onto gums, especially the area where the teeth and gums join. Add a drop to your tongue scraper and strand of floss. Place a drop directly on your tongue to freshen the breath.