Tait's Toothpaste

Teeth are alive, and given the proper environment, they can regenerate; this is why internal factors that nourish the teeth are so important.
— Nadine Artemis
Tait's and a Horse Hair Toothbrush 

Tait's and a Horse Hair Toothbrush 

   Teeth are so important!  Judging by current dentistry practices, not many people know about teeth.  Some people are familiar with the idea that the skin is the window to the liver.  The teeth are an even bigger (figuratively) window to almost your entire body.  Every tooth has a corresponding organ/organ system.  You can tell a lot about a person's health from their teeth.  My two favorite resources for oral information are my dentist, Dr. Mark Breiner with his book Whole Body Dentistry, and Nadine Artemis and her book Holistic Dental Care.  

    I love my teeth.  I’m all about the drinks, but I could never be a liquitarian for an extended period.  I love crunchy.  I love chewy.  My teeth do a lot for me, so I like to return the favor by having a good oral hygiene routine.  Part of my routine, and probably a few other people’s as well, is brushing.

    I’ve used many toothpastes.  I intentionally cycle through different toothpastes.  Every brand/product has something different to offer.  However, that doesn’t mean I don’t have a favorite.  I feel that Tait’s Toothpaste is the best.  Right now I’m using it for my morning brushing.  It tastes great.  My teeth became noticeably whiter when I started using it, and it’s a product I feel good about using.

    This toothpaste is a food.  Unlike conventional toothpaste, you don’t have to call poison control if you swallow it.  I intentionally swallow it!  I don’t want to spit all these great ingredients down the drain!  However, the Earth might thank me if I did.  Tait’s is zeolite based, so anything it traps is inert.  That means everything it catches in my mouth will pass right through me.  I’m thinking that the zeolites will probably also pull things out of my digestive tract on their way out as well.

    So what is it I’m swallowing besides zeolites and coconut oil?  A lot:

  • Stoneground Olive Oil
  • Birch Xylitol
  • Reishi Fruiting Body Extract
  • Responsibly Harvested Killer Bee Propolis
  • High Altitude Himalayan Shilajit
  • Ginger, Thyme, Peppermint, Orange, Clove, Nutmeg, Bay Leaf, Oregano, Licorice, Mountain Savory, Spilanthes and Fennel Spagyrics

    There are several other high-grade ingredients, but these are the ones that caught my eye.  To some people that may seem excessive.  This is not the toothpaste for those people.  This toothpaste is for anyone who wants to absolute best without compromise.  Not only is this toothpaste great for you, it’s great for keeping master craftsmen employed.  How many people maintain killer bees?  Not many.  How many people know how to create a spagyric, let alone actually go through the process?  Too few.  When you buy this product, you’re supporting the best of the best.  

    It comes in 2 sizes, 50mL and 100mL.  The packaging stands out.  Like I said in my He Shou Wu article, only the best is packaged in Miron Glass, like Tait’s.  Even better, the jar is labeled with glass paint!  Another thing I love about this product, is that it’s locally made in Marina Del Rey.  Right now, I own all the Tait's that exists, so no need to look any further.   If you'd like a chance to win a large jar, check out my instagram, @wcharleton!