Herbal Ingredients: White Oak Bark, Bayberry Root Bark, Tea Tree Oil, Echinacea Angustifolia Root, Habanero Pepper, Peppermint Oil
His description says this (below):
All the ingredients above + clove oil (in his description) = the tincture/formula in our storefront...from his originally published formula).
I can't IMAGINE the clove oil has been left out - his ingredient list could be a misprint.
Tinctures of Echinacea, Bayberry root bark, White Oak inner bark, Cayenne & Oil of Tea Tree, Peppermint & Clove buds
Give or take the clove oil, these formulas are exactly the same.
>>>If used regularly, this formula will heal and strengthen the teeth by tightening the gums, reduces any inflammation and stops bleeding. This formula is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and will destroy oral infections on contact.
Bayberry Root Bark and White Oak Bark are two of the most powerful astringent herbs known. Botanical astringents stop bleeding gums, reduce inflammation, along with binding and tightening tissue. They have been used for centuries to stop the bleeding after a tooth was pulled and to tighten up and close the hole. In many countries of the world, this treatment is still used in dentistry. In fact, often a black tea bag is just bit on and held against the hole. Bayberry Bark and Oak Galls contain much more astringent power than just black tea. The Cayenne Pepper in this formula also stops bleeding of the gums—but more importantly, it dramatically increases the gum and tooth blood circulation, which encourages more rapid healing.
Habanero Pepper supports healthy blood circulation to the teeth and gums, which encourages more rapid healing. The Tea Tree Oil also masks the hot flavor, but not the action.
There is a tremendous amount of Cayenne extract in this formula, but you will notice that it is not hot. That is because the Tea Tree Oil somehow masks the hot flavor, but definitely not the action. Tea Tree Oil has also been used in dentistry worldwide as a mouth cleanser. In America, this wonderful healing oil was dropped for Antibiotics . Considering that, you are four times more likely to die from taking Antibiotics , because of anaphylactic shock, than from an oral infection. The cleansing power of Tea Tree Oil is so well documented and to me this is a much safer route. Echinacea Root is similar in action to Tea Tree Oil as a mouth cleanser.
************Clove Oil has also been used since recorded medical history to soothe teeth and gums—that is the main reason that I included it in this formulation.************
Peppermint Oil also stimulates oral circulation and covers up bad breath that is caused by tooth decay, oral infections and gum disease.<<<