Forget everything you thought you knew about what defines a toothpaste. This gray-tinted, foamless toothpaste will seem weird at first — but that’s part of its beauty.
We’re so used to sweet and minty kinds of toothpaste that we don’t even think about whether or not it’s cleaning our teeth as well as it should. When you use the Akamai mineral toothpaste, you have no choice but to think about it! The strong taste from the clove oil might catch you off guard at first — but know that its bitter flavor is pivotal in killing bacteria and preventing plaque buildup.
Plus, it’s great for sensitive teeth — so you can skip the fake stuff in favor of this mineral-packed, all-natural alternative.
Tooth Brushing: Brush 2x daily with a pea-sized amount for approximately 2 minutes. (Our toothpaste is a concentrate so a pea size is all you need. A pea-sized amount 2x daily will give you a 60 day supply)
- Distilled water
- Calcium bentonite clay & kaolin clay
- Raw coconut oil
- Fulvic mineral complex
- Dead Sea salt
- Peppermint, cinnamon, clove, anise and tea tree essential oils
- Liposomal CoQ10 Concentrate
Unlike other toothpaste you’ve used in the past, this one won’t foam up. Don’t be alarmed at the bitter taste from the essential oils, either. Akamai recommends giving it two weeks to help your taste buds adjust to a big change in your twice-daily routine.
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Dental hygiene is so important for overall health. That’s because the bacteria in your mouth can pass into the bloodstream, where it can travel anywhere in your body — and even pass the blood-brain barrier. If you’re using toothpaste that contains unhealthy ingredients or isn’t killing the bacteria in your mouth, your dental health could suffer.
The Akamai mineral toothpaste uses only all-natural ingredients that do a stellar job of killing the bacteria in your mouth. First, it contains mineral-rich calcium bentonite and kaolin clays that are proven to bind with toxins, so you can effectively rinse and spit them right out of your system.
Instead of sweeteners to make the toothpaste more palatable, this brand uses sea salt to make your mouth water. This might seem weird, but when you produce more saliva while brushing your teeth, it can ultimately help cleanse your mouth while improving your gum health.
This toothpaste is unique because instead of simply detoxifying your mouth, it aims to remineralize it, too. The Akamai toothpaste contains a fulvic mineral complex (which is also available separately as a supplement) with over 74 absorbable minerals and vitamins that are often missing from our diets due to modern farming practices, which have stripped these essential ingredients from our food supply. Minerals are essential for making hormones, so it’s important not to have any deficiencies when trying to keep them in balance