OraMD is a liquid toothpaste that you simply drip onto a toothbrush and then brush as usual! It contains only three ingredients, all natural botanical oils. OraMD can also be added to water and used as a mouthwash or dripped onto the tongue for fresh breath. Trusted Health Products has sold over half a million bottles of OraMDover the past 12 years. Dr. Tom McGuire, a renowned dentist, endorsed OraMD.
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For review, I was sent the bottle of OraMD ‘The Mouth Doctor’ that you see pictured above. OraMD is a liquid toothpaste that contains only three ingredients; almond, spearmint and peppermint natural botanical oils, that’s it! OraMD helps fight plaque, tartar, bad breath, and promotes gum health. To use OraMD, all you have to do is add 2-5 drops to your toothbrush and brush as usual. You can also add a couple drops to a glass of water to use as mouthwash, or add a couple drops to your mouth to give you a burst of fresh breath.
I’ve really enjoyed using my OraMD toothpaste! As the suplemental readings suggest, the first couple times you use OraMD the powerful oils will be pretty strong. They certainly were for me, but after about three uses I got adjusted to the strength just fine. I found the bottle easy to use and apply to my toothbrush. I really felt that my teeth were super clean and my mouth refreshed after using OraMD. I don’t really care for foaming toothpastes, so OraMD was perfect for me. Plus, if you break it down overtime, OraMD is less expensive than the next leading toothpaste! I would recommend this toothpaste to anyone who is interested! I think I’ll be purchasing from them in the future.
Above we have a little set of images from my iPhone. The OraMD logo, the OraMD bottle, the OraMD ingredients and directions, and my lovely toothbrush.
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