- DENTAL AND ORAL HYGIENE FOR DOGS CATS & PETS: maintains healthy teeth and gums. Cleans and brightens teeth, fights bad breath germs with antibacterial properties. Leaves mouth fresh and clean. This natural herbal remedy is safe and effective for mild dental problems, and general maintenance of dental and oral health. It is completely safe to swallow and will even provide many internal benefits as well.
- BENEFICIAL PROPERTIES: Organic unrefined coconut oil & Organic Baking soda works to clean, whiten and neutralize PH while Food Grade Bentonite clay, draws out toxins & powerfully re-mineralizes teeth. Frankincense & Myrrh if used regularly can reverse tooth decay. Myrrh soothes painful inflamed gums & teeth. Moringa is used in Ayurveda medicine for inflammation, infection in the mouth, & re-calcified teeth. Spearmint oil isn’t just for minty fresh breath but is also beneficial in helping gums
- SAFELY FORMULATED FOR YOUR PETS: We use all Human Grade Ingredients which are both wild crafted and organic no GMO or pesticides. We do not use emulsifiers and any chemicals. Our wickedly Potent Tooth Paste is vegan and edible. WARM CLIMATE INSTRUCTIONS: Our pure coconut oil base may liquefy in warm climates. JUST STIR CONTENTS AND REFRIGERATOR TO SOLIDIFY. STORE IN A COOL PLACE AFTERWARDS. NEVER INTRODUCE WATER TO CONTENTS AND NEVER DOUBLE DIP AS THAT BREEDS GERMS.
- Consistent and regular use of Wickedly Potent! Tooth paste can maintain your dog’s oral health as it promotes fresh breath and fights plaque formation. It also helps remove mild build up. If your dog already has a lot of plaque buildup, very bad breath, red inflamed gums, and receding gum line prior to using our oral care products we suggest you VISIT YOUR VETERINARIAN as your pet may require a full dental. Symptoms of canine periodontitis should NEVER go undiagnosed. Dogs suffer in silence.
- Canine periodontitisis a bacterial infection of the mouth. There are four stages of periodontal disease, progressing from plaque and mildly inflamed gums to established gingivitis (gum disease), and then on to mild and ultimately severe periodontitis, which may involve bone and/or tooth loss. Seek the advice of your veterinary to determine if your pet also needs medical attention for their dental issues along with daily maintenance.