MyMagicMud Toothpaste Review

| 12/6/2013 8:38:00 AM

Tags: Linda Holliday, Missouri, MyMagicMud, Jessica Arman,

Always on the lookout for non-GMO, chemical-free products, I was excited to hear of a new natural formula unlike any other I’m aware of for cleaning teeth. Even better, it was created by a mom who hoped to help her children want to brush more.MyMagicMud jar

I had just finished watching author Marjory Wildcraft’s instructional video, Alternatives to Dentists, and sent her a message to tell her how much I enjoyed learning about horsetail and prickly pear cactus for healing dental problems. Best known for her “Grow Your Own Groceries” video series, Marjory teamed up with herbalist Doug Simons to demonstrate simple, natural tooth care in this video.

Marjory got me in touch with Jessica Arman, developer of MyMagicMud, the unusual tooth powder made of charcoal and clay.

To my delight, two 90-day containers of the powder arrived in the mail as I was packing for a bus trip to visit my daughter. I tossed one container in my suitcase and away I went, hopeful that I could get some charming photos of my daughter using MyMagicMud. My task was not easy.

The first time I used MyMagicMud and studied myself in the bathroom mirror, I laughed like a hyena at my pitch black choppers. As I said, the product’s main ingredients are activated coconut shell charcoal and bentonite clay. My daughter had the same hilarious experience.

MagicMud brushingMagic Mud looks just like fine soot. As crazy as it sounds, this black powder does an incredible job of whitening teeth, even for us Earl Grey tea addicts.

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