|Posted on Wednesday, June 27, 2001 - 9:25 pm: || |
I was searching in vain for a new toothpaste
a natural one ( I don't like plain baking soda)
and I found Jason's and it tastes better than most and had very good ingredients,or so I
thought.I found one major ingredient in this is an ingredient called sodium cocoyl glutamate which is a foaming agent and I found out a combo of coconut oil and the amino acid glutamate.And here I thought I was getting something good.It also contains carrageenan. Could someone comment on this that is more knowledgeable than I. Thanks for any info you might have.
|Posted on Thursday, June 28, 2001 - 8:32 am: || |
You are getting free glutamic acid from this toothpaste from both sources. I would advise you avoid it. Have you ever tried Homeodent? It is made in France and I found it at our health food store. It tastes like good licorice (mild) since it uses anise oil. I have yet to react to it, but then I use baking soda most of the time. You can put baking soda in a jar with a little salt and peppermint oil, powdered or liquid stevia and shake. Make sure the stevia has no fillers like maltodextrin.