Irimedadi Toothpaste with Neem
Herbostra's Irimedadi toothpaste is an all natural dental care product uniquely formulated with Irimeda, Neem, Manjishtha, Khadira and various other potent ingredients. It removes bacteria and takes care of oral cavity. It cleans teeth, stregthens gums and prevent tooth decay. It is fluoride free, contains no triclosan and no synthetic colour or fragrances.
Irimedadi is a popular traditional formulation for dental care in Ayurveda. It has cleansing and anti microbial properties. It strengthen gums, teeth, protects the enamel and improves gingival health.
Herbostra 2 in 1 Oil Pulling Mouthwash
Herbostra 2 in 1 Oil Pulling Mouthwash is formulated with Sesame Oil and 25 potent herbs which helps to cleanse the mouth cavity, strengthen the gums and teeth along with anti-microbial properties. A unique blend of ancient ingredients & modern technology which do not leave any smell or oiliness in the mouth. It is 100% natural with no synthetic flouride and triclosan.
Oil pulling is an age old practice to cleanse the mouth cavity with the use of oil. It whitens teeth, strengthen gums and prevents bad breath. Unlike regular mouthwash, the benefits of Oil Pulling are much more than just cleansing. It detoxifies the body, improves digestion and prevents dryness of mouth, lips and throat. It is usually done early in the morning before brushing.
Herbal Digestive Bitters
Herbostra digestive Bitters is uniquely formulated, using various bitter herbs to support the digestive system. It eliminates wastes & impurities from the body and coordinates the metabolism of sugar & fats. Bitters engage and excite the digestive system and trigger the secretion of various enzymes and strengthen your gut. Herbosta Digestive Bitters is not for medicinal use. It is natural and herbal.
MRP - 1085/- (Inclusive of all taxes)
Made in India
Use before 24 months from the date of manufacturing
Manufacturing Address - Venus Bioceuticals Pvt Ltd, GUT 517/2, village Kelthan, Taluka - Wada, District - Palghar, (Mah)-401204
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