Minty, Minty! OraMD for a Fresh Mouth! Review

 Over the past several years. . . or decade even, I've been trying to make the switch to more natural products. It really does scare me how many chemicals are in everything nowadays.  I do what I can.  I still hadn't switched to a "natural" toothpaste though.  

I was recently given the opportunity to try out another great Trusted Health Products item.
This time I was able to try out Trusted Health's OraMD.  I received a bottle for free to facilitate my review.  I received no other compensation. And as always, all opinions are 100% mine.

I won't say that I wasn't nervous to try out something new that was meant to clean my teeth.  I mean. . . . . I've used regular store-bought toothpaste my whole life.  At this point, it's a little weird to switch to something different.  

I have tried a toothpaste with xylitol before in my efforts to go more natural, but that toothpaste just left me feeling like I had little socks on my teeth.  I never felt like my teeth were "clean".    They could have been, I just didn't have that clean feeling.

With OraMD, the weirdest part for me was using something liquid. It only takes 2 - 5 drops on your toothbrush to be able to brush your teeth.  Once you put your drops on, it looks like there's nothing there.  But, when you put it in your mouth~~  Whoa!!!
The paper that you receive with your OraMD warns that the liquid might seem strong the first couple times you use it and that it will subside in 2 - 7 days.  That sounds about right.  It was indeed extremely strong the first time I used it.  You do in fact get used to it though.  If it happens to hit the back of your tongue, it is extremely bitter.  You're not supposed to swallow this stuff, so try hard to not let it hit those "bitter receptors" anyway!

The first time I used it, I walked up to my poor unsuspecting son and breathed right in his face.  Then I asked him what it smelled like.  He said it smelled minty.  A couple days later, I did the same thing to my daughter.  She said it smelled minty too.  The good thing about the OraMD is that it keeps my mouth feeling fresh and minty MUCH longer than normal toothpastes do.  

OraMD is made with:
Almond Oil
Peppermint Oil and 
Spearmint Oil

The combination of botanical oils works by killing the bacteria that can cause periodontal disease and tooth decay. 

My thoughts:
Definitely really strong the first couple times.
Using liquid wasn't as weird as I thought it would be.  At least the liquid doesn't leave globs of toothpaste in the sink!
Leaves my mouth fresher than anything I've ever used in the past.

OraMD can be bought at the Trusted Health Products website for $22.97 per bottle.
You can also choose auto-ship to get a better deal.  Here are the prices for autoship.  Also note: You can choose how often you'd like to have them shipped.

*OraMD Original Single Bottle AutoShip price:  $19.97
*OraMD Original Two Bottles AutoShip price:  $30.63
*OraMD Original Three Bottles AutoShip price:  $39.94

So, it is possible to get it for $13.31 per bottle if you do autoship on 3 bottles. One bottle could take the place of one month's supply of toothpaste, mouthwash and mints if you choose to do it that way.  If you only use it as a toothpaste with 2 drops twice a day, each bottle could last up to 100 days (there are approximately 400 drops per bottle.)

It's also important to note that it will polish your teeth, but not whiten your teeth.  If you're used to using a whitening toothpaste, you will still have to take some other steps to whiten.  Of course being a company that promotes natural products, Trusted Health Products recommends that you use baking soda and peroxide.  They also say that you can use a whitening toothpaste 2 - 3 times a week if you'd wish.  

Be sure to check out how you can try it out for JUST the cost of shipping below this informative video.



The OraMD is actually meant to be used as a multi-step system.  You may use it as a toothpaste, a mouthwash and as a freshener.  You can see more about that in this video:

Great news for HBHL readers!  If you'd like to try OraMD, they'd like to let you try it for only the cost of shipping~~

For a limited time, the manufacturer is willing to offer my readers one FREE bottle. They said they would love to have our readers try out OraMD and agreed to send one bottle FREE if our readers would pay a minimal shipping and handling charge. This is a one-time only offer!  They also agreed to include 2 eye-opening reports called 1) “The 6 Hidden Dangers In Toothpaste” and 2) “Why The FDA Requires A Warning Label On Your Toothpaste.”  That’s a total value of over $40.00.  Click here to get your FREE bottle and FREE reports now.




 GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED!

ALSO, Trusted Health Products offered to do a  Giveaway for one bottle of OraMD to 
3 different HBHL readers!!!

Giveaway is open to residents who are at least 18 years old in:
US, Europe, Canada and Australia who have NOT won OraMD before.

You may enter on the Giveaway Tools form below.
 Giveaway begins Friday August 21, 2015 and runs until 11:59 PM EST Sept. 12, 2015 
Good Luck!

Entry-Form

Disclosure: I received a sample of the OraMD from Trusted Health Products for free to facilitate my review.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are 100% mine.
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