What are the benefits of Ganozhi toothpaste?

What are the benefits of Ganozhi toothpaste?

What are the benefits of Ganozhi toothpaste?

Therapeutic Benefits of Ganozhi Plus Tooth Paste (enriched with Ganoderma)

  • The Sentry at Mouth – Prevents all kinds of Oral Infections.
  • Prevents Bad Breath – foul smell.
  • Relieves from Tooth-aches and Tooth Sensitivity.
  • Relieves from Oral Ulcers and Gum Bleeding.
  • Keeps mouth fresh all thru the day.

Is DXN toothpaste good?

From India For any problems of the teeth and mouth DXN toothpaste is very good. Also good for mouth ulcers and is preventive for cancer of the tongue and mouth.

Does Ganozhi toothpaste have fluoride?

Ganozhi Toothpaste is 100% fluoride free, no saccharin and no artificial colouring. It contains high quality Ganoderma, food gel and menthol. It leaves a pleasant feeling in your mouth after using it.

What is DXN?

DXN is a multilevel marketing company based in Malaysia. Founded in 1993 by Datuk Dr. Lim Siow Jin, DXN manufactures and markets dietary supplements containing the mushrooms Ganoderma or Lingzhi. DXN products are marketed by affiliated companies Daehsan, Ltd.

What is DXN Ganozhi toothpaste?

DXN Ganozhi Toothpaste contains high quality Ganoderma, foodgel, menthol and food flavouring. It does not contain fluroide, saccharin and artificial colouring. It cleanses your teeth, leaves your mouth fresh with a pleasant smell and makes your teeth brighter and gums healthier.

What are the benefits of Ganozhi soap?

Ganozhi Soap is specially formulated and enriched with Ganoderma extract and palm oil. It gently cleanses the skin while preserving its natural oils without damaging skin structure. The use of palm oil enriched with vitamin E and anti-oxidant agents helps to revitalize your skin and delays the aging process.

What are the side effects of Ganoderma?

What Are Side Effects Associated with Using Reishi?

  • Dry mouth, throat, and nose.
  • Itchy mouth, throat, and nose.
  • Stomach upset.
  • Nosebleed.
  • Bloody stools.
  • Rash (from reishi wine)
  • Allergies (from breathing reishi spores)