AlkaCare Mouthwash and Gargle
Item #: 271
Size: 16 oz
Single Price: $11.95
Experience invigorating freshness with the deep cleaning power of Alkacare. Along with brushing, flossing and regular dental check-ups, AlkaCare works to restore the mouth's pH balance and neutralize acidity. Its invigorating taste helps freshen breath and its antiseptic properties soothe sore gums and relieve a sore, scratchy throat. Add this refreshing alkalizing mouthwash to your dental routine and experience fresh breath that lasts.
AlkaCare is a uniquely versatile formula. Predominantly used as a mouthwash, AlkaCare's carefully exacted formula is great for so much more! AlkaCare, diluted, may be used for a nasal and sinus pack, as a personal cleansing solution or as a soothing pack for sinuses, liver and kidneys.
Importance of a Neutral pH Mouth
"To maintain a healthy mouth, the oral environment must have a relatively neutral chemical makeup, or a neutral pH. When the environment in the mouth becomes more acidic, dental cavities or other disorders can develop, according to Robert Burne, Ph.D., associate dean for research and chair of the UF College of Dentistry's department of oral biology.
'At that point, bacteria on the teeth make acid and acid dissolves the teeth. It's straightforward chemistry,' Burne said."1
"I have been very pleased with the AlkaCare. I use it for a mouth rinse and also a gargle when I feel a cold or sore throat coming on. My daughter who is 10 uses it for a gargle and also to rinse her braces. I like the natural ingredients and pleasant taste." - K.S., PA
"I woke up in the middle of the night, my eyes were itching miserably from allergies (they say it is 200% worse than last year). I took a wash cloth soaked with AlkaCare, placed it over my eyes, nose and sinuses, and within a few minutes the itch in my eyes completely went away and a short time later my sinuses cleared up." - B.B., Chester County, PA
1Sherburne, Morgan. "Fighting Cavities Could One Day Be as Easy as Taking a Pill, Research Shows." UF Health, University of Florida Health. UF Health, 10 Mar. 2016. Web. 22 Mar. 2016.