Doctors have come up with another spectacular use for the miracle plant Aloe Vera - it also battles gum disease!

Researchers at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center applied aloe vera extract to the gums of 14 dental patients twice over a six month period.

They quickly improved, thanks to aloe's antibacterial and wound healing properties.

Ironically, aloe was used in dental treatments way back in the 12th century by a Benedictine herbalist nun.

Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), in her book Hildegarde's Medicine, advocated tooth brushing with aloe and myrrh - both of which have antibacterial, decay-preventative properties.

We may all
be brushing
with a paste
made from it

PROTECT YOUR TEETH AND GUMS WITH

NATURE'S CHOICE ALOE VERA TOOTHPASTE