- Activated charcoal oral rinse that improves oral health
- Made with Reverse osmosis water, xylitol, and turmeric
- No fructose
- No fluoride
- No alcohol
- Patented formula
- Free of animal ingredients and animal testing
Ingredients Concern: None discovered
Cons: May have to rinse several times before the mouth is completely free of charcoal, Need to spit carefully and close to the drain to avoid making a mess
Jessica created My Magic Mud for her daughter who had a condition that made her susceptible to cavities and tooth sensitivity. She tested several natural remedies including baking soda but landed on activated charcoal and saw huge improvements in the whitening of her daughter's teeth and cleansing of her mouth. My Magic Mud was born after friends asked for the powder to whiten their teeth as well.
The process that produces reverse osmosis water removes contaminants and this reduces the probability of oral exposure to such contaminants .
Xylitol targets dental caries and plaque buildup, especially when it is used regularly .
Aloe vera has soothing properties as well as anti-plaque properties .
Cinnamon has antimicrobial activity and turmeric has anti-plaque, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties [6, 8].
Oral health and hygiene; Bad breath [5, 6]; Harmful microorganism and plaque removal 
Xylitol reduces the occurrence of dental caries and reverses the early caries process by lowering the level of microorganisms in plaque and saliva .
Aloe vera improves oral health by targeting mouth dryness that is linked to plaque formation, thereby lessening plaque buildup .
Activated charcoal absorbs microorganisms (e.g. bacteria, toxins, etc.) that contribute to plaque, dental caries, and even bad breath [4, 5].
Cinnamon, clove, turmeric, menthol, vitamin C, and fulvic-humic acid have antioxidant properties that target free radicals and other substances that may lead to dental problems [6-11].
Key Ingredients: Reverse osmosis water; Non-gmo xylitol; Aloe barbadensis (organic aloe vera juice); Clove flavor powder; Organic fulvic-humic acid trace mineral complex; Curcuma longa (organic turmeric extract), Menthol flavor; Vitamin C; Activated coconut shell charcoal (Did not see the mgs or % of ingredients on the package)
All Ingredients: Reverse osmosis water; Non-gmo xylitol; Aloe barbadensis (organic aloe vera juice); Sodium bicarbonate; Cinnamon clove flavor powder; Organic fulvic-humic acid trace mineral complex; Curcuma longa (organic turmeric extract); Menthol flavor; Vitamin C; Nisin; Natamycin; Activated coconut shell charcoal
Charcoal may settle. Shake well before use. Take a swig form the 420 Flask, and Rise Like a Rebel for 30 to 60 seconds. For morning and bedtime use after brushing with My Magic Mud Toothpaste or Tooth Powder. Spit softly close to the drain. Don't swallow.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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