Fluoride Free Healthy Toothpaste in China!

For those of you living in or visiting China, keep your eye out for this brand of toothpaste – it is completely fluoride-free and a great alternative to normal commercially available toxic toothpaste.

My friends who are fluent in Chinese and very consciously aware gave me this toothpaste and I wanted to share it with you, because if you don’t speak or read Chinese, you would not have a clue as the entire package is in Chinese! Here is the safe toothpaste to buy:

Print this out & bring it to the shop with you!


The symbol on the left means 'No Fluoride' in Chinese


Look for the 'No Fluoride' symbol on your toothpaste!

Why is Fluoride – Free Toothpaste better for you?

Read this excerpt from Cleanse & Purify Thyself by Dr. Richard Anderson:

    ‘Sodium fluoride is a waste product from aluminum milling companies that has quietly and profitably been recycled into the bodies and brains of millions. The popular concept that sodium fluoride is good for teeth is fraudulent – a dangerous lie. It has now been proven that it does nothing to prevent tooth decay. It is calcium fluoride, not sodium fluoride which is good for the teeth.

    Do our government decision makers know this? Perhaps some are not fully informed, but it is the responsibility of lawmakers to know the facts before they legislate. Money and power, often, or in many cases, usually speak louder than conscience.

    Sodium fluoride actually increases tooth brittleness, likelihood of breakage, discoloration and periodontal bone loss. Sodium fluoride is a deadly poison that is used to kill rats by destroying the digestive system. Sodium fluoride is a deadly heavy metal and is even more poisonous than lead. Communist Russia put sodium fluoride in the drinking water system because it was thought to alter parts of the brain, which made people more open to suggestion.’

Next time you are in the supermarket, look at the label on the rat poison containers. You will see sodium fluoride!! So, can you understand how it would be a very good idea to use toothpaste containing NO sodium fluoride?

If you find more healthy natural fluoride-free toothpastes, add a comment to this post and we can all help to educate each other!

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Jennifer Thompson has been working with raw food, juices, smoothies and detox for over two decades to help people heal. Today, she shares her expertise worldwide, offering lectures, workshops, training and one-on-one consultations at various health and detox retreat centers. She provides Iridology Readings & Health Coaching via Skype and Phone to clients and continues to educate, motivate and inspire others on their journey of healing. When she’s not working, you’ll find her hiking in the mountains, power-walking along the sea or globe-trotting to a new and exotic health destination.

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  1. Scott
    Scott says:

    Unfortunately Tianqi was blackballed by the major supermarket chains for this. The chains refused to carry toothpaste which so obviously implied doubt about the merits of fluoride. If fluoride is so wonderful, why are these people using the absence thereof as a marketing tool?? As a result Tianqi eventually caved and removed the prominent “no fluoride” logo from their packaging. Price is/was however a small fraction of what Jennifer paid in Korea.

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    • Jennifer
      Jennifer says:

      The toothpaste is normally 15,000 KRW for one tube; I bought 2 for that price, so $14 USD total or $7 USD each.

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  2. D
    D says:

    Hi Jennifer! Oh, I was just in China last month…Had I known I would have bought some. I do have a friend staying in China. I’m going to ask him to send me some of this toothpaste if I can’t order it online! Thanks for posting this info! Cheers, D

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  3. Cassie
    Cassie says:

    Just yesterday my dentist insisted that I buy a flouride toothpaste from her to protect my teeth, I just looked at the back and it is 1.1% sodium flouride as the main ingredient. Is this product just as toxic?

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    • Jennifer
      Jennifer says:

      Yes! Sodium Flouride is toxic. Look at a label of rat poison and you will see for yourself. I would rather have 0% rat poison in my toothpaste!! By the way, I have never had braces or teeth bleaching – and look at my teeth 🙂 I give them exercise by chewing raw foods and keep them clean by not eating sugar!

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