Drink Benefits:

  • Kills germs that causes bad breath up to 48 hours
  • Teeth whitening
  • Taste good and no-after taste
  • Helps relieve dry mouth symptoms
  • Stops bad morning breath
  • Reduces gum bleeding and inflammation
  • Kills bacteria that causes plaque formation & cavities
  • Kills tongue bacteria
  • Instantly neutralize acid levels in your mouth restoring fresh breath
  • No side-effects
  • No alcohol
  • Healthy gums
  • Minimizes anxiety & depression caused by bad breath

 

World Health Factoids:

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    Factoid/Statistics

    Bad breath or halitosis:

    The American Dental Association estimates one in four people have bad breath or “halitosis” and some studies have reported that approximately 50 percent of the adult population does have it. In fact, it is estimated that nearly 60 million people will suffer from chronic halitosis in the United States.

    Periodontal disease plays a role in numerous disease conditions throughout the body, including heart disease, strokes, ulcers and adverse pregnancy outcomes such as low birth weight and preterm births. Diabetes is also affected and increased by periodontal disease, which alters blood sugar control in diabetics.

    Gingival bleeding is highly prevalent among adult populations in all regions of the world; advanced disease with deep periodontal pockets (6 mm or more) affects; 10% to 15% of adults worldwide.

    Worldwide, 60–90% of school children and nearly 100% of adults have dental cavities.

    Severe periodontal (gum) disease, which may result in tooth loss, is found in 15–20% of middle-aged (35-44 years) adults. Globally, about 30% of people aged 65–74 have no natural teeth.

    Information provided by World Health Organization, April 2012 on Oral Health.


Conditions:

Bad breath–medically referred to as halitosis can be the result of poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems. In about 90% of genuine halitosis cases, the origin of the odor is in one’s mouth itself. Bacteria that build up in one’s mouth and between the teeth produce this bad odor.

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    Food We Eat Affects Breath?

    Basically, all the food eaten begins to be broken down in your mouth. As foods are digested and absorbed into the bloodstream they are eventually carried to your lungs and given off in your breath. If you eat foods with strong odors (such as garlic, meat, fish, cheese, cabbage or onions), brushing and flossing — even mouthwash — merely covers up the odor temporarily. The odor will not go away completely until the foods have passed through your body.
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    Morning Breath

    Digesting beer, spicy foods, tuna, cigarettes, garlic, onions and other strong foods create unpleasant odors. Using mouthwash, brushing, and flossing may mask odor, however, it’s a challenge to eliminate without getting to its root cause. Bacteria multiply in the mouth and feed off food particles lodged between the teeth, gums, and tongue. Unfortunately, this bacterium is attributable to the unpleasant odors.
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    Dry Mouth

    Dry mouth, also called xerostomia (ZEER-oh-STOH-mee-ah), is the condition of not having enough saliva, or spit, to keep the mouth wet. Saliva is necessary to moisten and cleanse the mouth by neutralizing acids produced by plaque and washing away dead cells that accumulate on the tongue, gums, and cheeks. If not removed, these cells decompose and can cause bad breath. Dry mouth may be caused by the side effects of various medications, salivary gland problems, or continuous breathing through the mouth. Dry mouth can happen to anyone occasionally—for example, when nervous or stressed.
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    Benefits

    TiMae Mouthwash and Oral-Ingest Drink (neutralizes stomach gases in 20 minutes) that offers up to 48 hours of improvement from bad breath, teeth whitening, dry mouth relief, stops gum bleeding/inflammation, children-safe, no after-taste, improves morning bad breath, and removes bacteria/plaque that causes gingivitis.

    Toothpaste & Chewing Gum Technology Hypothesis: Our 9 in 1 mouth rinse solution and an innovative safe ingredient for the toothpaste/chewing gum product line that reattach the gum back to the teeth while reducing the pocket depth by a factor of 2! In theory, while using an innovative advanced solution during teeth brush and/or chewing gum; our product helps reattach the gum to the teeth by the constant brushing or chewing. This will in turn, reduce pocket depth by a factor of 2 and eliminates existing bacteria to prevent damage caused by the progression of periodontal disease. For example the hypothesis is: a pocket depth of 6 mm will reduce to 4 mm! Thus, saving the tooth and to help maintain a healthy smile.

    Next Generation Products: Toothpaste, chewing gum, breath mints & stomach gas relief

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    Efficacy

    Efficacy of all natural ingredients mouthwash: an eight-month clinical trial.

    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study was to evaluate, compare, and monitor the efficacy of all natural ingredients in mouthwash. Our research focused on bad breath, gum bleeding, inflamed gums, teeth whitening; morning breath, product-taste, dry mouth, a palate taste after a rinse, and long term side-effects. Condition determined: Bad breath and morning breath were evaluated by subjects exhaling and odors were detected by a nose of a researcher. Gum bleeding was observed by the subjectsusing a toothbrush, dental pick and dental floss while teeth whitening/inflamed gums were measured on a visual inspection. During the dry mouth and taste test, the subjects were asked to complete a palate form. Lastly, TiMae Health monitored long term side effects by observation and visual inspection.

    OBJECTIVE: This clinical study evaluated the efficacy of a mouthwash and a stomach-ingests drink versus a control mouthwash without the stomach-ingest drink to determine odor level and effectiveness. Subjects were monitored every 24 hours.

    METHODS: Subjects were instructed to brush and rinse twice-daily and ingest 0.2 ounces once daily. The mouthwash was used by vigorously gargling for 30 seconds and NO rinsing with water after using the mouthwash.

    RESULTS: The study enrolled 13 adults (mean age 43.84 years; age range 20-54). The subjects who used the mouthwash by rinsing and ingesting the stomach-ingests drink,realized a statistically significant number of hours (48 hours) of fighting bacteria that caused bad breath. In addition, the stomach-ingests drink neutralized the stomach gases in 20 minutes. In comparison to the control group using just the mouthwash, they yielded a reduction of odor and/or the removal of bad breath,but varied between 8-12 hours. Both studies realized the following: fresh breath, stopped gum bleeding, anti-inflammatory, dry mouth relief, killed germs that caused bad breath and the products taste were good. No study on teeth whitening was documented.

    CONCLUSION: Subjects that were administered both the mouthwash and stomach-injects drink had up to 48 hours of fresh breath. In comparison, the control mouthwash group had between 8-12 hours of fresh breath. The studies realized the products had phenomenal results in killing germs that caused plaque/cavities, stopped gum bleeding/inflammation, dry-mouth relief, killed morning bad breath and pleasant taste. Oral examinations by a dentist and expanded clinical trial are essential for an overall oral health assessment.

    NOTE:TiMae’s all natural products are presented for educational and informational purposes only. Always consult a physician for medical diagnosis, advice and treatment. Our statements regarding this communication have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.

    Inclusion Criteria:

    • Be 18 years of age or older
    • Oral rinse twice (2) day
    • Ingest one (2 ounce) daily
    • Eat normal – maintain same diet
    • May use any toothpaste brand

    Exclusion Criteria

    • Comply for 30 days
    • Not use a competitor’s mouthwash

    Other Info:

    Study Type: Interventional

    Study Design: Allocation: Randomized

    Endpoint Classification: Efficacy Study

    Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment

    Masking: Open Label

    Primary Purpose: Oral Health Services Research

    Official Title: Proof of Concept Study of an all-natural ingredient mouthwash

    Eligibility:

    Ages Eligible for Study:   18 Years and older

    Genders Eligible for Study:   Both

    Accepts Healthy Volunteers:   Yes

    Enrollment:

    Estimated Enrollment: 10

    Study Start Date: January 2014

    Estimated Study Completion Date: October 2014

    Estimated Primary Completion Date: December 2014 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)

     

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    Next Generation Products

    Toothpaste, chewing gum, breath mints & stomach gas relief.

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    TiMae’s Oral Hygiene Maintenance

    Maintaining good oral health is essential in reducing bad breath. Use TiMae Oral Rinse twice a day to help remove bacteria and plaque that cause bad breath and cavities. Also, brush twice a day to remove food debris and plaque. Flossing at least once daily will help remove food debris from between the teeth. TiMae recommends regular visits to the dentist for professional cleaning and checkups. Visit your dentist or physician to be sure a more serious condition isn’t causing your bad breath.

 

This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease”?

 

 

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