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North Korean Toothpaste also Treats Bites, Eczema and Burns

May 25, 2009: 07:45 AM EST
A natural toothpaste that helps to prevent paradentitis, periodontitis and caries, and can be used on insect bites, eczema and burns, has been developed in North Korea (DPRK). The paste is made from microelements that treat stomatitis, and includes 10 pharmaceuticals made by traditional methods. According to an article published in North Korea, the toothpaste “increases salivation so as to immediately disintegrate and absorb carbohydrate, removes mouth smell and stimulates the digestion, thus keeping the mouth clean and making people feel fresh”.
"Natural Toothpaste with Special Remedial Result Developed in North Korea (DPRK) _05-26-09", Mathaba, May 25, 2009
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