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Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Chewing Sticks Dual Pack-Original /Cinnamon 100 +100 Toothpick
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Thursday Plantation Tea Tree Chewing Sticks Dual Pack-Original /Cinnamon 100 +100 Toothpick

Item# SPM3286336602 | Model# 097467067059 | Added on July 15, 2014 | Seller:
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Tea Tree Chewing Sticks Dual Pack-Original Cinnamon by Thursday Plantation 100 +100 Toothpick Tea Tree Chewing Sticks Dual Pack-Original Cinnamon 100 100 Toothpick Product These toothpicks zing and make lesser mortal and plainer toothpicks feel oh so sad and lacking. These Tea Tree Toothpicks deliver therapeutic grade Melaleuca alternifolia oil between teeth and the gum line and help remove debris and plaque in places where brushes can't reach leaving breath fresh and clean. The world renown Thursday Plantation owes its name to the fact that it was on a Thursday in 1976 that the Australian Crown Lands department agreed to lease Christopher Dean a research site amidst the wetlands of Bungawalbyn near Ballina in New South Wales. These unique chewing sticks are a great aid for smoking cessation keeping hands busy while freshening your mouth. Directions Using Tea Tree Chewing Sticks after every meal and as desired is a useful addition to a regular dental care regime for controlling the ba
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