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Willing to bet it's one but worth a shot.
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Ordered. Guess we'll see if I actually get 6. Thanks OP.
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Good price. But unless you have a specific reason to do fluoride free, I'd get traditional toothpaste with fluoride instead. Fluoride prevents cavities. This is especially true if you drink filtered reverse osmosis water that's has fluoride removed.
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Good price. But unless you have a specific reason to do fluoride free, I'd get traditional toothpaste with fluoride instead. Fluoride prevents cavities. This is especially true if you drink filtered reverse osmosis water that's has fluoride removed.
Infants are not supposed to have fluoride, that's why they get special toothpaste
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They cancelled my last "pack of 6" order.
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I see 6.13$
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In for one
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i think is for one ama try tho. lol
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Good price. But unless you have a specific reason to do fluoride free, I'd get traditional toothpaste with fluoride instead. Fluoride prevents cavities. This is especially true if you drink filtered reverse osmosis water that's has fluoride removed.
Not to stir up some heated arguments here but I would suggest to everyone to look at diverse research studies (ideally not profit motive driven) available for the chemicals they ingest as well as the historical context behind why a toxic waste byproduct might be diluted and pushed into the water system.
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Infants are not supposed to have fluoride, that's why they get special toothpaste
This doesn't say "infant" toothpaste. It says "kids", and kids are supposed to and need to have Fluoride.
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is it safe for cat? serious question
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They cancelled my last "pack of 6" order.
i did get the detergent snafu, but that was free delivery. This is p/u .Anyone try?
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Good price. But unless you have a specific reason to do fluoride free, I'd get traditional toothpaste with fluoride instead. Fluoride prevents cavities. This is especially true if you drink filtered reverse osmosis water that's has fluoride removed.
Ingesting flouride is not good for you.
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Good price. But unless you have a specific reason to do fluoride free, I'd get traditional toothpaste with fluoride instead. Fluoride prevents cavities. This is especially true if you drink filtered reverse osmosis water that's has fluoride removed.
Fluoride is a neurotoxin, that's why you have a poison warning on the back of your tube of toothpaste.

It does strengthen teeth, but it also poisons the rest of your body.

I haven't had fluoride in the past 9 years and there has been no noticeable increase in cavities.

Question what I'm saying in favor of whatever authority you'd prefer to trust, but this
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