Dr. Katz's TheraBreath with New Active Ingredient-Pharmagene
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Chlorine Dioxide component reduces the Volatile Sulfur Compounds of bad breath
Bio-Cide International, Inc.
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Chlorine dioxide is a powerful molecule used in the treatment of halitosis and various periodontal diseases. Based on extensive research, Dr. Katz has introduced a new active ingredient in his TheraBreath mouthwash called Pharmagene. This powerful ingredient is a solution of sodium chloride. Since TheraBreath contains Pharmagene, there is no need to add any undesired chemicals such as acid or bleach, thus it's the perfect solution for instantaneously destroying the halitosis causing bacteria and compounds in the mouth. Additionally, it provides long residual effects in preventing the formation of halitosis.