Natural No-Foam Tooth Cleaning System and Research-Based Toothbrushes {GIVEAWAY-NOW CLOSED}

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Yesterday’s Monday Mission on learning to brush your teeth like an adult is just begging for a companion giveaway, don’t you think?

Today OraWellness is offering TWO winners each a family pack of Bass toothbrushes and one bottle OraWellness Brushing Blend, a $32.97 value each.

Orawellness Bass toothbrushes and essential oil brushing blend (1) (475x356)

You can see what our family thinks about the whole system here – in a nutshell:

  • skeptic husband really likes it (“feels clean”)
  • I think the brushes and technique are as advertised
  • kids think the brushing blend is too spicy for them

Here’s more from the company about the prizes:

Bass toothbrushes:

The bristle tufts are more spaced out to allow more thorough cleaning under gum line. Rounded bristle tips are gentle on sensitive gum tissue and tooth enamel. Made in USA.

The organic botanicals in the Brushing Blend:

~  Effectively kill the bacteria that cause gum disease

~  Make it more difficult for the bacteria to deposit plaque on the tooth.

~  Support the gum tissue in the healing process by promoting greater blood circulation to the gums.

~ Includes Organic and wildcrafted essentials oils of:

  • cinnamon
  • peppermint
  • spearmint
  • clove
  • myrrh
  • manuka

in a base of Organic almond oil

Orawellness Bass toothbrushes and essential oil brushing blend (12) (356x475)


How do I use the Brushing Blend?


1.  When brushing… You can use the Brushing Blend by itself or in addition to your regular toothpaste. Apply 3 or 4 drops of Brushing Blend onto your toothbrush and brush as usual. Remember, the bacteria that cause gum disease can double every 20 minutes! For best results, brush at least 2 minutes twice daily using the Brushing Blend.

2. To eliminate chronic bad breath! We also highly encourage users to brush their tongues with the Brushing Blend after scraping the tongue with a tongue scraper to eliminate bad breath!

3. As a mouthwash… Simply place 1-2 drops of Brushing Blend in a small amount of water and swish to reduce the bad bugs in the mouth, freshen the breath AND increase saliva production all at the same time!

4. On Floss… Placing a drop between your index finger and thumb and running a piece of floss through the oils impregnates the floss with the antimicrobials in OraWellness. Flossing with OraWellness provides an even deeper method to get the antimicrobials deeper in the gum pockets especially between molars where gum disease gets going easiest!

Our 365 Day, No Questions, 100% Money Back Guarantee!

Try out the OraWellness Brushing Blend for a whole year and see if it works for you! We are so confident in our products that we stand behind them for a whole year. If you are not completely satisfied, just send back any unused portion of product and we will immediately refund your purchase price in full.


OraWellness has quite a wealth of information about the mouth and gums, like their videos:

  1. Get rid of bad breath
  2. Mouth probiotics

Feel free to browse their site HERE to learn more about natural oral health. Will and Susan’s story of how they came to the business is a good one – a classic tale of poor health, researching outside conventional advice, and discovering traditional wisdom with great success.


Giveaways at Kitchen Stewardship are run via a survey, which means comments on this post do not count (and will be deleted). In the long run, this is quicker for you if you go for extra entries.

There are 8 possible entries! Here’s what you can do to win:

  1. *Mandatory entry: What’s your most pressing oral health issue at the moment?
  2. Subscribe in a reader or via email to Kitchen Stewardship (or tell me if you already do).
  3. Tell me if you “LikeKitchen Stewardship on Facebook.
  4. Tell me if you “LikeOraWellness on Facebook.
  5. Follow @OraWellness on Twitter
  6. Tweet this: I learned to brush my teeth today from @kitchenstew. For real. Now I need to win these toothbrushes: [insert URL here]
  7. NEW: Subscribe to the KS Monthly newsletter. (This is different from a regular blog email subscriptiononce a month only, new information NOT found on the blog, plus special offers and coupons from time to time.)
  8. Enter the other giveaway this week – it’s coming tomorrow, and it’s for kid-friendly Earthpaste! You can come back here and edit the contest form to get your entry after tomorrow.

Remember, comments here DO NOT COUNT. You must use the survey form.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I will use Rafflecopter, powered by’s integer generator, to choose the winner, who will be announced on the blog and will receive an email. The giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. EST on Tuesday, April 30, and I’ll post the winners that week.

Disclosure:  I received products for my review at no charge, which of course did not affect my opinion in the least. Giveaways are paid advertising and a great thing for my readers, so I’m happy to include it separately from the review. See my full advertising disclosure here.

Official rules and small print stuff: 1) No purchase necessary to win 2) must be 13 or older to enter and have a mailing address within the sponsor’s boundaries (see above) 3) only one survey entry per person 4) odds of winning depend on number of entries 5) employees of Kitchen Stewardship, LLC or sponsoring company not eligible for participation 6) contest sponsored by Orawellness in Hawaii 7) prizes must be accepted as is and are not redeemable for cash 8 ) Kitchen Stewardship, LLC and sponsoring company are not liable for any injury or damage to persons and/or things as a result of the acceptance of the prize offered. 9) This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

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18 Bites of Conversation So Far

  1. Lacie says

    This is such a timely post! Even though I’m not quite 30, I have so many oral problems. I grew up very poor and was raised primarily by my father. His idea of a “good meal” was making us hamburger helper most nights and our vegetable, if you could call it that, was canned green beans or canned corn. We supplimented with lots of junk food and DIET soda (I know the issues with that now) I love my father, and am so proud of him, but my diet as a child contributed to many many cavaties. In the past five years, we have switched our diet to almost all local food. We also started recieving 3 gallons of raw milk a week, which has been impossible to find in our area. I have 2 boys and I want to do all I can to make their health better, and to clear up my issues. Thank you Katie for your quality work. KS has helped us move in a positive direction over the years through your baby steps process. My favorite book of yours is the beans book. I subscribe to the newsletter and am a fan on facebook.

  2. says

    Thanks for this series. Yesterday I got up from reading your post and re-brushed my teeth. It will take some practice to make the motion second nature, but my teeth did feel cleaner.

    • Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship says

      So cool, Marcella! If everyone who reads the oral health week series brushes an extra time, that can’t hurt! 😉 Katie

  3. Ashley says

    I changed the way I’m brushing as of yesterday & cal tell a difference for sure! The Bass method really does get into the gums better. Hopefully my dentist is pleased :)

  4. Kristy says

    Two of my girls have cavities right now, even though they brush and floss regularly. I tried the bass method last night, and this morning and it really feels different. I will be trying to do this method on my girls. Thank you for this info.

  5. Rachel says

    we’re definitely most worried about cavities right now…no major issues at the moment, but definitely just want to keep cavities and future problems away!

  6. Julie says

    I agree with Rachel. Cavities are a problem right now for my 5 year old. And she’s my most diligent tooth brusher and flosser. :-(

  7. Jennifer says

    Whoops! I already have a subscription to your blog, but I might have resubscribed above. I clicked on the link to get another entry but I thought it would give me a chance to say I’ve already subscribed.

  8. Karen says

    Sorry, I’m not used to entering blog giveaways, but I really want this product. How do I access the survey form? I don’t see a link for it.

    • Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship says

      The Rafflecopter form is right below the numbered list for the entries. I’m not sure if ad blockers can impact this or not. ?? You click on the “+1” by “mandatory entry” and fill in the blank. Good luck! :) Katie

  9. Sarah D says

    I would have to say, I changed the way I brush my teeth after I read this and I’ve noticed a huge difference! Thank you!

  10. Rachel B says

    I’ve recently had some problems with my tonsils, and am trying to find “natural” information on the lymph system in general, and particularly tonsillitis, but haven’t found much. Does anyone happen to know if improved oral health directly makes a big difference for tonsils?

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