GingiPhase, 120 caps

Healing Dental and Gum Support Formula

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Healing Periodontal and Gum Support Formula
  • Natural dental support formula designed to support healthy gums, teeth and jaw bone tissues
  • Exerts inflammation-modulating properties to maintain dental ligament strength and gum health
  • Advanced herbal blend targets destructive “bio-films” implicated in gum health issues
  • Promotes healthy blood circulation to jaw to support alveolar bone health*
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How GingiPhase Works

Many dental issues arrise when substances gather and form a “biofilm” that coats tooth surfaces at or below the gum line. These substances cause your body to mount an immune response that, in turn, begins to affect your gum tissues. Eventually, if the source of irritation is not brought under control, the process can affect supportive bone structures (alveolar bone) that play a critical role in anchoring teeth firmly in place.

As we age, regular dental cleanings and at-home care become less effective on their own. Traditional herbs have been shown to bridge the gap by exerting properties that can aid in supporting the structural and functional health of your gums and jawbone.

Drynaria The “Bone-Knitting” Herb

(As Referenced in the White Paper: Drynaria — The Benefits of a Unique Bone-Building Herb for Gingivitis and Osteoporosis)

The main ingredient in GingiPhase is Drynaria. This herb has a long history as both a traditional Chinese medicine, and as an effective answer to many bone-related ailments.

Advanced gum disease involves a significant loss of alveolar bone, the portion of the jaw that attaches to, and anchors, teeth. If left untreated, alveolar bone loss can result in increased loosening and eventual loss of teeth.

Advanced gum disease also contributes to a host of additional health problems from increased exposure to bacterial colonies that thrive in the mouth, teeth and gums. These disorders include heart disease and heart attack, stroke, atherosclerosis, prostate swelling, mouth and throat cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis.

Loss of alveolar jaw bone is a localized form of osteoporosis, and supplements that support bone and gum growth can aid in restoring healthy alveolar bone to firmly anchor the teeth, and to prevent tooth loss and aid in chewing.

Modern research has identified the physiological actions by which traditional “bone-knitting” herbs work to rebuild bone tissues. Over time a large body of contemporary research has focused on one particular herb that is particularly effective at restoring bone loss arising from periodontal disease—the herb Drynaria fortunei.

Bone building, called remodeling, requires maintaining a careful balancing act between the destruction of weak, old bone (resorption) and the manufacturing of new, healthy bone (regeneration). When old bone is broken down at a faster rate than new bone is created, the result is osteoporosis.8,12,13

Drynaria has been shown to improve bone rebuilding in several examples of excessive bone loss.

  • Inhibiting osteoclast function: Osteoclasts are specialized cells that break down old bone to provide a space for healthy new bone. This is a normal, healthy process unless it outpaces the body’s ability to create new bone tissue. Drynaria has been shown to support healthy osteoclast function without entirely halting it.3,15,17,18,20,21,22,30,33
  • Stimulating osteoblast function: Osteoblasts are specialized cells within bones that deposit new, healthy bone in the spaces created by osteoclasts. When osteoblasts can’t keep up with the pace of bone resorption, loss of bone tissue accelerates, resulting in osteoporosis. Drynaria has been shown in multiple studies to stimulate osteoblasts to produce more healthy bone tissue.7,12,18,22,25,26,28,30,32,34,36,39
  • Osteogenesis [mesenchymal cells]: Osteogenesis is the process by which cells in bone marrow differentiate to become new osteoblast cells capable of producing new bone tissue. Not only is it necessary to stimulate osteoblasts to produce bone, but to also stimulate bone marrow to produce new osteoblast cells to replace those lost to disease and the process of natural cell death. Several studies have shown that Drynaria stimulates osteogenesis to provide bones with an adequate supply of new osteoblasts.1,2,4,5
  • Loss of Ovaries: Accelerated bone loss in recently menopausal women is associated with the loss of ovarian function. Extracts of Drynaria have been shown to positively affect weakened bones in female mammals following the loss of ovaries.

Drynaria for Dental Health

Periodontal disease, a chronic disorder that results in the loss of bone tissues and teeth, affects one out of every two adults aged 30 and over, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

A recent study, titled Prevalence of Periodontitis in Adults in the United States: 2009 and 2010, estimates that over 47 percent, or almost 65 million American adults, have mild, moderate or severe periodontitis, the more advanced form of periodontal disease. And for adults 65 and older, the rate of periodontal disease exceeds 70 percent.

In addition to the pain, misery, and embarrassment associated with losing one’s teeth, new research shows a positive link between periodontal issues  and increased incidence of other chronic disorders.

Based on a significant body of contemporary research, Drynaria rhizome has been shown to aid in halting and reversing the destructive loss of gums and alveolar bone. Drynaria has also been shown to promote the growth of alveolar bone and the periodontal ligament to aid in restoring and maintaining dental health.

Combined with other herbs in a synergistically balanced formula, (GingiPhase® for example), Dyrnaria can aid in supporting optimal periodontal health while addressing a wide range of disorders known to interact with, and contribute to, periodontal issues.

What is GingiPhase Made From?

Traditional Chinese Culture relies on ancient time-proven botanicals — here’s what we use in GingiPhase.

Prepared Rehmannia (root) (Shu Di Huang)
Native to China, this herb is the cooked or steamed root of the herbaceous plant Rehmannia glutinosa Libosch of the Scrophulariaceae family. Rehmannia has been used to address diabetes, “tired blood” (anemia), fever, and weakened bones (osteoporosis).
Goji (berry) (Gou Qi Zi)
A shrub native to China, this herb is high in antioxidants, which are shown to strengthen the cells of your body in order to protect against gum disease and tooth decay.
Cimicifuga (rhizome) (Sheng Ma)
Native to China, this herb has inflammation regulating properties.
Bai-zhu Atractylodes (rhizome) (Bai Zhu)
A perennial herb originating in China with inflammation regulating properties.
Forsythia (fruit) (Lian Qiao)
Native to China, this herb is an ornamental shrub with inflammation regulating properties.
Sanguisorba (root) (Di Yu)
A perennial herb found throughout China that possesses inflammation regulating properties.
Millettia dielsiana (stem) (Ji Xue Teng)
A type of climbing vine native to east Asia, which has blood circulating properties.
Dong Quai (root) (Dang Gui)
An herb native to China, this herb grows in cool, high altitude mountains in East Asia. It is a member of the celery family and is known for its properties of boosting or activating blood circulation, blood deficiency, and supporting a healthy immune response.
Psoralea (fruit) (Bu Gu Zhi)
Native to West Asia, it is an annual herb of Leguminosa, and is known for invigorating the bones.
Chinese Skullcap (root) (Huang Qin)
Native to China and parts of Russia, this herb is derived from a flowering plant used that possesses inflammation regulating properties.
Coptis (rhizome) (Huang Lian)
Coptis (goldthread or canker root) Native to China, this stemless perennial herb is known for its inflammation regulating properties.

Directions

As a dietary supplement, take 3 capsules, 2 times daily. Or take 2 capsules, 3 times daily. May be taken with or without food.
Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.
Clear results are expected within 1-2 months of use, depending on the current health of oral tissues.

Safety & Efficacy

The surprising safety and efficacy of Tango formulas is a result of our innovative approach of combining time-proven herbal ingredients with modern, state-of-the-art manufacturing and testing, and quality control standards.

In the United States new drugs typically undergo 3-5 years of human clinical testing before being approved for sale by the FDA. Unfortunately, serious side effects often don’t appear until a new drug has been taken by a larger number of people, over longer periods of time.

By comparison, herbal tonic formulas have undergone a constant state of development and refinement over periods stretching back thousands of years. This has contributed to a large and sophisticated body of empirical knowledge — gathered over countless generations — that reveals which herbs are safe and most capable of supporting human health.

At Tango, we stand behind all of our products’ safety and efficacy. In addition to using only the highest quality ingredients, we manufacture all our products in-house at certified GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) facilities. Our products undergo multilayered analytical testing — overseen by Dr. Richard Ko, former senior research scientist with the California Department of Health Services, Food and Drug Branch for 16 years, and currently a senior FDA consulting scientist.

6-Month, Money-Back Guarantee

We are dedicated to our customer’s health and well-being, and we proudly stand behind all our products and processes. That’s why, in addition to rigorous testing and safety protocols — we also offer a 6-Month, Money-Back Guarantee with all of our products!

You can rest easy knowing you have the worry-free relief and support you need.

Reviews

FAQs

What is the recommended daily dose of GingiPhase?

The recommended daily dose of GingiPhase is 3 capsules, 2-3 times per day.

How much GingiPhase can I safely take in a day?

You do not need to take more than 9 capsules in a day to gain the full effectiveness of the GingiPhase supplement.

How do I know GingiPhase is working for me?

GingiPhase is a Tango Advanced Nutrition product that should get to work immediately, restoring your overall health while also focusing on the health of your jaw, gums, and teeth. It should also promote the health of your gums so that you feel better and have less physical discomfort day and night.
Usually, very clear results show up in the first month of use for most men and women.
The change should be very noticeable. Instead of saying to yourself:
“I think this might be helping me.”
You’ll likely have the feeling:
“Wow, I feel a lot better.”
However, most men and women using GingiPhase report that at 6-8 weeks of consistent, daily use, noticeable and clear results occurred.

Do I have to take GingiPhase forever?

Every person has a different set of circumstances that will determine how their mouth health will be best maintained when using GingiPhase. Just as your response to the supplement will be determined by your individual health circumstances. Issues with gum health may be long-standing over many years. This may determine how soon you notice positive changes and how long you may need or wish to take the formula.
However, the formula is strong enough so that most men and women should expect to see benefits within the first month of use.
When positive changes occur, you can lower your dose gradually by one capsule at a time every 4-5 days and expect to see continued benefits. The reason for this is that, as with all true health-promoting supplements, GingiPhase provides restorative results not just temporary ones.

When should I take GingiPhase?

The most important consideration in taking GingiPhase is to use it daily and consistently. Convenience makes regular use possible, so including GingiPhase in your regular supplement routine is a good idea.
You can take GingiPhase with or without food.
Morning and early evening are the best times to take the formula to spread out its benefits over a 24-hour period.
Some people take their evening dose of GingiPhase about 1 hour before bedtime to make sure they have beneficial nutrients working while they sleep.

Can I take GingiPhase with other supplements?

Yes, you can take GingiPhase with and at the same time as you take other dietary supplements.

I take over-the-counter/prescriptive medicines for my heart and blood circulation. Can I take GingiPhase with them?

You can take GingiPhase while you are using other products for your circulation or any other condition. However, you should always take GingiPhase, or any other supplement, at least 2 hours away from any medication to reduce any possible risk of interaction.
If you have any questions about using GingiPhase or any other supplement while you are using medications of any type, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

Can I combine GingiPhase with some of your other products like Vital Cell or Herbal Boost?

You can take 2 capsules, 2 times per day of Vital Cell along with your regular doses of GingiPhase and expect additional benefits from the promotion of blood circulation.
You can also call one of our product specialists if you have questions about how best to combine our formulas. The toll-free number for product questions is 1-866-778-2646, ext. 2.

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