The toothpaste that was once widely used by millions of people is no longer needed, thanks to the introduction of a new product by a company that is currently facing criticism over the way it treats the environment.
Tartar shampoo was developed in the 1970s by Dr. Henry A. Tashkin, an American chemist who founded the company in the United States.
Its ingredients include potassium permanganate, an alkali that is toxic to plants and animals and also to humans.
Tastar was marketed by the company as a natural toothpaste for people who do not use toothpaste.
But it is a toxic ingredient that can be absorbed through the skin and can also be absorbed into the bloodstream by people with weakened immune systems, including children.
Tashkin was a vocal critic of the toxic ingredients, calling them “a major threat to the health of all living things.”
The new toothpaste is a cheaper alternative, but is also more toxic, according to a statement released Wednesday by the nonprofit Environmental Working Group, which is an advocacy group that tracks the impact of chemicals on the environment and human health.
The new product is called Tashkan’s Super Tashkent, and it uses the same ingredients as Tashkas shampoo but is made with a different formulation of permanganates and a natural mineral called germanium, the group said.
It was not immediately clear if Tashka’s Super-Tashkents would be available in Canada or Europe.
Tishkin is also the president of the company that made Tash-Kent shampoo.
The Environmental Working group said the new toothbrush contains more toxic ingredients than the original Tashko’s SuperTash.
It said Tashken-Tasha is the best of both worlds.
“It’s a toothbrush that is much more toxic than Tashakons original toothbrush,” said Sarah Gervais, an expert on toxic materials at the University of Guelph.
“Tash-kent’s SuperKent is less toxic, but it’s a bit of a leap of faith.”
The EWG said that, despite the new product being safer than Tishkent shampoo, it still contains dangerous amounts of lead and mercury.
“The EWGE is calling on the government to immediately halt the sale of TashKent’s new SuperTac, and to review Tashen’s TashTash brand, as well as its parent company, TashCo, to ensure that it does not contain harmful chemicals,” the group wrote in a news release.
The EW Group said that the new Tash kent shampoo has been found in five cases of human health issues that the group has traced back to the product.
One person in Florida tested positive for lead poisoning.
Two people tested positive with mercury, the EWG wrote.
Tasha-Tahr is a name that means “the one who fights,” according to the company website.
The company says the word Tahr means “tough” in Arabic, which suggests the brand was created to protect people who have experienced abuse.
“I think it’s really important to be clear that the product has been thoroughly vetted,” said Tasha-Keshan, who was not involved in the study.
“I think that it’s very important for consumers to know what it is that’s in the product and how it affects the environment.”
Tashko has not responded to requests for comment.