Many store-bought toothpaste brands contain Flouride.  Fluoride is a toxic chemical that links to thyroid damage as well as some additional health issues.  You may be considering natural store-bought toothpastes, these to come with their issues.  Some natural toothpaste in stores contain sulfites or sulfates as well as glycerin.

 

This natural toothpaste recipe is so easy to make and great for oral care. Simple ingredients that are possibly in your home.


 

Mix dry ingredients

 

 

Mix and .


Add coconut oil mixture to dry ingredients and mix well.
Place in a sealable container.  I like using recycled condiment containers so I can squeeze it out just like toothpaste.

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Natural Toothpaste for Oral health
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Recipe type: Oral Health
 
¾ cup baking soda 2 Tablespoons Bentonite clay 4 capsules of 1 cup Coconut oil 10 drops Peppermint essential oil 5 drops Frankincense essential oil 10 drops Melaleuca essential oil 2-3 drops stevia (optional) Mix dry ingredients in bowl (cup baking soda, Bentonite Clay, Activated charcoal)
Ingredients
  • 1¼ cup baking soda
  • 2 Tablespoons Bentonite clay
  • 4 capsules of Activated Charcoal
  • 1 cup Coconut oil
  • 10 drops Peppermint essential oil
  • 5 drops Frankincense essential oil
  • 10 drops Melaleuca essential oil
  • 2-3 drops stevia (optional)
Instructions
  1. Mix dry ingredients in bowl (cup baking soda, Bentonite Clay, Activated charcoal)
  2. Mix coconut oil and essential oils.
  3. Add coconut oil mixture to dry ingredients and mix well.
  4. Place in a sealable container. I like using recycled condiment containers so I can squeeze it out just like toothpaste.

21 comments on “Natural Toothpaste Recipe for Oral health ”

  1. Chanelle, this is interesting. I have had patients who experienced mouth irritation from toothpaste, so need an alternative. I would recommend that people check with their dentist before trying this, just to make sure it’s appropriate for them. Have you asked any dentist friends what they think about this recipe? Thanks.
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    • Aletha, I have had a conversation with my dentist about what I have changed and he had no concerns. I do think with anything you should always talk with a medical professional and if you are allergic to any ingredients to find a different alternative.

    • To be very honest, it does NOT taste good at all. I don’t add stevia to mine. Many I have seen do. In my mind this is a good thing because it reminds me to rinse and I use a 1:2 ratio of Listerine and hydrogen peroxide and that gets rid of the yucky taste. If you are really sensitive to the taste you can add 2-3 drops of stevia and it should help. I must say though, since using the more natural toothpaste with the my dental visits have been way more positive and my gum health has improve immensely. So, 5 minutes of yuck is worth less time in the dentist chair for me. 😉

    • Nice, did you create your own recipe or did you find it somewhere. I love my OnGaurd. The clove in the OnGaurd is great. I may try that next time, when I run out. 🙂

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