Homemade toothpaste recipe?

Answered on March 21, 2014
Created March 21, 2014 at 1:46 AM

I have read many of the treads on this website about conventional toothpaste and homemade substitutes. I'm looking to avoid SLS, fluoride, and carrageenan, but the stores where I live have absolutely no products without those ingredients! I have been looking into making my own toothpaste. I don't know how I will react to sodium bicarbonate because my teeth are SUPER sensitive! I heard bentonite clay mixed with coconut oil or xylitol in a great alternative...but I'm allergic to coconut AND xylitol. Is there any way to modify the recipe to use something else?? Or is plain clay okay to brush with?

I know some people have written that they completely forgo toothpaste, but I don't quite feel comfortable doing that.

Thank you for your help!

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on March 21, 2014
at 05:28 AM

I've been using this:

NaCl salt


NaHCO3 baking soda




KCl potassium chloride


Ca Cl2.2H20 calcium chloride dehydrate


You could just leave the Xylitol out. I put a small spoonful in my palm with a few drops of Hydrogen Peroxide and brush. It is also great as a sinus rinse. Dr Grossnan formula.

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