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I used them and they are ok but SO PRICEY! Why don't you want to make a paste yourself? Every month I mix up a small container of clay (you can get it at whole foods at it will last you YEARS), and baking soda, and in a separate spray bottle I mix 1 part water to 1 pt hydrogen peroxide, and I add the essential oil of my choice (right now a few drops tea tree, peppermint, and 1 drop oregano oil. It takes all of 3 minutes. I sprinkle the powder in my palm, spray the liquid on it until it is a paste, and i brush away. After brushing, I spray the liquid in my mouth, on and under my tongue. This leaves me with naturally clean teeth - I avoid flouride, artificial sweeteners, glycerin, and other nasties. And it costs about $1 for a month's supply.

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on March 28, 2014
at 07:51 PM

I know you don't want to make your own but it can be as simple as premixing a container of salt, baking soda & calcium carbonate and then in your palm adding a bit of peroxide to a teaspoon of powder. Those TP's seem ok, but the price is high. All in all you are not eating the stuff so I wouldn't stress the ingredients that much.

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