Toothpaste: Which Products Do You Recommend?

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Whichever product or formulation you use for brushing your teeth, we encourage making sure it’s made from benign, natural ingredients.

That means a product ingredient label which doesn’t show sodium fluoridetriclosansodium lauryl sulfateaspartamepropelyne glycoldiethanolaminepolylactic acid, etc.

These undesirable ingredients are included in most commercial toothpastes you buy at non-health-oriented grocery or convenience stores. Healthier alternatives, however, are very easy to find or make yourself.

And it doesn’t have to be the familiar paste texture you’re used to; you can also brush your teeth with coconut oil, herbal powders, clays, or baking soda.

See also: Best Vegan Toothpaste Brands for Sparkling Teeth

Homemade Recipes

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Let’s go over some basic “toothpastes” you can make on your own, then round out with some of our favorite products.

Homemade Recipe #1: Coconut Oil and Baking Soda Toothpaste with Essential Oil


Homemade Recipe #2: Calcium Bentonite Clay Toothpaste with Stevia Drops and Mint Essential Oil

Homemade Recipe #3: Bentonite Clay, Cinnamon and Raw Salt Tooth Powder with Peppermint Essential Oil


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Dirty Mouth Organic Toothpowder by Primal Life OrganicsAmazon
Earthpaste by RedmondAmazon;
Frankincense Fresh Truth Toothpaste by Living LibationsAmazon
Herbal Tooth & Gum Powder by Christopher’s Original FormulasAmazon;
Herbal Tooth & Gum Powder With Organic and Wildcrafted Herbs by Traditional Foods MarketShop
Regular Strength Oralive by Ascended HealthShop
Shred Tooth Soap by Tooth SoapShop
Dr. Bronner’s All-One Toothpaste Variety PackAmazon

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