Learn to make my simple, easy and healthy toothpaste and avoid commercial and toxic mouth products. Healthy living includes only putting healthy, organic ingredients into your body.
My daughters absolutely love my healthy toothpaste. My older daughter, Crystal, ran out of my healthy toothpaste so she figured she’d run to the store and pick some up.
She told me that the only toothpaste in the health food store that contained activated charcoal (an excellent ingredient for removing toxins) cost $25.00! You can make yours at home for far less and it will last a really long time.
Take a look at this quick video where I show you the simplest way to make delicious, healthy toothpaste that won’t upset your blood sugar or increase your hunger, like some commercial toothpastes do.
Enjoy the video and see how easy it is to make this healthy toothpaste!
Below is the recipe. To make it easy, I have a link to purchase each ingredient, below, on Amazon.
Please leave me a comment and let me know how you liked the video. Nothing makes me happier than learning how the information I share impacts you and the lives of your loved ones.
Rena’s Healthy Toothpaste Recipe
4 Tablespoons Bentonite Clay. Aztec Secret Healing is an excellent brand.
2 teaspoons Baking Soda. I like to use aluminum free baking soda. Bob’s Red Mill is a good one.
1.5 teaspoons Celtic Sea Salt. I love Selina Naturally’s Celtic Sea Salt. You can get it HERE.
1 teaspoon organic ground Cinnamon. HERE is where you can buy organic cinnamon in bulk.
1/2 teaspoon organic Clove powder. Mountain Rose Clove has wonderful organic clove. Here’s the link.
1.5 teaspoons organic ground Peppermint leaves. This is a terrific source HERE.
4 capsules Activated Charcoal (approx. 3/4 teaspoon). You can get that HERE.
Stevia is optional. If you want to add it, you can add up to 1.5 teaspoons unrefined Stevia Powder. HERE is a good brand.
Instead of Stevia, I like to add a few drops pure Peppermint oil. Young Living Oils are by far the best, safest and most potent. Here’s a LINK for you to get this healthy ingredient on Amazon.
Let me know how it goes. Please comment below and let me know how you feel about making your own healthy toothpaste. Let me know how I can support you.
To Your Health & Happiness,
Maybe everyone else figured this out, but I only see tooth powder. How do you actually use the powder. Do you wet the mix down? Do you dip your toothbrush in it and then wet it down (which seems gross and unhygienic)? Do you use a spoon full, wet it down and then put it on your toothbrush? I’ve only ever used the commercial stuff and therefore, can’t quite figure out the additional steps!
These are great questions! Thanks for asking. You definitely have to wet the toothbrush. I put a little stainless steel spoon in my bathroom and I put the toothpaste powder in a glass container that is about 4 inches square, so it’s plenty wide, to avoid spillage.
Then I wet the toothbrush and sprinkle the toothpaste onto the brush. It’s actually very easy. Let me know how it goes for you! Thanks!
Do you know anyone who already makes the toothpaste and has it for sale? I’m in grad school and my mom has MS, neither one of us can make the toothpaste., but we would both like to try some!
Hi Kimberly, I am sorry I don’t know anyone who makes and sells such a healthy toothpaste. I really encourage you to try to make it on your own. It really isn’t difficult. You can probably find smaller quantities of the organic ingredients to bring down the initial cost. If you absolutely can’t do it, please send me an email and maybe I can find someone to do it for you. RenaGreenberg@EasyWillpower.com Congratulations on wanting to take steps to live a healthier lifestyle for you and your Mom!