Homemade Remineralising Toothpaste Recipe

Don’t get me started on conventional toothpastes, that are filled with neurotoxic poison (you may have noticed poison control number labeled on the side of the box?!). This recipe goes beyond your average natural toothpaste, because it contains a high mineral content. I’m currently in the process of reversing a cavity, and this is one of the ways I’m achieving this goal.

Note that remineralising teeth is a whole-body process, and requires more than simply a mineral rich toothpaste. That being said, this is definitely a potent tool when it comes to ensuring your teeth are fed from the outside in, and a great way to support healthy, thriving teeth.

I will be sharing more about the process to reverse cavities soon, but in the meantime, you can read 10 Tips for Holistic Oral Health HERE.


Homemade Remineralising Toothpaste Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon pure calcium powder

  • 2 teaspoons aluminium-free baking soda

  • 1 teaspoon food grade diatomaceous earth (or bentonite clay)

  • 1 teaspoon sea salt

  • 1/4 teaspoon organic neem powder

  • 20 drops fulvic humic concentrate aka FHC (or trace minerals)

  • 1 tablespoon organic coconut oil

  • 10 drops peppermint essential oil (optional)

  • 2 drops of clove essential oil (or a tiny pinch of organic clove powder) (optional)

 The goods (minus the bi-carb).

The goods (minus the bi-carb).

Instructions

 Colour of the paste will depend on if you’re using FHC or trace minerals.

Colour of the paste will depend on if you’re using FHC or trace minerals.

  1. Mix all the ingredients together in a small glass jar.



Hot tip:

  1. The peppermint and clove essential oils are optional, but also serve medicinal purposes. You can optionally use another essential oil, from cinnamon, to vanilla, to orange. You can also omit totally if you’re OK with a very earthy taste toothpaste.

  2. This recipe yield a very small amount of paste, which I prefer to make regularly. You can also double (or quadruple) the recipe if you prefer making one big batch. It lasts a long, long time.