Dr. J’s Mouthpaste Recipe

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I created Dr. J’s Mouthpaste because I really don’t like conventional toothpastes!

They are full of harmful chemicals and promote bad dental hygiene.

If you want to learn more, read this blog.

So, I hope you enjoy your new homemade toothpaste!

Dr. J's Mouthpaste Recipe

With Dr. J's Mouthpaste Recipe you'll get the benefits of great toothpaste ingredients without the harm of the typical bad ones.
Author: Dr. Michelle Jorgensen

Materials

  • 2 Tbsp Bentonite Clay (links for products below) Absorbs toxins, chemicals, and heavy metals. Releases minerals (calcium). Helps cells get oxygen. Alkalizes.
  • 2-3 Tbsp Boiled Water (cooled)
  • 2 Tbsp Nano Silver Potent natural antibiotic that slows bacteria growth in the mouth but doesn’t kill healthy bacteria you need for good immune function.
  • 4 Drops Tea Tree Oil Topical antiseptic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal treatment. Reduces infection.
  • 15 Drops Peppermint or Lemon Essential Oil Promotes healthy function of the digestive, immune, and respiratory systems.
  • 5 Drops Liquid Stevia Comes from the leaf of a South American shrub. Very sweet but doesn’t cause cavities.
  • A Pinch Real Salt Pulls toxins from the cells and alkalizes the mouth.

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients together and store in an airtight container for use.

Notes

Use a toothbrush to either scoop a small amount each time you use it or find some type of spoon to put the paste on your brush.
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Enjoy!

Dr. Michelle

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