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Make Your Own Homemade Toothpaste [Recipe]

Updated: Nov 27, 2023

The human body is a magnificent and complex group of systems designed for processing. It looks for balance when something is off and works tirelessly to establish any equilibrium lost. It is meant to move both intrinsically and extrinsically. This idea is core to everything we do.

By design, our bodies recognize certain ingredients and don’t recognize others. So, when it comes to body products, we aim at all costs to avoid confusing and/or interfering with the intricate, interdependent, remarkable physical systems that we rely on to get us through life.

We do this by making every one of our products the way good nutritionists recommend healthy eating plans: Eat whole. Avoid processed. The closer you get to whole food, the better. The farther away you go, the more burden you put on your body’s ability to process it all.

The catch here, though, is two-fold: fresh food is vulnerable to spoiling and it takes time to prepare – time that most of us don’t have. With these in mind, it’s easy to see why and how the factory-manufactured model of food production and body/beauty products became so popular. It makes life easier.

But then the question is how do we balance easy with healthy? Well, we pick our poison, as it were. We give and take. We evaluate costs.

Let’s take toothpaste as an example. You can make your own. (I’ll tell you how below.) It’s easy, but not as easy as ordering a six-month supply on Amazon, which is probably cheaper as well. Again, like food, natural, whole ingredients are way more expensive than chemicals whipped up in a lab. But those chemicals impose their own implicit costs on our bodies over the long term.

So, with all of this is mind, our motto is: You can make it yourself, or we can make it for you as if you were making it yourself in your kitchen with nothing but whole, real, pure ingredients. 😁


Equal parts: coconut oil, baking soda, xylitol. If it’s too salty, add more xylitol. If it’s too runny add more of the powders.

Sprinkle in some organic ginger. (Optional)

Add a squirt of organic peppermint Castille Soap.

Add your choice of essential oils. We like peppermint, spearmint, cinnamon, wintergreen.

Optional: Crush up some cell salts/bioplasma for the minerals, which are good for your teeth.

And, if you don’t have the time or the desire to do it yourself, we will make it for you here - fresh!

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