Homemade Toothpaste & Coconut Oil, Turmeric & Peppermint For A Perfectly White Smile & Healthy Gums

  • Triclosan is used to act against bacteria but it has also been found to disrupt the normal functioning of hormones in the body, which can cause a range of serious health issues. In experiments with rats and mice, the use of this chemical resulted in bone disfigurement as early as in the womb.
  • Foaming agents, also called surfactants, disrupt the work of the taste buds on the surface of our tongue. These include sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate, and sodium lauryl ether sulfate. If you have wondered why food has such a terrible taste after you have cleaned your teeth, foaming agents are to blame.
  • There is a completely natural and healthy alternative for all these teeth cleaning chemical substances. Its ingredients do not have any side effects and they are also very beneficial for you in a general sense. Let's see how they promote oral health.

    Why is this toothpaste good for your teeth & gums?


    Coconut oil

    • It has scientifically proven abilities to destroy bacteria that cause teeth cavities.

    • Types of Streptococcus bacteria regularly live inside your mouth. They are most often the culprits for tooth decay, especially the acid-creating Streptococcus mutans. The good news is that coconut oil effectively prevents these bacteria to grow.
    • Furthermore, regular rubbing of coconut oil into the gums for 10 minutes per day in the duration of 21 days has been shown to decrease the growth of Streptococcus mutans, as well as the accumulation of mucus and bacteria on the teeth.  Not only that: coconut oil keeps the balance of lipids that normally exist on the surface of your tongue, unlike the lipid-disrupting foaming agents.



    • This magnificent health-boosting and disease-fighting spice can undoubtedly whiten teeth naturally within several days of treatment. It also has health provisions for your mouth. A study from July 2012 published in the Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology, has shown that turmeric reduces inflammation processes in the gums. The Journal of Natural Biology, Science and Medicine Review claims that it can soothe a toothache.