There are alternatives for the care of our teeth that are 100% natural and that we can supply by commercial toothpastes that today are proven to contain toxic ingredients that are harmful to our health. Taking care of our teeth with natural products today is highly recommended.


Ordinary commercial products such as toothpastes or mouthwashes that we use to care for our teeth and cure canker sores and mouth sores , among other oral ailments, are possessed of toxic ingredients that today have been proven to be harmful to our teeth. and general health. From imbalances in our oral pH that ironically can cause more accumulation of bacterial plaque causing yellow teeth , gingivitis and infections, to general intoxication problems in our body due to containing sodium benzoate (carcinogenic additive), are some of the causes why that we should use them less or definitely stop using them.

For that, we have 100% natural alternatives that we can use instead of these products. There are several ways in which we can supplement them with natural products and that, in addition to balancing the pH of your mouth, will give a powerful protective effect for your oral cavity. The following are 7 100% natural products to take care of your teeth.

Thyme for mouth infections

Thyme is an aromatic shrub with small leaves and is mostly used for cooking. In addition, it can also be used as a herbal medicine for treating tooth and tooth infections. It works as an antiseptic, which can eliminate and reduce toothaches and bacterial buildup in the mouth. Thyme is used primarily as an antibacterial agent, due to its active components that could reduce unwanted bacteria in the body, including the mouth. Over the years, people have been using herbal remedies to treat minor ailments and illnesses, and they have proven to be more effective than modern drugs in some respects. So, if you ever experience toothaches, or feel like you have an infection in your mouth, you may want to try thyme for treating it.

How to use

For pain. Fill a bowl with water and add 8 drops of thyme essential oil. Stir well and soak a part of a small cloth with this mixture. Then put it on the affected tooth. This is what is called a treatment pad and it will help relieve pain.
For rinses. In half a glass of water, add three drops of thyme essential oil and stir very well. After rinsing your mouth with the mixture, spit it out. You can also make a concentrated infusion with thyme, and proceed to rinse once the water has cooled. Do not ingest either of the two mixtures.

Bentonite clay for oral use

The bentonite is rich in essential minerals that are very beneficial for the teeth and gums – such as calcium and potassium. Bentonite clay is a product that has been used since ancient times to detoxify the body. In fact, when bentonite clay is consumed, it has the ability to absorb and eliminate toxins such as the heavy metals of mercury in amalgams. When used for teeth, bentonite clay is an abrasive that gently exfoliates and polishes.
Its high mineral content in clay has the ability to mineralize teeth and heal cavities, in addition to being a great alkalizer, it has the property of balancing the pH of the mouth.

How to use

Simply use the dry powdered clay, place a little on a wet toothbrush, or put it directly on your teeth with a moistened finger so that the powder adheres. Then pass the toothbrush over them gently in the correct way of washing. You can use it alone or with the mixture of any of the ingredients that are given as an example in this article.

Turmeric for gingivitis

The turmeric is a spice known for its great anti – inflammatory properties and remove stains on the skin among other things, same properties are also usable in oral care. The use of turmeric for oral health ranges from relieving inflammation from gingivitis as well as for tooth pain.

How to use

Topically apply a paste made of 1 teaspoon of turmeric and water in proportion until it is a paste. You can also make it by combining it with other ingredients, using 1 teaspoon of turmeric with ½ teaspoon of sea ​​salt and ½ teaspoon of mustard oil provides relief from gingivitis and periodontitis. It is recommended to rub the teeth and gums with either of these two paste twice a day.

Antibacterial coconut oil

The lauric acid in coconut oil can kill bacteria , viruses, and fungi, helping to keep infections at bay. Almost 50% of the fatty acids in coconut oil are 12-atom chain lauric acid (C-12). When coconut oil is digested enzymatically, it also forms a monoglyceride called monolaurin . Both lauric acid and monolaurin can kill harmful pathogens like bacteria, viruses, and fungi that commonly damage our oral cavity.

For example, these substances have been shown to kill the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (a very dangerous pathogen) and the yeast Candida Albicans, a common source of yeast infections in humans.

How to use

Coconut oil is widely used in the practice called “oil pulling” which is nothing more than a mouthwash with coconut oil. In this article: How to prevent and cure cavities naturally you will find all the details of this practice that will help you take care of your teeth.

Sea salt water

Calcium, magnesium, silicon, phosphorus, sodium, nickel and iron are just a few of many trace elements and minerals found in sea salt or sea salt . These nutrients strengthen the gums, protect against tartar and bad breath, and can even whiten teeth over time. High in iodine, sea salt has antibacterial properties and helps neutralize acids in the mouth. Salt makes you salivate, and saliva creates an antibacterial barrier that protects enamel.

How to use

You can dip a wet toothbrush in a half teaspoon of sea salt or superfine sea salt and brush your teeth as you regularly do. You can also rinse with a salt water solution. Mix half a teaspoon of sea salt with four ounces of warm water. Let the salt dissolve, and then swish this solution in your mouth for 30 seconds. Make sure to spit and not swallow when it is done. A salt water rinse helps to dissipate swollen gums and flushes out bacteria in the mouth.

Sodium bicarbonate

The baking soda is a popular addition in most kitchen cupboards. Aside from its invaluable use in cooking and cleaning, it is an inexpensive remedy for many common ailments.

In particular, baking soda can help maintain good oral health. An acid imbalance in the body can lead to a number of health problems, especially in the mouth. It works by balancing the acid levels in the body.

Baking soda is very supportive in the fight against bad breath or alliatosis. It can be caused by acid-forming food residues, such as sugar and protein, sticking to the teeth, tongue, and mouth. Baking soda can rebalance acid levels and help treat and prevent halitosis, gum disease, sores, and canker sores. It is also excellent for teeth whitening .

How to use

Baking soda is very simple to use. You can make a paste by simply mixing a teaspoon in proportion with water so that it is a suitable paste to use with your toothbrush. Brushing gently in the correct way will wash and disinfect your mouth properly. If you want to make a special toothpaste with baking soda, be sure to see our article: How to make homemade toothpaste with homemade products .

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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