Toothpaste with honey is more effective than conventional dentistry in treating cavities, plaque and gingivitis. Honey is a natural product that has been used since ancient times because of its healing power. When mixing honey with water, produces an enzyme of honey antiseptic hydrogen peroxide. Honey also contains antioxidant elements that act as antimicrobial agents. Other studies have found that honey stops the growth of bacteria that form plaque and prevents bacteria to produce polysaccharide adhesive linking plate teeth. Show More
When mixing honey with water, hydrogen peroxide is produced which stops the growth of plaque-forming bacteria! While honey has medicinal purposes for centuries dating, it is important that the market today to consider using raw honey that is not processed, pasteurized and filtered. Pure essential oils can be the primary active ingredient in your homemade toothpaste. Essential oils are ideal for use in toothpaste because they are both antiseptic and nontoxic, a rare combination. Many researchers have extensively studied clove, lemon, cinnamon. Only use therapeutic grade essential oils for internal use. Look for brands that are recommended by a registered Aromatherapist or a quality natural products store. Even many health store brands are not 100% pure and may contain added synthetics to make them smell better. That is why they are less expensive. Poor quality brands should not be used internally.
1/2 cup olive oil
1 tablespoon coconut oil
3 tablespoons raw honey
20 drops essential oil of cinnamon
20 drops of peppermint essential oil
Hating oils and honey in a jar until coconut oil melts.
Then pour into a jar closed with the pump for liquid soap.
Always shake well before use.