Homemade Toothpaste with Clove and Cinnamon

October 27, 2018

Make Homemade Toothpaste with Clove and Cinnamon

Most of our readers are already aware that commercial toothpastes and mouthwashes contain dangerous chemicals. Some of them also contain aggressive abrasives that damage tooth enamel and gums after years of use. So why should your teeth be exposed to such torture? Try a gentle, natural, and homemade toothpaste with cinnamon and cloves.

It is simple to make. The main ingredients are:

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Difficulty: easy

For detailed recipe and instructions, watch the video below:

Good for: everyone

Frequency of use: daily

Continue with: oral water

Keep in: glass pot

Shelf life: 5 to 7 days at room temperature

Special Features: cinnamon essential oil can irritate sensitive teeth and tongue

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