I have been using equal parts coconut oil and baking soda with a hint of mint for a while but wish to try something without coconut oil. At room temp its great but when it gets too hot it melts and when its too cold its too hard!
Its frustrating to use this toothpaste in Michigan... If you have a constant temp in your home then its PERFECT!
What do you use?
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I just scrape my teeth with a rock
I also gargle with rocks
I just wet my toothbrush and dip it in baking soda.
And this is why folks they we're crazy…
I don't eat enough toothpaste myself to worry about its paleo-ness.
I use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide mixed together as a paste. Kills germs, and your teeth feel like you have just been to the dentist; they are squeaky clean.
Peppermint Hemp pure castile soap.. and a little baking soda
Not because it's paleo - but because I've read that the glycerin in toothpaste sticks to your chompers and prevents enamel from forming.
Tom's of Maine (without fluoride), it's not as minty as I'd like, but after a while you get used to it.
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Flouride used in toothpaste is medical grade (as opposed to industrial refined flouride in water treatment), there is no reason to avoid it. I use Arm & Hammer toothpaste or Aquafresh
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