Toothpaste Recipe Without Fluoride

Tooth paste recipe home made without fluoride.

Hydrofluoric Acid is a waste product that accumulates after the manufacturing of chemical fertilizers and aluminum. These are two separate industries that produce fluorite toxic waste of which is difficult to dispose of.

Various Types of Fluoride

There are numerous types of fluoride minerals. The ones most used by commercial interest are fluorite and fluorapatite. Fluoride is naturally occurring in  water and foods. Seawater for example, averages 1.3 parts per million (ppm), or between 1.2 and 1.5 ppm.

Hydrofluoric acid is used on the largest scale, however there are many fluorides that pervade modern technology. Fluoride minerals are treated with sulfuric acid which is a corrosive used in drain cleaners, used in oil refining, and making phosphate fertilizer. It dehydrates, oxidizes and when mixed with fluoride, can dissolve glass.

Hexafluorosilicic acid is used to make artificial cryolite, the natural has been used up, to make aluminum and also for water fluoridation. The masses at the beginning of fluoride being dumped into drinking water, the masses were not thinking of fluorosilicic acid. Much of the fluoride added at water treatment plants is recovered from the scrubbing solution that scours toxins from smokestacks at phosphate fertilizer plants, a toxic waste product.

Homemade Coconut Oil Toothpaste

  • 2-3 Tbsp coconut oil (anti-bacterial)
  • 3 Tbsp baking soda (anti-bacterial)
  • 5-10 drops peppermint essential oil (or extract)
  • 1 packet Stevia natural sweetening (not a necessity)


  • 1-2 tsp vegetable glycerin
  • 1/8 tsp ground cloves or a few drops of clove oil (not garlic)
  • tea tree oil drops
  • cinnamon oil
  • lavender essential oil
  • oil of oregano (anti-bacterial)

Mix coconut oil, cloves and baking soda in a bowl and mash with a fork, or mortal and pestle, until blended. Add the peppermint essential oil or extract, Stevia and optional vegetable glycerin, etc., and continue to mash and stir until you’ve reached toothpaste consistency.

Transfer into a small jar and store in cool, dry place. May have to stir or gently shake on occasion before applying to toothbrush.