Let’s talk TEETH.

Healing Teeth Naturally

I am sure some of you have landed on my Essential Oil post. So you are aware of me being an advocate of the natural approach to healing yourself.

Well, I added a category just for this topic. Oils are great, but are not the only natural remedy out there.

We have all heard the hype of Coconut oil Pulling.

Well I’m here to tell you it’s no hype!

I healed 3 cavities within 6 months with some simple changes.

Finding good information is hard, and I scoured the net for some answers. Its important to remember the Medical field is A PRACTICE. They are Not GODS. They do not have all the answers. I do believe they are brilliant and advanced and I’m pretty sure we would use them in an emergency.

I also want to remind everyone that I am not a doctor, I don’t have all the answers either.

What I do know, God created these amazing bodies beyond the comprehension of man. We have infinite cells that regenerate and contribute to the healing process. Add the fact that He knew exactly what we needed to HEAL OURSELVES through His plants and earth.

Ancient eastern societies have an abundance of knowledge on the holistic approach. We need to catch up.

The convenience of BIG PHARMA and your nearest urgent care has led us not to rely on our abilities to heal certain ailments.

What’s worse is how these pills, and “necessary procedures” effect our bodies. You go in for healing for 1 thing and leave with a new something.


So back to healing teeth. Well 1st I would recommend you grab this book.

The bottom line is you need to address the minerals in your saliva/body and implement new minerals to generate bone growth. This is done with nutrition and oral hygiene.

So if you really just want the basics here is a the simple 3 step plan:

  1. When you 1st wake up out 1-2 tbsp of coconut oil in your mouth and swish swish swish. (Don’t forget to throw it out in the garbage as it can mess your sinks plumbing up.
  2. Brush your teeth with remineralizing toothpaste. (Recipe to follow)
  3. Eat a primitive whole food high fat diet. (No processed modern fast foods).

Other important things to consider and Add.

The presence of enough minerals in the diet.

  1. The presence of enough fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K) in the diet.
  2. How bio-available these nutrients are and how well the body is absorbing them. They found that this is largely influenced by the presence of Phytic Acid in the diet and how much sugar is consumed.

All of this information can be found in the book. The toothpaste is great, but its an overall lifestyle change in your health that is going to be the key to remineralizing your teeth.

Wellness Mama is probably one of my favorite GO TO bloggers that not only taught me how to make this recipe but has so much more information on her site about health and natural living. I sure hope to one day have a blog like hers. In the mean time you can check her out HERE , or you can patiently wait for me to get my act together with these holistic posts.


5 parts “>Calcium Carbonate (powder)

1 part diatomaceous earth you can also use baking soda ( some people aren’t crazy about DE and prefer the latter)

3 parts xylitol (this is a sweetener, it’s worth adding if you have kids!

3- 5 parts Coconut Oil (depends on how soft you want it. Also, keep in mind that the oil will solidify in cool temperatures, so running it under warm water can help soften it if you wake up to some hard paste.)

Optional ingredients: essential oils for flavor (mint, cinnamon, and orange are all good), myrrh, and trace minerals


ALSO super simple.



I soak the cloves in the Hydrogen Peroxide and use it as a rinse and gargle.

Cloves are :

Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. it can help your body deal with infections and inflammation.
Aids in treating colds. As an expectorant, cloves can help reduce inflammation and expel mucus. They help reduce coughing fits by soothing the throat.
Boosts immune system function. Cloves contain high amounts of antioxidants, which aid the immune system in fighting off oxidative damage and free radicals. it also can ease infections and fight disease-causing bacteria in the body.
Treats oral diseases. Aside from freshening your breath, cloves can help treat oral conditions like gingivitis and periodontitis. The antibacterial property of cloves helps minimize the spread of bacteria inside the mouth.

There also maybe some controversy over the peroxide whitening your teeth. AS a family we have noticed amazing results, but most importantly I love that it kills off the germs in our mouth!

Please remember that I am not a doctor by any means. I research most of this stuff online and through awesome bloggers and books. I can’t be held responsible for your health and your choices. Also all the links on this page and on my blog are Affiliate links. They don’t pay me to add them on here. We use all these products in our home. Clicking on a link and purchasing it SUPORTS my Family.


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