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100 g white healing clay (but brown also works)

distilled water

15 tablets of Schüssler salt No. 1 = Calcium fluoratum - protects tooth enamel

1 pinch or 1 teaspoon of finely ground sea salt or brine

30 to 40 drops of bloodroot tincture

3 to 5 drops of peppermint essential oil


Pestle with mortar or knife

Tube (you can get it in specialist shops or online) or can with spatula


Mix the white healing clay with enough water to create a thick, mushy, not too liquid mass. Now the 15 tablets of Schüssler salt are crushed in a mortar with a pestle (also works with a knife, with the flat side) and added to the mushy mass. Then add the finely ground sea salt and the drops of bloodroot tincture. Then mix everything well. If you want some flavor, just add a few drops of peppermint essential oil.

The healing clay porridge can now be filled into tubes. If you don't have tubes at home, you can alternatively fill the porridge into cans. For hygienic reasons, you should always use a spatula to remove it.

Preparing toothpaste is a lot of fun with children, especially when they can try the toothpaste themselves.

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