Bentonite Clay Tooth Powder

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bentonite tooth powder ingredients

When mixed with a liquid, bentonite clay rapidly expands drawing toxins and impurities, binding them to itself. This can be especially useful if you have a cavity or infection and are waiting to get in to the dentist!
Calcium bentonite can be taken internally. This is the form used for tooth powder.

All Natural Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder – “Living Clay┬«”

This leaves your teeth feeling really clean!

I rarely measure if I don’t actually have to, so everything is approximate in the pictures. The amounts written are for a larger batch so you don’t have to make it each time; just scoop out enough to use each time without getting any moisture or contaminants in the batch.

The pictures will give you an idea about proportions and let you see what everything looks like!

You’ll notice I use a plastic spoon (non reactive).

Bentonite Tooth Powder

calcium bentonite clay

First add 1 tbsp. calcium bentonite clay

calcium magnesium capsule

Pull apart 1 calcium & magnesium capsule and add contents. Dispose of capsule.

baking soda

Add 1/4 tsp. baking soda


1/8 – 1/4 tsp. stevia powder (optional)

Bentonite Tooth Powder

Mix to combine and keep in a sealed container or bag.

tooth powder


Don’t dip brush in storage container or you may contaminate the whole batch.
Scoop out enough to brush teeth with to a separate container, dip a wet toothbrush into the powder and brush as usual, dipping again as needed.

Do not swallow after use!

Discard any leftover powder.

All Natural Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder – “Living Clay┬«”

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