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Dental health can be a sensitive topic ~ literally! Dangerous additives like fluoride, bleach, sodium lauryl sulfate, and hydrated silica can be found in most of the toothpaste available. Sadly, even products that claim to be 'all natural' aren't.
We wanted something different. Safer. Gentler. But, definitely just as effective. So, we created our own toothpaste.
Admittedly, it takes a little getting used to. This isn't your typical toothpaste. This is a smooth, creamy blend of natural butters and oils and it has the texture of such at first. It melts instantly when you put it in your mouth and it produces no lather.
Some of our customers were a little afraid that it would be 'slimy' feeling and that it would leave an oily coating in your mouth. Never fear! It doesn't. It does have an oil-feel to it, but it is not unpleasant or 'slimy'. Even better, it rinses away cleanly and doesn't leave behind a heavy oily feeling.
We also chose not to use scrubbing agents in our toothpaste. While ingredients like baking soda and salt do have their benefits, they also have their pitfalls. Besides being a danger to the enamel our teeth need, they add an unpleasant texture. We prefer our toothpaste without the grit and bitterness, and we thought our customers might, also.
Here are the only ingredients you will find in Tamara's Herbes All Natural Toothpaste.

Coconut oil ~ Numerous studies have been done to prove the remarkable benefits of using coconut oil, in cooking, skin care, hair care and even dental hygiene. These are just a few of the benefits:
~It can penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin and strengthen the underlying tissue, making it wonderful for treating gum disease, tooth decay and other dental issues.
~It has been shown to kill bacteria that cause throat infections, gum disease and cavities.
~It improves digestion and absorption of other nutrients including vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.
~It improves calcium and magnesium absorption, which help in the development of healthy teeth and bones.
~It reduces inflammation, making it great for use on sore or inflamed gums.
~It supports healthy immune function

Cocoa Butter ~ Helps tone damaged tissues and aids in healing. It contains powerful anitoxidants, and studies have shown that cocoa butter is able to lightly coat the teeth with a substance that kills bacteria and helps stop tooth decay by preventing plaque from forming on the teeth.

Amla is one of our favorite herbs, though we seldom see it being used. This little powerhouse is the richest natural source of Vitamin C, containing about 700 mg which is thirty times the amount found in oranges. It also contains calcium, iron, protein, garlic and tannic acids, sugar, phosphorus and carbohydrates. It helps strengthen the entire body and is effective for expelling toxins from the bloodstream. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory herb and is fantastic for cleansing the mouth and strengthening the teeth.

Also contains: Sesame oil, sunflower oil, white oak bark, myrrh, thyme, green tea, peppermint

Note: We have changed our packaging. This no longer comes in the glass jar pictured unless specifically requested. Please convo me before ordering if you would prefer this packaging option. It now comes in a 2 oz lidded plastic tub. We'll get new pictures up soon!

Available unscented or in the following flavors~mix and match up to 3:
Tea Tree

All Natural Toothpaste


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Coconut oil, cocoa butter, sesame oil, sunflower oil, amla, white oak bark, myrrh, thyme, green tea, peppermint
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1684 reviews
  • Listed on May 25, 2012