The idea to make my own tooth powder originates from here but I adjusted the recipe a bit and added one more whitening ingredient besides baking soda (actually you can skip baking soda altogether because in the long run it’s not very good idea to use it daily because it can damage the tooth enamel) and didn’t add the myrrh gum powder at all right now because it’s not very wise to use it during pregnancy.
So to make my version of the tooth powder you’ll need to take about 2 tablespoons of full dried stevia leaves. Grind them well with mortar and pestle:
If you have a fine powder of the stevia leaves then add about 8 tablets (or open up 8 capsules) of activated charcoal and grind some more:
Then add about 2 tablespoons of baking soda (if using), 2 tablespoons of Bentonite clay (French green clay would work fine as well), 1 tablespoon of cinnamon powder and 1 tablespoon of clove powder. Stir it all well and you’ll have your own tooth powder which leaves your mouth really fresh tasting and smelling (thanks to stevia and cinnamon) and your teeth pearly white (thanks to baking soda and activated charcoal)