Suffering from Gum Issues?

Well, this handy little tip will fix your problem very quickly.

(Remember that I only write about issues that have been proven to me in my own life.  If they can work for me, then I know they can work for you.  Let me help you.)

Gingivitis/Gum Disease/Bleeding Gums/Sore Gums…. does this sound familiar to you?  Well it did for me, well at least for my husband.  For as long as I have known him, he has had issues with his gums.  He hated going to the dentist because the report was never any good.

Then one day, his sister suggested making our own toothpaste and that we would be pleasantly surprised by the results.   Let me tell you, she was not kidding.

After using the “natural” toothpaste, it probably took him about 1 week before he started noticing a major improvement.  His gums were in fact getting healthier.  Then at his next dental appointment, the doctor was very impressed and wondered what miracle product he was using.  And here it is:

Mix about 10 tablespoons of sesame oil with about 10 drops of Theives oil (you can add a few drops of peppermint if you like the minty fresh feel).  Brush with this mixture at least once a day.  We have it in a little dropper bottle and drop it directly onto the toothbrush.  Brush well and massage the oil up into your gums.  Spit it out and rinse.

And that is it.  Your dentist will be amazed!

Alternatively, if you don’t want to bother with making this miracle oil, you can purchase Thieves Aromabright Toothpaste.  Become a member and pay just $10.25.

ThievesToothpasteOh and remember to keep flossing!  That is super important!

Happy and healthy gums to you!


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