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- Place 1 ounce cloves or powdered myrrh, or 2 to 4 ounces of goldenseal or rosemary in a pint-sized jar.
- Pour boiling water on top of the herbs.
- Let steep overnight, then strain.
This recipe makes about fourteen ounces and can be stored for two weeks in a dark, cool cupboard. Use it in the morning and the evening.
Mix the following together and pour into a repurposed bottle of some sort.
1 cup aloe vera juice (fairly inexpensive at Trader Joe’s among other places)
1/2 cup distilled water (I just used filtered)
1 tbsp. witch hazel
2 tsp. baking soda
20 drops peppermint essential oil
The taste of this mouthwash definitely differs from the store-bought conventional type, but I got used to it after a few times. It leaves your mouth feeling fresh and minty, using nothing artificial to get you that feeling!
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Have you ever made your own mouth wash? What recipe did you use?