As far as it’s cleaning ability baking soda will work just fine, but it doesn’t have a very tooth-paste-y flavor, or a very pleasant taste at all. You have add peppermint oil, lemon or lime, or even a bit of cinnamon to make it a bit nicer. And for added whitening effect it’s good to mix in some hydrogen peroxide, which is very cheap and easy to find in any pharmacy.
I agree with the first answer. Baking soda and water are a good subsitute for toothpaste. Fine sea salt can also be added in for extra scrubbing power but it is no neccessary and cinnamon would be excellent to add in for taste.
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