Brett E. Gilbert, D.D.S.
Fixing receding gums naturally is a difficult task. Fixing receding gums by having gum grafts is very difficult. Unless you are going to have a gum graft you can not really replace the gums that have receded. You can, however, stop receding gums and probably do it naturally as well. First thing to do is to make sure that you are brushing and flossing properly. This means using a soft tooth brush and brushing lightly (you can actually cause gums to recede by brushing too hard). Secondly, a mouth rinse would help to kill bacteria that cause receding gums. If you do not want to use a store bought mouth rinse you can make your own natural one which consists mostly of a saline rinse (warm salt water). If the bacteria that cause receding gums can not grow, they cannot cause your gums to recede. Lastly, you should go to a dentist for regular check-ups just to monitor your progress, and if you get a cleaning, insist the doctor does your cleaning with natural materials.
Hope this helps.
My best to you!
William F. Scott IV, DMD
Unfortunately, it can't be healed naturally.