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    Battling Gum Disease With Herbal Mouthwashes

    Gum disease is a prevalent condition among children and adults. Although there is a vast array of over-the-counter toothpastes and mouthwashes readily available to the public, there are still numerous individuals suffering from cavities and gum disease.

    Although the belief that gum disease is caused by a bacterial infection is widely held, this does not seem to be the truth. Gum disease occurs from deterioration of the periodontal ligament and deterioration of the tissues of the mouth. Symptoms of gum disease include bleeding or swelling of the gums, tooth loss or receding of the gums. The cause can be tied to poor cleaning techniques, as well as poor nutrition. By eating the right nutrients and cleaning your mouth properly, gum disease will not occur.

    Using an herbal mouthwash is preferred over a commercially made mouthwash, as those usually contain fluoride, which may do more harm than good. An herbal mouthwash uses ingredients that are all natural and better for your overall health. If you begin showing signs of gum disease, consider using one of the following remedies to improve the overall health of your mouth. The ingredients are natural, and you probably have most of the items already in your home. Both cost-effective and safe, these mouthwashes are beneficial in preventing and treating gum disease.

    Mouthwash One


    2 teaspoons eucalyptus oil

    1 cup warm water


    Mix the eucalyptus oil and water. Rinse your mouth with the mixture to help treat dental diseases.


    Mouthwash Two


    1 teaspoon shredded potatoes

    1 cup of boiling water


    Pour the water and potatoes into a porcelain bowl. Stir the mixture, cover, then let it sit for 30 minutes.

    Strain the mixture through several layers of folded cheesecloth.

    Use the strained liquid as a mouthwash to treat inflammatory diseases of the mucous membrane.


    Mouthwash Three


    2 tablespoons Calendula flower

    1.5 cups boiling water


    Place the Calendula flower into a porcelain bowl, pour in the boiling water, cover and let sit for 45 minutes.

    Strain the mixture through a fine sieve.

    Use the strained liquid as a mouthwash for treating inflammatory dental diseases.


    Mouthwash Four


    1 tablespoon natural green tea

    1 tablespoon natural light hone

    1.5 cups water


    Brew tea and let sit for 45 minutes. Strain the tea through a sieve. Combine the honey, tea and water. Use as several times per day as a mouthwash for treating inflammatory gum disease.


    Mouthwash Five:


    1 tablespoon Elderberry flowers

    1.2 cups boiling water


    Pour the boiling water and elderberry flowers into a porcelain bowl, cover and let sit for 30 minutes. Strain the liquid through several pieces of folded cheesecloth. Use as a mouthwash for inflammatory diseases of the gums.

    In some cases, it is essential to receive care from a dental professional. I recommend locating a holistic dentist in your area, as he or she will offer treatments that are less toxic and better for your overall health.



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