5 Home Remedies For Sore Gums ~ One of the earliest stages of periodontal disease is marked by sore gums. Sore gums are mostly a result of some sort of nutritional deficiency. While your dentist will surely prescribe you some medicines & advise you to follow some strict regime for oral hygiene, we are presenting here a list of herbal remedies which will make the soreness & tenderness of gums go away.
Gingivitis, usually known as gum disease, is a dental issue characterized by symptoms like constant bad breath, red or swollen gums and very sensitive, sore gums that may bleed. If left untreated, it can advance[...]
Myrrh is effective as an antibiotic and disinfectant in that it causes the body to increase white blood corpuscles up to four fold their regular number. An antiseptic in the mouth for sore throat, gum sores, toothache pain, denture-irritated gums, canker sores and pyorrhea. Myrrh is good for bathing all open wounds, sores, hemorrhoids and abscesses. Myrrh’s antiseptic, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties make it excellent for uterus and vaginal infections. Myrrh re
What kinds of ailments and health issues can aloe vera help with? The list is long and impressive, but here are things that have been treated with aloe: Abrasions Colds Herpes simplex zoster Staph infections Acne Colic Menstrual cramps irregularity Ulcerations Allergies Denture (gum) sores Nausea Burns Epstein-Barr virus Chronic fatigue Hypertension Stings Actinic keratoses Constipation Infections Sunburns Ulcerative colitis Arthritis Dermatitis Parasite
Oil pulling is great, why? What kind of oil? How to oil pull? Teeth Whitening, using essential oils, using colloidal silver, adding activated charcoal, for immune system, detox, overall health, oral health, weight loss, stop bleeding gums, & sore throats & more. Use raw unrefined quality coconut oil, the key to success. Oil pulling for Everyone – How to – Help – FAQ’s – Info – Coconut oil
Are you avoiding a routine flossing regimen because it makes your gums sore? You may be flossing too aggressively and it could be irritating your sensitive oral tissues. If your gums are bleeding, it could be that: * it's been a too long since your last flossing session (do it twice a day, every day, please!) * you're flossing too aggressively * your technique could use a little help or * you have gum disease. It's important that if you ever experience any of these uncomfortable…