5 Ways To Detox Your Gums
Every single day, we eat and drink which gives an opportunity for harmful plaque bacteria to build up around our gums. Left untreated, this could lead to bleeding gums, gingivitis, and gum disease. Detoxing periodically allows for your gums rid themselves of harmful toxins you cant see. Here are five ways to do it.
Tea Tree Oil Dental Floss
Flossing daily is an integral part of keeping our gums fresh and clean, so why not add the healing power of tea tree oil. A natural disinfectant, tea tree oil reduces bad oral bacteria. Research indicates that tea tree oil significantly reduces gingivitis and bleeding of the gums, even in those with gingivitis. So grab some tea tree oil floss to blast those bugs hiding in between your teeth!
Salt Water / Aloe Vera Rinse
One of the many magical uses of good quality salt is the reduction of gum inflammation and bacteria in the mouth.
In the old days, meat was cured by soaking it in brine and hanging it up to dry. The primary function of the brine was to kill bacteria. Millions of people have helped to cure oral abscesses, gum boils, etc., by just rinsing several times a day with warm salt water. The warm water along with the salt helps to pull “fluid” out of the gum tissue, therefore reducing swelling, alleviating pain, and killing harmful bacteria.
Use aloe vera gel to soothe gum inflammation and help with gum recession by rubbing it along the gum line of all teeth before you go to sleep at night or even using it in a nighttime tray.
This bushy riverside tree that can be found growing at the Amazon is one of the best sources of vitamin C. You can find it at many health food stores.
Known as a superfood, one teaspoon of camu camu contains more than 200mg of vitamin C. One of the benefits of vitamin C is that it reduces bleeding gums, gingivitis, and promotes healthy teeth and gums.