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Herbal Home Remedies for Toothache, herbs to cure receding gums

Herbal Home Remedies for Toothache - Ayurvedic Medicines-Natural Treatment

toothache

Toothache

Toothache may be caused by receding gums, cavities, sensitivity due to hyperacidity and/or infection.


If high acidity is the problem, the person will tend to get heartburn and acid indigestion in addition to toothache. You can control the acidity by following a pitta-soothing diet, particularly avoiding spicy foods, pick?les, citrus fruits, and fermented foods.


When the teeth have cavities or the gums are receding, the roots of the teeth may become exposed. These nerve-filled areas become sensitive to cold or heat. (Sensitivity to cold is a sign of receding gums, while sensitivity to heat indicates infection.)


Herbal Cure Pack for Toothaches and cavitie

Gum Tone
Gum Tone - powerful anti-infective powder for gums

A powerful herbal anti-infective powder for gums. It's an astringent and contains natural antibiotics to help cure pyorrhea and other gum diseases.

2 Bottles : $ 28

3 Bottles : $ 40

5 Bottles : $ 60

10 Bottles : $ 100




Arjun Saar Liquid
Gum Tone - powerful anti-infective powder for gums

Rinse your gums with 30 ml of Arjun Saar juice and then drink it. it's rich in natural anti-oxidant and a good astringent.

4 Bottles (250 ml each)
$ 18.95 (per bottle)

Gum Tone Details

Indications


  • Bleeding from gums
  • Gingivitis
  • Bad breath
  • on teeth
  • Prevents tooth cavities
  • Strengthen teeth and gums

Dosage

Gum tone powder is to be rubbed on the gums and teeth with soft hand (finger) or soft tooth brush and is to be left undisturbed for 5 to 10 minutes. Then rinse of the mouth with water. This procedure is to be performed twice daily.


Ingredients


  • Embelica ribes
  • Cinnamomum cassia
  • Piper cubeba
  • Mesua ferrea
  • Melia azadirachta
  • Caryophyllus aromaticus
  • Quercus infectoria
  • Myrica nagi
  • Vitex negundo
  • Emblica officnalis
  • Terminalia belerica
  • Terminalia chebula
  • Acacia catechu
  • Prunus prionitis
  • Mimusops elengi
  • Baeleria prionitis
  • Acacia Arabica
  • Camphora officinaru

For any toothache, use a cotton swab to apply a little tea tree oil or clove oil at the site of the pain. Or a small piece of natural, edible camphor (not the synthetic kind, which is poisonous) can be placed next to the painful tooth. The saliva will mix with the camphor and will relieve the toothache.


Don't just settle for getting rid of the pain, however. If you have a cavity, be sure to get it taken care of.