The mouth care is a very varied process to carry out due to the many organs that together contribute to form our mouth, such as the teeth and tongue.
The teeth, for example, apart from being the major cause of mouth diseases and / or disorders, are also mostly responsible for our breath’s smell. Adorned by Ayurveda care herbal inscriptions, the following article will pas you over some useful tips for your mouth care.
History of herbal medicine has taught us that foul breath is normally caused by bad food digestion in the stomach, therefore you need not only wash your teeth well and practice mouth gargles but also tend to the digestion problem.
A natural herbal remedy is to do this by fasting for a whole day to then follow by a light and easily digestible diet. Digestion can also be improved by consuming any of the following; aloe-vera gel, lemon juice and ginger.
Teeth relations according to Ayurveda
Bad eating habits, tea, coffee and tobacco are amongst the most common causes of teeth disorders one encounters during his life span (with sweets at the top of the list amongst infants).
Anyone should make it a must to clean his and/or her teeth twice daily while after eating one should also gargle in order to rinse well the teeth and mouth in general, leaving no food particles stuck to the teeth. Indian herbal medicine emphasizes greatly this point.
Ayurveda health inscriptions suggest eating hard crispy fruit which result to be good for the teeth.
In case of discolored teeth, Herbal treatments suggest you wash them with lemon or lime juice added with salt.
Toothache can be eased by applying a couple of drops of clover oil or cinnamon.
Your health herbal diet should also include all types of citrus fruits, pomegranates and guavas in order to maintain healthy gums and prevent disorders, since all of them contain vitamin C.
The digestive system demonstrates its condition through the tongue. The tongue’s coating determines physical disorders while the presence of a mucus-like coating points out the presence of Ama, a toxic byproduct deriving from improper eating habits and also poor digestion.