Natural Products that help to keep your mouth healthy
For the record, a regular oil-pulling routine should not replace routine dental visits and traditional at-home oral care. That being said, I do believe that it is a great supplemental therapy.
The phrase “oil pulling” comes from the process of the oil being “worked” in the mouth by pulling, pushing, and sucking it through the teeth. This type of oral therapy isn’t new at all; it has its origins in Ayurvedic medicine dating back 3,000 years.
Learn more about oil pulling and how to include this worthwhile practice into your daily oral hygiene routine by clicking here!
Salt Water Brine with Essential Oils
Salt eliminates bacteria and makes the pH of the mouth alkaline creating a neutral environment when brushing. This rinse can also come in handy after a meal especially if you are unable to brush right away.
It is also really important after you have eaten citrus or other high acid foods, to neutralize the acidity right away.
Learn how to make your own at home by clicking here!
Have you ever tried to find a toothpaste without glycerin, fluoride, foaming agents, or coloring?
There are only five ingredients in Earthpaste, and they all come from the earth! Water, Redmond Clay, Real Salt, essential oils, and xylitol. (Unsweetened Spearmint Earthpaste doesn’t have xylitol — now we’re down to four ingredients!)
And Earthpaste really works! No foaming agents, no coloring, no glycerin, and no fluoride. Everything your mouth needs to feel clean, and nothing extra.
Torrens Powder is excellent for toning your gums.
Prepare as follows: