What are the best essential oils for oral health?
Essential oils have been used for thousands of years and are associated with a wealth of health benefits. Ancient civilizations used fragrant and oily plants for everything from beauty products to medicine. Many of them have been proven to offer oral health benefits, such as preventing decay and treating gum disease. Essential oils India are known for their unique healing and medicinal properties, In recent years, rising oil prices have taken on a whole new dimension of health care, with uses such as aromatherapy, ingestion, and personal care.
The following oils are the best essential oils for healthy, beautiful, gums and teeth!
Clove oil is very important for oral health. Clinical research shows that clove oil can relieve toothache and bad breath, as well as help, reduce gum disease! Clove oil also has a natural antibacterial effect and can help fight mouth and throat infections.
Thyme belongs to the mint family and is therefore commonly used as a mouthwash and elixirs to give flavor and rejuvenation to oral treatments. It contains natural chemicals that help prevent tooth decay, gingivitis, and common oral infections.
Oregano is a powerful antioxidant known to contain anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce bacterial and fungal infections. Oregano oil is also known to help boost the immune system and can be used in combination with coconut oil-extracting oils!
Tea Tree is a natural remedy for bad breath and contains ingredients that reduce crust. This oil is a perfect ingredient in DIY toothpaste or toothpaste because of its ability to kill bacteria, reduce tooth decay and eliminate bleeding gums! * Please note that the tea tree should NOT be used for internal use without brushing your teeth or applying toothpaste - you should spit it out once used and wash it with water.
Peppermint is known for its cool and numb properties that can relieve toothache and muscle aches. Studies have shown that peppermint oil is very effective in combating oral infections and killing common germs that can lead to cavities and gum disease.