Ayurveda for dental health
Healthy teeth – it is, above all, actively chewing teeth. The formation of cavities in the teeth (caries) and periodontal disease, Ayurveda, considered signs of excitation wool in bone tissue. Dental diseases are often caused by lack of calcium, magnesium and zinc. In order to avoid diseases of the teeth and gums, Ayurveda recommends …
Every morning, eat, chew well, a handful of calcium-rich white sesame seeds. After that you should grind the teeth remains of seeds, cleaning and polishing teeth.
Do massage gums with sesame oil. This will make your teeth healthier and more beautiful. Dial a mouthful of warm sesame oil and “to urge” it from side to side for 2 – 3 minutes, but do not swallow. Spit the oil and gentle movements massage the gingival index finger. This is an excellent preventive measure against periodontal disease, infection and tooth decay.
In Ayurveda for cleaning teeth used bitter and astringent herb, neem is increasingly having a bitter taste, and herbs lohdra, Kushta and vilva, astringent taste. It is possible to prepare excellent dentifrice mixed in equal proportions in powdered neem powder with any of those binders herbs. Use this tool as a normal tooth powder. You can buy ready-made toothpastes and powders herbs. You may be able to find a tooth powders, made on the basis of finely milled roasted shell almonds. They are extremely useful for maintaining dental health.
When periodontal disease when exposed roots of the teeth and tooth sensitivity to heat and cold indicates the presence of a bacterial infection, it is useful to lubricate the gums tea tree oil. Dampen a clean toothbrush and apply a stubble few drops of tea tree oil. Brush your teeth and then with a cotton swab, apply a bit of tea tree oil on the exposed roots of the teeth. This treatment will stop further infection and reduce or eliminate the sensitivity to heat and cold. Apply a few drops of tea tree oil and floss. Thread penetrates into the deeper pockets of infection to which lacks a toothbrush.
Chew your food thoroughly. Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of thorough chewing of food. This not only helps digestion, but also helps to improve the blood supply to the gums.
To strengthen the teeth and gums is useful on a daily basis to eat, chew well, a few figs.
Tap bottom teeth on the top 5 – 6 times, almost squeezing them – but careful not to damage the enamel! It is believed that it stimulates the energy meridians associated with the teeth.
After every meal and snack rinse the mouth with water. This is an important rule for dental health.