The secret of young smile – part II -The health of the land
From time immemorial, the plants have been used in the service of health. Recipes are being applied from generation to generation, so various herbal preparations are still being adviced in the manuals of natural medicine.
How I was quite interested about this topic, I continued to study it and found some much more interesting benefits that can enrich plants for the preservation of teeth.
So see the following ingredients in toothpastes, nibble them fresh, or make a revetment. Reach first for those the healthiest, from the land!
I personally adore cinnamon as a spice, especially with bottled apple or in combination with honey. I always used some of its combination, more intuitive, but it turned out to be very effective.
And its no wonder..
Did you know that cinnamon destroys 50% of all oral bacteria and 40% of those that cause bad breath?
Now certainly You know. So drink a tea with cinnamon or chewing gum with that spice. It would help you, whether you have a problem with the gums or with the throat pain, caused by colds. It has been always helping me in lessening the inflammation of the throat.
Not only it can clean your teeth and the space between them, but it is also a natural abrasive, so it massages gums also. It has a strong taste, especially its leaves, so with even a small quantities, it can give significant results! It is a very good addition in the soup and in the broth, especially in the tomato broth, but it is much more effective when it is eaten in fresh form. So when you cook the soup or broth, add its leaves at the end of cooking, after boiling, to retain the vitamins.
Parsley is a powerful freshener and it also covers bad breath. Its effectiveness is manifold as you might have read in one of the previous posts. It helps with inflammation of the gums also. To me personally it has a little weaker taste from celery, so you can freely nibble its leaves at any time. It would be useful to obtain a flowerpot of these herbs so you could always have it at your fingertips in a fresh form.
Mint also refreshes the breath and strengthens the gums. It has antiseptic properties and it helps with toothache. Medicinal parts of mint are primarily its leaves, but also all above-ground parts of this plant.
This plant is suitable against inflammation of mucous membranes and gums and it also prevents the occurrence of bad breath. You can do mouthwash with sage tea if you have problems with bleeding or with the painful gums.
cleans teeth and soothes the bleeding gums. Another in a series of medicinal pearls. What is interesting that this plant has also a positive impact on the concentration and brain function, so the effect of its consuming, can be multiply.
has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and can be used for rinsing the mouth after a tooth extraction or surgery. Insert a little flowers of chamomile in boiling water and it will give a nice scent to your home also..
is enough, according to folk recipes, to rub the teeth for the bleaching effects and obtaining gloss because it eliminates dark spots. It has also an antibacterial properties.
gently cleans teeth and destroys bacteria and it is recommended for people who have sensitive gums or who are prone to inflammation of the gums.
acts antibacterial and helps with gingivitis and bleeding gums. Tea tree oil is also particularly effective.
I hope that you’ve adopted how much powerful those plants are. Apply after some recipes and enjoy the benefits of nature of the land.
Posted on January 18, 2015, in Interesting News and tagged Aloe, antiseptic, breath, broth, Celery, Chamomile, Cinnamon, flowers, freshener, gloss, gums, health, herbs, land, Laurel, mint, Parsley, plant, Recipes, Rosemary, Sage, spice, toothpastes, tree. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.