Gingivitis is a common oral
infection that can affect the surface of your gum tissue. Even when you do
practice proper hygiene, such as flossing and brushing, this infection can
still occur. The early stages may not be painful, but when left untreated, it
can make the problem worsen and can affect more tissue, and eventually the bone
That said, it is possible to
alleviate the infection using natural remedies such as the following medicinal
The flowers of
the chamomile plant are the ones used because of their medicinal properties which
are anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, antiseptic, analgesic, and carminative
in nature. European herbalists make use of this plant as a mouthwash or gargle
to help treat gingivitis.
possible treatment for gingivitis is salt water rinse. Salt is considered as a
natural disinfectant which can promote healing too. It has been found to soothe
inflamed gums, reduce the amount of bacteria present, and minimize the pain as
well. Add half a teaspoon or ¾ teaspoon of salt to a glass filled with lukewarm
water, stir, and use it as a gargle. Do this for 30 seconds then spit it out.
This herb has
been used as part of herbal medicine in Europe for centuries for treating
inflammations that happen in the mouth, tonsils, and throat, as well as
gingivitis just to name a few. Sage has antispasmodic, astringent, antiseptic,
as well as carminative properties that can help heal gingivitis. Prepare sage
tea by steeping two to three teaspoons of dried sage and sipping it throughout
Who would have
though that lemongrass oil mouthwash is more effective than regular mouthwash
when it comes to fighting plaque and reducing gingivitis? You will need to
dilute two to three drops of this essential oil in your cup of water then swish
it around your mouth for 30 seconds. Spit it out afterwards. You will need to
repeat this remedy two to three times in a day.
been found to contain antibacterial as well as immune-boosting properties
making it one of the best herbal remedies that you can use to fight gingivitis.
You can also this to combat gum swelling and mouth ulcers too. You can add one
to two drops of echinacea tincture to your mouthwash or tea even to help reap