Medicinal plants for pyorrhea

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Herbal treatment of pyorrhea

Phytotherapy: Medicinal plants preparations for pyorrhea

Among all the possible plants we can point out the following:

  • Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis): Considered a potent anti-inflammatory and natural antiseptic (Well-filled rosemary infusion Take all day)
  • Thyme (Thymus vulgaris): The best natural antiseptic. (Thyme mouth rinses with thyme infusion) (Infusion of thyme and rosemary)
  • Green tea (Camellia sinensis): Because of its fluoride content, it helps strengthen teeth. In addition, because of its high tannin content, it is an excellent oral antiseptic. (Tea infusion)
  • Ginger (Zingiber officinale): For its powerful anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. (Infusion of fresh ginger) (Infusion of ginger and rosemary) (Infusion of ginger and thyme)
  • Elder (Decoction of the bark)
  • Horsetail (mouthwashes with the infusion of the dry plant.)
  • Arnica Mouthwashes with the resulting liquid of the infusion of a teaspoon of dry plant by water cup.Dilute 20 drops of tincture in a glass of water and rinse your mouth. (Do not swallow the liquid)
  • Mallow (Mouthwashes with the decoction during 10 minutes of a teaspoon of flowers by water cup.)
  • Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) (mouthwashes with the liquid of a decoction of 10 minutes a handful by dry root in a liter of water)
  • Mint (Mouthwashes with the infusion of dry leaves.)
  • Basil (Mouthwashes with the decoction of dry leaves)

SUPPLEMENTS: Vitamins and minerals for pyorrhea

Consult your dentist about the convenience of taking the following supplements for pyorrhea:

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Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

30 May, 2019

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