Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Home Remedies for Pyorrhea

Pyorrhea is a serious disease of the teeth. It infects the muscles around the teeth and damages them. This disease is caused due to several health reasons which are not limited to the problems of teeth. Pyorrhea occurs due to the formation of bacteria in gums. 

The Symptoms of Pyorrhea

The irregular cleaning of the teeth, the accumulation of dirt and food particles in teeth, rotten teeth, foul smell in breath, loss of taste, formation of bacteria in mouth, inflammation in gums, mouth ulcers and bleeding in the gums are the symptoms of pyorrhea.

Home Remedies for Pyorrhea

1. Prepare the mixture of the ash of the leaves of neem or margosa with charcoal powder  and camphor. Apply this powder on teeth and let it remain for half an hour. Thereafter brush the teeth to get relief in pyorrhea.

2. The regular massage of black salt and mustard oil stops the bleeding from the gums and removes bad odour. It completely destroys the pyorrhea.

3. The 2-3 grams of triphala or the powder of three fruits which contains Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) or Amla, Terminalia bellirica or Behra and Terminalia chebula or Hurd is taken 2-3 times a day.

4. Guava is a rich source of vitamin C and is very helpful for the health of the teeth. Eating unripe guava with a little salt sprinkled on it, gives relief in pyorrehea.

5. Massage the teeth with the paste prepared by mixing camphor in buttermilk to get relief in pyorrhea.

6. The massage of teeth with a mixture of black pepper and salt also gives relief in pyorrhea.

7. Prepare the paste of 5 gram camphor, 100 ml honey and 250 ml of Castor oil. Soak the brush or the brush made from a small twig of neem or margosa in it. Massage the teeth with the mixture for few days to get relief in pyorrhea.  This is the best home remedy for pyorrhea.

8. Regularly brush the teeth with a small twig or shoot of neem or margosa.

1. Avoid constipation.
2. It is advisable to bath in the water into which epsom salt has been mixed.
3. Brush the teeth twice a day.
4. Drink enough water to flush out toxins from the body.
5. Take vitamin C rich fruits like Indian gooseberry, guava, pomegranate and oranges in sufficient amounts.
6. Take boiled vegetables without spices during the onslaught of pyorrhea.

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