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Oral Cavity Detox

Oral Cavity Detox

Detoxification or detox is the physiological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from the human body. In this case we will focus on how to effectively detoxify the oral cavity.

It is important to keep a check on the bacteria and toxins in the mouth as bacterial growth or infections travel quickly from there to other parts of the body. Here are some tried and tested suggestions on how you can keep your mouth smelling fresh and toxin-free.

Good quality natural antibacterial and fluoride containing toothpaste:

SprinJene Natural Toothpaste takes pride in its patented black seed and zinc formulation which makes it unique and different from all other toothpastes. This 100% Natural toothpaste is made up of a fabulous mix of ingredients which have immense benefits including being:

  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-plaque
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • As well as having wound healing properties.

 All of these properties along with being chemical free and having no side effects makes SprinJene Natural toothpaste an ideal choice for you and your family.

Together, these ingredients may help to:

• Provide relief from dry mouth
• Help to control the growth of tartar
• Deliver long-lasting oral freshness
• Fight gingivitis (gum disease)
• Reduce gum inflammation

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Oil pulling:
This method involves swishing or rinsing with about one tablespoon of organic coconut oil in the mouth for around 20 minutes. The oil has been seen to reduce bad bacteria, remove stains from your teeth and to get rid of toxins. This helps detoxify not only your mouth but the entire body. It is recommended to start with half a teaspoon for about two minutes and then later work your way up. Spit the oil out and rinse your mouth with warm water. Do this at least once a week.


Tongue scraping: 

Everyone knows about brushing their teeth but very few people know about the importance of brushing the tongue. Tongue scraping effectively cleans bacterial build-up, food particles and dead cells from the surface of the tongue. Some tooth brushes come with a tongue scraper on the back of the head. Another option is to use a flexible neem twig as a disposable tongue scraper by bending it into a U shape. Scraping your tongue on a regular basis stimulates metabolism as it helps get rid of bacteria and toxins.

Massage your gums:
Gum massaging can prove to be very beneficial if carried out with black seed or neem oil. These have antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which alleviate any oral problems, lowering the chances of plaque accumulation and that of your gums bleeding. Apply a few drops of either of the oils on your gum line and massage for a few minutes. You can leave it overnight or rinse your mouth with cold water after an hour or two.

Natural Mouthwash:
While the disinfectant and antibacterial properties of mint prevents the growth of bacteria, cloves and parsley can help get rid of bad breath. One method to prepare the mouthwash is to boil two to three cloves in 2 cups of water and add a handful of mint and some parsley leaves. Rinse your mouth with it at least twice a day. Warm salt water rinses go a long way in maintaining gum health especially in the case of an inflammation or mouth sores.

Add More Water:

A water flosser or water pick uses a jet of water to blast away plaque in those tough-to-reach crevices. "Water flossing devices can be more beneficial than regular floss because they clear out plaque deeper in the pockets of your gums," says Michael Glick, a dentist and a professor of oral diagnostic sciences at the University at Buffalo.

Use Between-Meals Protection:

If you can't bring a toothbrush everywhere, keep your teeth clean after eating by sipping tea-based Qii. This drink is made with xylitol, an alternative natural sweetener that can reduce the risk of cavities. Qii also has a neutral pH and will prevent enamel wear and tear that acidic food and drinks can cause.

Practicing extra measures can only benefit your teeth and oral cavity and will endure that you have your pearly whites to last you your entire life.

Along with maintaining oral hygiene it is essential to eat a good, healthy balanced diet which consists of mostly fruits, vegetables and fiber and less of processed sugary foods and beverages.

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