Natural Cures for Gum Disease
Natural cures for gum disease include maintaining proper oral hygiene, eating plenty of raw fruits and vegetables to strengthen the immune system and placing a simmered tea bag over the infected area for five to six minutes at a time. Pursue natural treatments for gum disease, seeking the help of a dentist if the infection persists, with information from a practicing wellness consultant in this free video on herbal remedies.
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Did you know that eight millions of people worldwide suffer from gum disease. I'm Isabelle Simon your personal and workplace wellness consultant and today we are going to learn some natural cures for gum disease. Gum disease is an acute infection an inflammation of the gum around the teeth. Poor immune system due to poor nutrition usually causes you know the infection and also poor dental hygiene will create problems. So for the hygiene obviously brushing your teeth is a must. But as your mom used to say an apple a day will keep the dentist away. So apples help clean your teeth. Now for the infection, you know what you want to do if you want to build your immune system is eat plenty of raw fruit and vegetables they are packed with antioxidants. Another excellent thing that I personally recommend is a supplement called Best Defense. It is packed with Echinacea, zinc, and vitamin C that help boost your immune system. They come in little tablets that you want to just drop in to a glass of water, let it dissolve for a minute or two and then just drink it up. You can drink two or three a day or just one a day but ensure that your immune system is strong. Now if you have an acute infection what I would recommend is that you simmer a tea bag into some warm water. And then once the tea bag is nicely simmered what you want to do is put it directly where the infection is and let it sit there for five, six minutes. And then you can repeat this as many times as needed and if all fails, definitely go see your dentist. I hope these tips will help you take care of your problem. I'm Isabelle Simon your personal and workplace wellness consultant and remember good health begins with good nutrition.