If your mouth always smells bad, your teeth bleed when you brush your teeth, your teeth and gums hurt constantly, or you always have an upset stomach, you may have pyorrhea. Pyorrhea is an inflammation of the gums and roots of the teeth, often leading to grinding of the teeth. In this condition, the gums bleed. Obviously, this disease is not only dangerous for your health, but it can also be embarrassing for you. In severe cases of pyorrhea, you may be at risk of developing pus from the gums, gingivitis, loose tooth roots, gastrointestinal sepsis, or liver disease. What are the causes of pyorrhea?
According to Kapil Tyagi, Director of ‘Kapil Tyagi Ayurveda Clinic’ located in E-260 Sector 27, Noida, when the teeth are not brushed properly and regularly, bacteria starts to accumulate on the teeth. Eating and drinking causes the sticky particles on the teeth and gums to turn into acid, causing tooth decay and periodontal disease. Reasons for this are non-brushing, not brushing teeth after eating, consumption of unhealthy foods etc. Let’s find out which Ayurvedic home remedies you can use to treat pyorrhea.
How to make homemade manjan for pyuria?
- First solution –Grind some black pepper to a fine powder and add some salt to it. Massaging the gums with this mixture several times a day cures pyorrhea.
- The second solution –
Take some pomegranate seed powder and mix it with salt and pepper or black pepper powder. It is a powerful powder that can remove plaque and tartar from the teeth and gums and eliminate infection.
Guava and Acacia, Money Recovery Remedies
Chewing fresh acacia bark stops bleeding gums and is an effective home remedy for pyorrhea. Apart from this, guava, rich in vitamin C, acts as a dental tonic. Chewing guava leaves cures bleeding gums and keeps teeth healthy
Lemon and spinach are the best
Lemon strengthens the teeth and helps stop the pain in the gums. It is rich in vitamin C and is a great home remedy for pyorrhea. For this, drink lemon juice or rub it on the teeth and massage it. Drinking 1 cup of spinach juice mixed with 1 cup of carrot juice is one of the most effective remedies to prevent the pain of pyorrhea and end the disease at its root
Raw onion and mustard oil
Chewing raw onion for a few minutes kills all the germs in the teeth and is a great remedy for pyorrhea. Onion has anti-bacterial properties, which stop bleeding. Similarly, use mustard oil and add a pinch of salt. Rub this mixture on the gums and leave the mixture on the teeth for 5 minutes after brushing. It is a very effective remedy for all dental problems.
Wheat and cinnamon bark
Chewing wheat soaked in water for 10 minutes is a very effective exercise for teeth and gums. This improves blood circulation in the gums. Boil 4 to 5 pieces of cinnamon bark in water for half an hour. Cool this water slightly, now strain this water in a glass and gargle with it.