Dental and Oral Care Tips through Ayurveda Herbs

Ayurvedic herbs cleanse the teeth, ease dental pains, strengthens the gums, and extremely useful for the eyes and nose.

List of top 20 Ayurveda medicine for dental care

    • Walnut: powdered fruit skin is used for cleansing the teeth, strengthens the gums, and checks bleeding.
    • Rough Chaff: its root powder is beneficial for teeth cleansing. It’s juice ease dental pains.  Also good for cataracts.
    • Indian Gum Arabic Tree: Bark gargle is beneficial in stomatitis and throat inflammations. Its leaf juice is used in conjunctivitis. Chewing of barks strengthen loose teeth and arrest bleeding from gums. It cleans dirty teeth too.
  • Bakula: Ripen fruit is used to clean the teeth. Brushing with stems clean the teeth. Gargling with the mix of Acacia eases swelling and bleeding of gums. It helps to fix the loose tooth.
  • Indian Nightshade: Its gargle alleviate the foul odor of the mouth.
  • Cardamom: Smell of Oral cavity and teeth disappear after gargling with it. Seeds are acts as mouth fresheners. Its oil is used for toothache.
  • Cassia Flower: Good for dental diseases.   Gum’s oil massage helps to stop bleeding and strengthens the gums. Acts like a deodorant. Its gargling is important for dental afflictions.
  • Variegated Bauhinia: Decoction of bark skin heals wounds. Skin paste reduces swelling.
  • Tailpepper: It is a good mouth deodorant. Its powder is extremely beneficial for teeth cleansing. Used in tooth powders.
  • Indian Beech: Root powder is good for teeth and gums. Seed oil is antiseptic, analgesic, and antipruritic. Leaves paste is extremely useful for wounds and swellings. It also relieves phlegm.
  • Nut Gall: Its gargle is effective for gum problems. Useful for mouth odorant.
  • Camphor: Place a swab, dipped in camphor oil to relieve the dental pain. use to make tooth powders. Camphor +  Neem juices prevent falling of eyelashes.
  • Cutch Tree: It’s powder stop gums bleeding. Highly useful for skin affliction. Also good for dental caries and cavities.
  • Musk-mallow: Its seed powder is used as mouth deodorant.  good for mouth and sore throat problems.
  • Clove:  Place a swab, soaked in clove oil, locally to relieve the toothache.  Used as mouth odorants.
  • Red Wood tree:  Gargle is good for stomatitis and sore throat. Its fruit is useful for the fair complexion of the skin.
  • Oak Galls: A mix of  Oak, alum, and catechu cleanses the teeth. It fixes the loose teeth. Its gargle is good for tonsils. Use in hair dye preparation.
  • Long Zedoary: Rhizome powder is used for cleansing of teeth. Used as deodorants.  also given for hiccup.
  • Toothache tree: The fruit chewed reduces dental pains and refreshes the mouth.  Also known for sore throat, toothache, and stomatitis.
  • Cinnamon: Soak the cotton swab in cinnamon oil and place it in dental cavities. It reduces pain. Eases depigmentation. Used as a mouth freshener and mouth odorants.
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3 thoughts on “Dental and Oral Care Tips through Ayurveda Herbs”

  1. Very informative and amazing blog. The efforts went into writing this blog is really commendable and deserves appreciation. Ayurveda and its herbs find its use everywhere and in every field. Organizing and enlisting all herbs together with their uses to treat different issues related to dental care is really admiring.

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  2. I find it very interesting that there are more than 10 Ayurveda herbs that can be used to treat dental problems as especially for teeth whitening. Thanks for providing this useful information and its uses.

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