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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE A NATURAL HOMEMADE MOUTHWASH -ITS EASY

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE A NATURAL, HOMEMADE MOUTHWASH -ITS EASY


WHY MOUTHWASH REQUIRIED

Most people use mouthwash either in the hopes of eliminating bad breath or to help their mouths feel fresh and clean. That said, there are numerous mouthwashes available said to serve a variety of different purposes. Some claim to help fight cavities, others to help remove plaque, tartar, or gingivitis. Still others claim to help whiten teeth.

There are many times when you may want to make yourself a Homemade mouthwash:

Homemade mouthwash that is alcohol free, inexpensive, and super easy to make yourself! Refresh, cleanse, and heal with this natural, homemade mouthwash

Perhaps you want to freshen your breath before a date.

You may have dental pain, and want a way to sooth your mouth until your dentist is able to see you.

Maybe you have a sore throat and want to gargle with something that will help lessen the pain.

Or maybe you’re just looking for a way to clean out your mouth and raise the pH of your mouth after eating when you can’t get a brushing in?

All of these reasons are valid reasons for wanting to use a mouthwash, so why not make it yourself

INGREDIENTS TO BE USED IN A HOMEMADE MOUTHWASH?

SALT

Salt is a healing ingredient that has been used in medicine by many cultures since ancient times.  It is, perhaps, the most important ingredient to use in a homemade mouthwash because of its healing properties. Salt water rinses are often prescribed after dental surgeries because they can help sooth and promote healing by reducing inflammation and contracting the tissues.

I’ve read in several places that salt water rinses may also help alkalize the mouth by helping to destroy the acid forming bacteria that cause cavities and gingivitis. Using a natural salt, like Himalayan salt, could be helpful in providing essential trace minerals that may help in the remineralization of your teeth.

The addition of salt also helps preserve your homemade mouthwash.

BAKING SODA

Baking soda has a pH of  around 9. Adding it to your homemade mouthwash may help alkalize the mouth, making it a less hospitable place for bacteria that cause cavities and gingivitis. It can also help balance your oral pH after having ingested acidic foods that can be damaging to your teeth.

Using salt and baking soda together in a rinse isn’t new. The National Cancer Institute recommends using a rinse of water, baking soda and salt as a way to help reduce mouth pain and some of the oral side effects of chemotherapy. It’s a natural, gentle, healing combination that is great for a variety of issues.

XYLITOL

Xylitol is a sweetener that won’t damage your teeth and may actually help keep cavities away. I’m primarily adding it to help make the mouthwash more appealing. It’s a totally optional ingredient, though, so if you are opposed to using it, don’t add it! (And keep it away from dogs!)

MINERAL DROPS

Adding mineral drops, like Concentrace Trace Mineral Drops, is also optional. I add them to help surround the teeth with beneficial minerals that may help in remineralizing any areas that may have been demineralized by acid forming bacteria in dental plaque. These same mineral drops would also make a great addition to your homemade toothpaste and drinking water.

Homemade Natural Mouthwash
Total Time
5 minutes
Ingredients
5 ml salt
5 ml baking soda
5 ml xylitol
8 drops peppermint essential oil or other oil, optional
20 drops mineral drops
250 ml distilled water
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Instructions

Add all of the ingredients to a storage bottle and mix thoroughly.

Shake before each use to help disperse the oils and any baking soda or traces of salt that may have settled to the bottom of the bottle.

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1 comment:

  1. Suneela Rathod NewzealandOctober 8, 2018 at 8:27 PM

    V G Home formula. i like...d

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