Monday, May 6, 2013

chamomile tea for gums

The gums inflamed or swollen or gums that bleed when you brush your teeth indicate a fairly common problem that advertises natural treatment or medical emergency. These symptoms are gingivitis, a form of inflammation of the gums caused by tartar.
Teeth, inflamed gums become red, soft, shiny, and bleed easily, especially when you bite into a fruit, pretzels or to brushing our teeth. In some cases occur and the pains, but often gingivitis not have signal of pains. Gingivitis is an early stage of periodontal disease.
Chamomile reduces inflammation
An efficient plant in treating gingivitis is chamomile, because it has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. The infusion is made up of three teaspoons of chamomile flowers and a cup of hot water. It is recommended to rinse with chamomile tea at least three times a day, in rounds of five minutes.
Or you can put a wet chamomile tea bag on the painful area. Tea contains tannic acid that stops the bleeding and reduce inflammation. Chamomile represents an effective natural treatment for red gums problems and is also very simple to use, just rinse your mouth with chamomile tea several times a day.
Massage the gums encircling them between thumb and forefinger. This massage improves blood circulation in the tissue painful, inflamed, helping the gums to heal more easily.

3 comments:

  1. Chamomile tea seems useful for gums. I did not hear about this . Thanks for the sharing information.

    Glan Deas
    Kopi Luwak

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  2. Chamomile has really extraordinary benefits for our body

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  3. Chamomile tea is actually a tisane- an herbal infusion, it will have far fewer if any tannins compared to tea leaf teas (black tea for example)

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