Herbal Remedy For Inflamed Gums

Herbal Remedy For Inflamed Gums & Sensitive Teeth

I tell all my clients how important it is to have good oral hygiene. Brush your teeth and floss twice daily. However, this isn’t enough. Periodontal disease with severe recession of the gums can cause terrible pain and worse problems.

Are you suffering from abscess, infection, inflammation in the oral cavity?

Herbal Remedy for Gum Inflammation

I have used this remedy myself and can tell you that is it powerful. In fact, it is powerful enough to kill oral infections, reduce pain/swelling, and even remodel tissue around bone and teeth!

In my own experience, the inflammation and pain improved overnight by 50%. Within 3 weeks the sensitivity in the surrounding teeth had disappeared along with the infection.  Then I started noticing something truly amazing! My gums that had receded seemed to start growing and reattaching to my teeth. I was delighted.

Ingredients: Only Three

This remedy contains two herbs and an essential oil: goldenseal root + myrrh + clove essential oil.

GOLDENSEAL ROOT – This herb stimulates a powerful Th1 “killer” immune response. I have used this herb in some of my clients that have bacteria/fungal overgrowth in the gut with great success. Topically, it can be used for local inflammation/infections. It is considered one of nature’s antibiotics.

MYRRH – This herb is known for one of the herbs that the three wise men offered as a gift to the baby Jesus. This herb has powerful wound healing capabilities, bringing needed substrates to the site of tissue injury for speedy healing.

CLOVE OIL – This essential oil doubles as an antibiotic and pain reliever. Using this in the oral cavity helps to relieve toothache pain and inflammation.

Instructions: This is Easy To Do

You can download the protocol from my Fullscript dispensary. It tells you everything you need to know.

Final Words

  • Brushing and flossing is not enough! Purchase a SoniCare toothbrush and use it twice daily for 2 minutes. It can remove 400% more plaque than brushing and flossing.
  • If you develop the need for implants, find the most experienced dentist/periodontist when it comes to implants.