Dentite Powder (ayurvedic tooth powder) दांतों की सड़न, मुंह से बदबू, मसूड़ों से खून आना, दांत दर्द और पायरिया में कारगर, मजबूत और स्वस्थ दांत के लिए
• For Healthy & Strong Teeth
• Prevents Tooth Decay, Bad Breath
• Fights bleeding gums,
• Toothache & Pyorrhoea
• Dental Problems
• दांतों का सड़ना
• मुंह से दुर्गंध आना
• मसूड़ों से खून आना
• दांत दर्द
• मुंह की बेहतर सेहत
Dentite Powder – ayurvedic tooth powder
(For Healthy & Strong Teeth, prevents tooth decay, bad breath, fights bleeding gums, toothache and pyorrhoea)
Oral health also influences the general quality of life and poor oral health is linked to chronic conditions and systemic diseases. Dental diseases are many which decay gums and teeth including pyorrhea, Gingivitis, Dental plaque and Dental caries. The presence of nutrients, epithelial debris and secretions makes mouth a favorable habitat for a great variety of bacteria. This ayurvedic tooth powder is a blend of natural herbs for healthy & strong teeth. Regular use of Dentite prevents tooth decay and bad breath. It also fights bleeding gums, toothache and pyorrhea.
- Tooth decay
- Bad breath
- Bleeding gums
- Oral health
Packing: A pack of 70g powder.
Directions for use or Dosage: Take a pinch of ayurvedic tooth powder, scoop up with finger or wet tooth brush for one to two minutes, then rinse. For best results, use twice daily.
|Mentha sylvestris||Pudina Phool||3.75%|
|Sodium Bi-carbonate||Shuddh Sajhikhar||15%|
Storing: Store in a cool, dark and dry place away from sun light.
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Disclaimer: The information provided here is for information purpose only and it is not intended to be a substitute for expert medical counsel. Always consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment of your ailment before taking any medication. Let the good health prevail.
Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum; English Name: Clove
Action: Lavang and their essential aromatic oil have immense health benefits and therapeutic values. Cloves occupy an important place, providing health benefits by anagesic, antiinflammatory and dental anesthetic activities. Eugenol, the main constituent of Lavang exhibits broad spectrum antibacterial activities against Gram-positive, Gram-negative and acid-fast bacteria. The use of cloves in relieving toothache is a well known home remedy. It relieves toothache as it possess local anesthetic effect. Further its antimicrobial and antinflammatory activity reduces the infection and related inflammation in the tooth. Clove gives the health benefits of bad breath control and reduction of microbial load in the mouth.
Botanical Name: Acacia catechu; English Name: Cutch Tree
Action: Khair is highly valuable for its powerful astringent and antioxidant activities. It is bitter and astringent in taste, pungent in the post digestive effect and has cold potency. It is being used externally as a powder since long past. It improves quality of teeth and arrests the bleeding in gums. It was found to be bactericidal in action against oral bacterial strains and these action may be due to the presence of phytochemical constituents in it.
3. Pudina Phool
Botanical Name: Mentha sylvestris; English Name: Mint
Action: Pudina is one of the oldest and most highly regarded herbs, and has been used for thousands of years. Menthol is the most important constituent of Pudina, which renders the herb its pharmacological properties. It is frequently used in toothpaste and chewing gum for oral health. The use of peppermint oil-flavored mouthwash, candy, and gum to improve breath is supported extensively by anecdotal and traditional use for bad breathe.
4. Shuddh Sajhikhar
English Name: Sodium Bi-carbonate
Action: Overall, brushing with baking soda is believed to enhance dental health. Sodium bicarbonate has been suggested to increase the pH in the oral cavity, potentially neutralizing the harmful effects of bacterial metabolic acids. When baking soda is put into the mouth, the free radicals from the mixture interact with the stain molecules on the teeth enamel and oxidize the yellow and brown stains on the teeth. Thus, baking soda breaks down the discoloration of the teeth, thereby brightening and whitening the teeth. It also removes plaque from the teeth. Plaque removal prevents the teeth from decaying and also freshens the breath. The alkaline baking soda helps to neutralize acidic bacterial wastes.