How to Make a Natural Mouthwash to Improve Oral and Dental Health

According to the CDC, half of American adults have periodontal disease. The Oral Health Foundation says preventive care and oral hygiene are key to improving oral and dental health.

These homemade mouthwash recipes to improve oral and dental health will do just that.

These homemade mouthwash recipes for improving oral and dental health contain natural products that are easy to find and have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Baking soda is alkaline, so it can help regulate PH by neutralizing acidity in the mouth. Thus, baking soda not only prevents tooth decay, but also helps remineralize your tooth enamel. Baking soda can also limit the formation of plaque by neutralizing plaque acids.

Tea tree is a natural remedy for bad breath and contains ingredients that reduce plaque. This oil is the perfect ingredient for a homemade toothpaste or mouthwash because it kills bacteria, reduces tooth decay and soothes bleeding gums.

Peppermint oil is one of the oils used in oil pulling. It's an effective way to reduce plaque, clean teeth and gums, and promote oral health in other ways as well. Rinsing with diluted peppermint oil can relieve bad breath or bad taste in the mouth.

Have you ever used these essential oils for oral care?

This simple but effective recipe for a homemade peppermint and tea tree oil mouthwash will keep your mouth clean and your breath fresh. Plus more recipes for homemade mouthwashes are included!

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0:41 DIY Mouthwash recipe with baking soda and tea tree oil
1:17 Apple cider vinegar as a mouth wash
2:02 Outro

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