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The Powerful Tooth and Gum Benefits of Peppermint and Rosemary

Last week we spoke about the possible harmful effects of commercial mouthwash, full of harmful additives and chemicals, that could actually increase risk of dental problems. Fulvic and Silver are some very powerful alternatives from Mother Earth that can help to fight bacteria, promote healing, remineralize the teeth, boost the immune system, are safe, natural and easy to use. You can read more about them here. In today’s blog we’re going to touch on some key herbs that promote oral health.

Peppermint Benefits For Your Teeth and Gums

Peppermint and rosemary are popular herbs that have been used for centuries for their medicinal properties. While they are often consumed as tea or used in aromatherapy, these herbs can also be used as a mouthwash to promote oral health. Peppermint is a refreshing herb with a cooling effect. It is commonly used in oral care products like toothpaste and mouthwash because of its antimicrobial properties.

  • Antimicrobial properties: Peppermint has been shown to have antimicrobial properties that can help kill bacteria in the mouth, which can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
  • Reduces inflammation: Peppermint contains anti-inflammatory compounds that can help reduce swelling and inflammation in the gums.
  • Soothes pain: Peppermint has a cooling effect and can help soothe pain in the mouth, including toothaches.
  • Increases salivation: Peppermint can help stimulate salivary flow, which can help neutralize acids in the mouth and prevent dry mouth.
  • Enhances taste perception: Peppermint can help enhance taste perception and make food taste better, which can encourage healthy eating habits.

Rosemary Benefits For Your Teeth and Gums

Rosemary is another herb with antimicrobial properties that can be used to promote oral health. It contains a compound called rosmarinic acid, which has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Rosemary can also help prevent the growth of bacteria in the mouth, which can lead to bad breath and oral infections.

  • Anti-inflammatory properties: Rosemary contains compounds that can help reduce swelling and inflammation in the gums.
  • Antimicrobial properties: Rosemary has been shown to have antimicrobial properties that can help kill bacteria in the mouth, which can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
  • Analgesic properties: Rosemary has analgesic properties that can help relieve pain in the mouth, including toothaches.
  • Freshens breath: Rosemary has a pleasant scent that can help freshen breath.
  • Promotes circulation: Rosemary can help improve blood flow and circulation, which can promote overall oral health.
  • Antioxidant properties: Rosemary contains antioxidants that can help protect against oxidative damage, which can contribute to oral health problems


These oils, when combined, have a fresh, spicy aroma that can help to freshen breath. They also contain compounds that can help to neutralize odor-causing bacteria that contribute to bad breath. When used as a mouthwash, these herbs can promote oral health. Their antimicrobial properties can prevent the growth of bacteria in the mouth, which can lead to cavities and gum disease. By incorporating a mouthwash with these essential oils into your oral care routine, you can enjoy the benefits of these natural remedies and maintain a healthy mouth.

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• Reduces gum inflammation*
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Commercial mouthwash can be harmful to human health due to the presence of certain chemicals and alcohol that can lead to a variety of negative side effects. For example, alcohol-based mouthwash can dry out the mouth, which can lead to bad breath, dental decay, and other oral health problems. Additionally, many mouthwashes contain chemicals such as triclosan and chlorhexidine, which have been linked to antibiotic resistance and other health issues. In some cases, excessive use of commercial mouthwash can also lead to an increased risk of oral cancer

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  3. Kiani, S., et al. (2016). A review of therapeutic potential of Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) in Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 10(13), 163-177.
  4. Sánchez‐Vidaña, D. I., et al. (2020). Rosmarinus officinalis: A review of its potential applications to dental care. Phytotherapy Research, 34(5), 986-1004
  5. Silva, A. C. A., et al. (2020). The use of herbal products in dentistry: A systematic review. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 259, 112964.
  6. Singh, A., et al. (2017). Mouthwashes: A review. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 9(9), 1684-1690.

Annie Pavone

APRIL 09, 2023

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