Now a day’s people use brush to clean teeth but some people use twigs in traditional Ayurvedic way. By adopting the traditional method, the problem of teeth is very useful. Ayurveda also emphasizes on twice cleaning of teeth.
When the modern era had not started, the old people used twigs of bitter trees like neem, salt, babool, dalchini and clove to clean their teeth. Their bitterness not only removes bad breath, but also strengthens the teeth and gums.
The teeth of trees not only keep your teeth clean but also helps in digestion. You can use Datun as a desi i.e. natural mouth freshener.
Neem: - To make neem twig, use that twig which is not dried. Neem's datun acts as a natural mouth freshener and does not cause bad odor from the mouth. Neem will strengthen the gums and the problem of Pariah will also not torment.
Babool (Acacia):- Acacia also increases your intellectual capacity and memory power. Acacia teeth are very beneficial for the strength of the gums and teeth and also make the teeth shine.
Salt: - There are centuries-old Ayurvedic and home remedies in which salt was used to relieve problems related to teeth and oral health. Cleaning the teeth or mouth with salt improves the pH level of the mouth, so that bacteria do not accumulate in the mouth. Apart from this, salt also to get relief from bad breath and to get relief from bad breath. Salt also eliminates yellowing of teeth.
Long (Clove): - Clove is a potent Ayurvedic medicine, which is used for many diseases. Clove oil, its leaves and its dried buds are used for medical needs. It has anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-viral and antiseptic properties. Because of this, it is also used as a home remedy in many types of health problems.
Dalchini (Cinnamon):- Cinnamon keeps the teeth strong and also does not allow insects to enter the teeth, so lentil sugar should be used for teeth.
(Note:- Do not do any type of Ayurvedic treatment or yoga practice without the advice of Ayurvedic doctors and yoga experts.)