Purify Your Mouth and Teeth: 4 Yogic Techniques for a Comprehensive Oral Detox

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Purify Your Mouth and Teeth

Oral care or oral hygiene can have a great positive impact on our health. Oral is often neglected.

Today I am going to tell you about four yogic natural cleansing techniques :- jivha Moola shodhan, oil pulling, cleaning with neem datun and crushed mango leaf. You can practise any or all of these for morning oral detoxification.

The first technique, jivha Moola shodhan, involves cleaning your tongue thoroughly from its root. This removes the bacteria responsible for bad breath and oral infection and this also helps in better digestion and elimination.

Jivha Moola shodhan

So now know how to do the jivha Moola shodhan. First, use a copper or stainless steel tongue scrapper to gently clean the tongue from back to front. This kind of ushaped tongue cleaner is easily available in the market.

After scrapping cleaning your tongue, open your mouth and insert your index or middle finger and rub the tip of your finger as far back till the root of the tongue.

You may use three to four fingers also. If you are comfortable, rub this two or three times till you feel the sensation of throwing up.

Then use a thumb and take the thumb in mouth from your palate to the small tongue which is hanging on both the sides, these are tonsils.

Move your thumb in sideway direction and you will feel like throwing out. Remove the cuff which comes in your mouth and then gargle with water.

Next, let’s find more about oil pulling. This ayurvedic technique helps remove harmful bacterias from the mouth. Regular oil pulling is also known to decrease gingivitis, which is a common gum disease.

Oil pulling

Its symptoms are inflammation and bleeding. Take one tablespoon of coconut oil or sesame oil and swish in your mouth for 15 to 20 minutes, making sure to cover all the areas in the mouth.

Spit the oil out and rinse the mouth with warm water.

Now let’s see a natural brushing technique with neem. Neem twig contains compound with strong antimicrobial properties.

They can fight bacterias and fungi responsible for various oral issues. Neem also helps reduce the inflammation in the gum. Break a fresh neem twig fresh twigs are softer.

Cleaning with neem datun

Take one end of the twig, start biting it and fray it a little and then use this as a brush. Natural toothbrush brush your teeth thoroughly, paying attention to the gum line.

Use a new neem twig fresh every time for hygiene and effectiveness. If you don’t have a neem tree nearby, you may even use fresh bubble trees twig.

Another very effective oral detox technique is use of mango leaf. Did you know that chewing mango leaf to crush it can strengthen your gums and prevent gum diseases.

The astringent properties in the mango leaf removes plaque and debris from your teeth and gums and gives you a feeling of oral cleanliness.

Crushed mango leaf

Take a fresh mango leaf, pluck it from the tree, wash it well with water, and chew it up. It would be crushed well and then use your finger.

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Take this crushed mango and move it all over your bouts to see that every tooth is cleaned and the gums are also massaged, and then rinse it with water.

Following these natural and simple detox method brings together traditional wisdom and scientific knowledge.

As with any other health habit, it’s important to practise this every day, in the morning, regularly, and benefit from it.

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