You have probably heard that hydrogen peroxide is good for the gums, right? Because it acts as a disinfectant, hydrogen peroxide actually has many uses.
However, you have to be careful! Miracle recipes with hydrogen peroxide in your mouth don’t always work. On the contrary, in many cases they can even be bad for your health. Therefore, it’s important to always use the product with caution!
If you’ve problems with your gums, such as gingivitis,hydrogen peroxide can help!
Gingivitis is a bacterial disease that causes inflammation in the mouth and bleeding gums. It can happen either from food debris stuck between your teeth or from poor oral hygiene.
For this, you can make a solution of hydrogen peroxide and water. This mixture helps to eliminate the bacteria that cause gingivitis and relieves pain, redness, swelling and bleeding gums.
To prepare the mixture, you’ll need: ¼ cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide; ½ cup of water. Add the hydrogen peroxide to the cup of water and mix it. Rinse the mixture for 30 seconds and then spit it out.
This hydrogen peroxide solution can be used for up to 2 to 3 days. It’s not necessary to rinse your mouth with water after using the hydrogen peroxide solution, but if you don’t like the taste that’s left in your mouth, you can do that.
Not only does it help with gingivitis, but it also eliminates bad breath and can be used to relieve bleeding after extractions.
But in case of extractions, talk to your dentist before using this solution ok?
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