Naturally removing tartar from teeth

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Plaque is porous in nature. Carbohydrates can easily penetrate into its structure. Dental plaque accommodates in places where its difficult to reach. We often don’t brush our teeth before sleeping as we are too tired or lazy to do so. The condition of the teeth is equally important as compared to the overall health of the body. White teeth indicate good health but aesthetic beauty also. Insufficient care of the oral cavity leads to change in the colour of the enamel.

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To prevent the development of diseases of masticatory organs and gums, removal of plaque becomes essential. Regularly ake care of your mouth. The removal of plaque can be done with household objects. Let’s take a look at it.

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Burdock root and half a teaspoon of bean peel should be poured over with 200 ml of boiling water and kept ignited for a good five minutes. Use this thrice in a day. Brew grass celandine with 200 ml boiling water for half an hour. Rinse thrice in a days time.

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Mix burdock root( 1 tablespoon) with two tablespoons of bean pod and pour 1 litre of water. Boil it for four hours. Cool down the infusion and filter it. Use half a cup of it five times in a day.

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Take 30 g of dry field horsetail with 300 ml boiling water and boil it for quarter of an hour. Use it after waking up and before going to bed. If the tartar has appeared recently, it must not have hardened. This method is beneficial in such cases. The honey solution is a good remedy too. Dissolve one tbsp of honey in warm water and rinse the cavity of the mouth well before hitting bed.

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