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Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. The plant is also rich in antioxidants. For this reason, some people use aloe vera to treat and relieve inflammation related to gum disease and other oral issues. Aloe vera also contains powerful antioxidants that fight free radicals that cause cell damage. These aloe vera traits may help the following conditions: [1]

  • gingivitis
  • gum infections or periodontitis
  • other irritation in the mouth

Reduce inflammation & speed healing

Aloe vera may improve healing while treating gingivitis and may reduce inflammation in the gums.

Protect against other issues

When used as part of regular oral care, aloe vera’s antimicrobial and protective properties can help prevent other mouth problems including canker sores or issues that can accompany dental devices, like implants.

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Using Aloe Vera for your oral health is beneficial, but you may not be sure which methods to choose from and in what quantity. Here are three products from the plant that are readily available in most health food stores that can be prepared and measured simply:

  1. Aloe Vera gels are the solution that most people are drawn to when it comes to oral health help. The consistency of a gel feels soothing and is not time consuming to put on. The gels help to soothe and heal mouth sores, while providing the body with antioxidant support. Make sure you are not consuming the gel (it is only meant for topical use on the spot!).
  2. Aloe Vera juice is effective in restoring the gastrointestinal tract, but garners mixed reviews on the taste and density. Depending on the formulation of your chosen Aloe Vera juice, you may either find it is bitter or sweet. It all depends on the formula and your taste buds! Some juices have additional natural flavouring from fruits that can improve the taste. Try out Aloe Vera juice if you’re looking for a refreshing way to help your mouth sores.
  3. Aloe Vera capsules are another alternative if you want an overall health boost for your body and your mouth. Typically the capsules are given to help treat constipation and soothe the intestinal tracts, but they can also help with oral inflammation and mouth sores. [2]

 

The anthraquinones present in Aloe Vera help us to fight the germs that can contain our teeth. Their bactericidal and analgesic action help us a lot to be able to easily fight these bacteria that can accumulate in our gums. The fluoride in toothpastes is something that sells a lot, but there are few people who need fluoride for teeth, so in periodontal or gum health have always used mouthwashes or rinses, which are bactericides to kill these bacteria that accumulate in the teeth. Aloe Vera has the advantage of being a powerful natural bactericide to kill them. [3]

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Thanks to Carol for her great report below explaining the beneficial results that she has had with using our Aloe Vera toothpaste. We really appreciate you Carol as sharing your positive experience could help others in a similar situation…..

 

This toothpaste is the best I’ve found for a dry sensitive mouth. It has a mild refreshing taste, is not irritating and provides moisturising relief. – Carol

 

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References

1. https://www.healthline.com/health/aloe-vera-for-gums#for-other-irritation

2. https://stonegatedental.ca/does-aloe-vera-help-mouth-ulcers/

3. https://truesmileworks.com/aloe-vera-and-its-benefits-for-your-oral-health/