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Gum Care

Updated: Nov 7, 2023

Gum Care


  • Based on an excellent herbal formula, treats tooth and gum problems

  • Brightens tooth luster and make for a healthier mouth

  • Prevents decay of the tooth gum

Our Gum Care Powder is made from complex formulations including a sophisticated combination of herbs responsible to increase effectiveness and also prevents decay of the tooth gum. The herbal products are based on extensive research of the medicinal use of herbs that has been applied to diseased gums. Highest quality herbs have been used and no chemicals have been used so as dilute its effectiveness.

Directions for use - It has been recommended to use Gum Care Powder daily as oral rinse and dentifrice to cleanse and refresh gums

According to Ayurveda, the physiology of a human being is governed by the 3 doshas- vata, pitta and kapha. Vata dosha is responsible for all movement in the body and mind, from the downward moving energy necessary for a bowel movement, to nerve impulses, to the circulation of blood and the movement of thoughts and emotions. Pitta dosha is the force of transformation. It is the energy needed to digest, absorb and assimilate nutrients in the gastrointestinal tract, to the way eyes take in light and convert it into images, to the way we stay committed to following through on projects. Kapha dosha is our stability. It provides structure through the skeletal system, lubricates the joints and mucus membranes of the body and enables us to offer love and compassion to ourselves and others.

The 3 doshas are also present within the mouth and perform different functions to maintain oral health. For instance, one of the subdoshas of kapha is called bodhaka kapha. Bodhaka kapha moistens the mucus membranes of the mouth and its physical form is saliva. Saliva is necessary for the sense of taste to happen. In fact salivary amylase, produced by salivary glands, initiates digestion as soon as a bite of food enters the mouth. Salivary amylase begins to break down starches into smaller molecules, which makes digestion and assimilation of food more easeful for the small intestine. Bodhaka kapha also helps to prevent cavities by washing away bits of food and reduces the effects of acidic foods on teeth enamel.

Within the mouth, kapha dosha is also found within the teeth, as they are bones which are a part of our skeletal system. Interestingly, vata dosha is also found within the pores of the bones and hence the pores of teeth. Vata dosha is also required for the biting, chewing and swallowing of food. Finally, pitta dosha is present within the blood vessels which nourish and protect the gum tissue.

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