How to make a simple herbal mouthwash
How to make Sage Rinse
This simple Sage Rinse mouthwash is excellent for any kind of gum problem including receding gums, bleeding gums, gingivitis, gum disease, and even periodontal disease.
To make a sage rinse, cover a handful of fresh or tablespoon of dried sage with boiling spring water, steep in a teapot or jar for 4-8 hours, then strain into a jar to keep in the bathroom. Swish a mouthful around after your daily brushing, then spit.
Use a herbal rinse instead of an alcohol based mouthwash because aside from being very drying, alcohol-based mouthwashes are known to cause oral cancer.
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