3 Natural Remedies That Will Whiten Your Teeth and Remove Plaque

Oral hygiene is highly important for many other reasons other than the obvious aesthetic effect.

There are many issues that can happen and go wrong inside the mouth and one very common one is plaque that is a like a sticky film layer that surrounds the whole tooth and it is filled with bacteria.

If this condition is untreated for a longer period of time it can cause severe gum inflammation and gingivitis and harden and become like tartar.

This condition is easily treatable and the good news is that you do not need to spend a lot of money on expensive products since you can clean your teeth with completely natural remediesand ingredients that will also give you a lot of benefits like whiten your teeth and prevent further infections.

Remedy #1:


  • A few drops of essential oil
  • 2 tablespoons of coconut oil
  • 2 tablespoons of baking soda


Make a paste with mixing all the ingredients together and dip your toothbrush in it in order to brush your teeth.

Once you brush rinse like you normally would. You should rush your teeth with this mixture 2 times a day.

The coconut oil contains lauric acid and has amazing antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that come in handy when it comes to removing all sorts of harmful bacteria in the mouth and whitening of the teeth.

Remedy #2:


  • 2 tablespoons of baking soda
  • Hydrogen peroxide


Make a paste out of the two ingredients and brush your teeth and rinse like you normally would.

The hydrogen peroxide will disinfect you teeth and cavities while the baking soda provides a whitening effect and contributes to healthy gums.

Remedy #3:

Oil Pulling

This technique of oil pulling has become really famous recently and all you need to do is take 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and swish it around mouth in order for it to get in every nook and cranny. Use it daily for about 10-20 minutes and rinse your mouth with lukewarm water.

This will give you pearly white teeth, healthy gums and a infection and bacteria free mouth that also means fresh breath!

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