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ENT & Oral

Ayurveda deals with diseases above the shoulder (Urdhva Jatrugata Rogas) with a special branch known as Shalakya Tantra. This branch comprises of diseases that are related to the ears, nose, throat, and oral health. Various factors such as improper hygiene, low immunity, an unhealthy lifestyle, poor diet lead to these problems. However, Ayurveda plays an exceptional role in healing them. It focuses on identifying the root cause of every disease and rectifying it with the right lifestyle, nutrition, and herbal remedies. Our lovely nature has served us with a wide range of herbs. But it is the Ayurvedic approach that has helped us convert these herbs into a variety of herbal and natural treatments for treating human body disorders. From boosting the immune system to healing chronic conditions, taking the Ayurvedic route is extremely beneficial.

Common ENT & Oral Issues

Toothache and Sensitive Teeth

These issues may be caused by many factors ranging from strong chemicals used in teeth bleaching to cavities.

Halitosis

Commonly known as bad breath, it affects us both physically and socially. It is often an indicator of stomach-related disorders.

Snoring

This problem is not very serious in general but can definitely be troublesome for those around you, if you have it.

Nasal allergy

Also called allergic rhinitis, it is an inflammatory reaction to dust particles, mites, pollen, animal fur or similar minute particles.

Earwax Buildup

When excessive ear wax gets accumulated it can harden block the ear canal. Be careful while cleaning; don’t push the wax deeper!

Gingivitis

It typically means inflamed, painful gums due to germ buildup on the teeth. If left untreated for too long, it can cause tooth decay.

Ayurvedic Remedies

Reduces the likelihood of tooth decay

Is a great alternative to synthetic chemicals

Offers preventive & therapeutic methods for health

Decreases plaque & germs with anti-bacterial effects

Excellent for long term body health

Helps connective tissue to heal and develop

Ayurvedic Remedies

Reduces the likelihood of tooth decay

Is a great alternative to synthetic chemicals

Offers preventive & therapeutic methods for health

Decreases plaque & germs with anti-bacterial effects

Excellent for long term body health

Helps connective tissue to heal and develop

FAQs

  • Q. How does clove oil help in toothache and sensitive teeth?
  • Clove possesses powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Also, it instantly numbs from pain as it works like an anaesthetic and it is also anti-bacterial in nature. This is why, it is generally advised to keep a clove at the affected area inside the mouth or apply clove oil.
  • Q. What should I do to reduce nasal allergies?
  • Make changes in your diet - reduce the intake of refined wheat, processed foods, iced, sugary drinks, fried foods, and meat. These foods tend to slow the rate of digestion and may cause bloating, constipation and other complications. Also include spices like cumin, black pepper, turmeric, ginger, and cinnamon in your dishes.
  • Q. What causes bad breath?
  • There are quite a few causes of bad breath or Halitosis such as a general lack of oral hygiene, poor digestion or constipation, consuming pungent foods like onion and garlic, smoking, the decomposition of food particles stuck in between teeth, chewing tobacco, drinking alcohol, etc.
  • Q. List some Ayurvedic herbs that I can use for oral issues.
  • The most common Ayurvedic herbs used in Ayurvedic preparations include Neem, Ginger, Clove Oil, Eucalyptus, Turmeric, Lemon, Aloe, Potato, Pepper, Green Tea, Onion, Coriander, Papaya, Garlic, Honey, Babool, etc. Each of these is uniquely beneficial to our oral health and hygiene.
  • Q. What are some Ayurvedic approaches to cure oral problems?
  • The Ayurvedic approach involves multiple strategies for building stronger teeth and promoting healthy gums and jaw. These are therapeutic processes through several botanical herbs like oil pulling and salt water gargling along with adjustments in diet and lifestyle.