adminJune 30, 2022 Thursday, June 30, 2022, 19:00 (GMT+7) Mouthwash with coconut oil, aloe vera juice, salt water, homemade baking soda … helps to clean teeth, remove plaque, avoid bad breath. Besides brushing twice a day, flossing and mouthwash are both important for maintaining oral hygiene and preventing disease. There are different types of mouthwash on the market, but you can also make your own at home from natural ingredients. Here are a few ways to do it.Baking sodaIngredients: 1/2 teaspoon baking soda and 1/2 cup warm water.Method: add baking soda to half a glass of warm water and mix well, gargle with this solution after brushing your teeth.Baking soda helps eliminate bad breath and oral bacteria. It is alkaline and can raise the pH of saliva. Coconut oilIngredients: a teaspoon of virgin coconut oil.Method: put oil in your mouth and stir 10-15 times. Spit out the oil and rinse your mouth with water.Coconut oil is not only a mouthwash, reducing plaque formation in the mouth but also aids in detoxification of the body. SaltIngredients: 1/2 teaspoon of salt and 1/2 cup of warm water.Method: add salt to the water and mix well. You can rinse your mouth with this solution after meals.Salt water has been shown to work when gargling, helping to minimize dental problems and plaque formation. However, when mixing salt water, you should use clean water, not too salty. Best to get the required isotonicity, you can choose to buy pre-mixed saline solutions, which are available at drugstores. Cinnamon and Clove Essential OilsIngredients: a cup of distilled water, 10 drops of cinnamon oil and 10 drops of clove oil.Method: Mix all ingredients together.This mixture can be used for a long time and you can store it for gradual use. Clove and cinnamon oils can help freshen breath and fight tooth decay. Aloe vera juiceIngredients: 1/2 cup aloe vera juice and 1/2 cup distilled water.How to do it: mix aloe vera juice into water and rinse your mouth with this solution every time you brush your teeth.This solution helps reduce bleeding gums and plaque. Kim Uyen(Follow The Times of India) .