Perio-Gin Mouth Remedy (essential oil): This is an ESSENTIAL OIL blend formulated to use for *mouthwash and/or *gargle to aid mouth infections, gingivitis, periodontal disease, gums, abscessed teeth, post dental surgery and/or sore throat. *It’s imperative for safety reasons to DILUTE essential oils with a carrier oil, especially for oral or internal use. This is a safety practice so as to not to damage delicate mouth and digestive tract tissues.
Contains: Birch, Clove, Manuka, and Niaouli — NEAT (no carrier oil added).
Manuka essential oil offers a powerful punch to fight bacteria and is considered 20x stronger than Tea Tree and helps regenerate cell tissues much like Helichrysum italicum at only a fraction of the cost. Birch for its traditional use to aid bone stimulation and for pain relief. Clove traditionally used for pain relief and antibacterial properties. Niaouli for cell stimulation, anti-viral and analgesic, anti-inflammatory properties.
In addition or instead of this essential oil blend, consider using individual Hydrosols (blend your own) which are traditionally used for mouth rinse and gargle such as Frankincense Hydrosol, Sandalwood Hydrosol and/or Tea Tree Hydrosol.
Safety instructions and historical traditional use info is included with the purchase of Perio-Gin Mouth Remedy (essential oil) and/or with the purchase of Perio-Gin Mouth Rinse (hydrosol)
*CAUTION: Wintergreen and Birch both contain methyl salicylate. Methyl salicylate may be good for many people, but, for some it’s not (Robert Tisserand). Many sports muscle pain relief products contain such and have been overused causing fatalities. This may occur from oral and topical OVERUSE. The Birch in this formula is 3% of the total formula and is considered, for most, safe.
Do NOT misuse or overuse. If you are **pregnant, breast feeding, or are on blood thinner medications or are allergic to aspirin, DO NOT USE this blend.
If needed, contact us and we will formulate a custom blend for you and EXCLUDE the Birch oil.
**According to expert Robert Tisserand, “salicylates” in sufficient amounts, are teratogenic which means, if too much is used, there could be malformation of an embryo. DO NOT USE if pregnant.