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So, why exactly is it that a blend of almond, spearmint and peppermint essential oils can have a powerful effect on your periodontal (gum) health?

Many essential oils have anti-bacterial properties. In fact, there is a very popular mouthwash (full of alcohol) that uses derivatives from essential oils.

The problem with alcohol is that it dries the mucous membranes of your mouth. Could you imagine employing the power of essential oils without the high alcohol content?

Now you can.  Read more about it.

Why Essential Oils?

Many people don’t know about the power of essential oils and it is not surprising.  Information on many important topics never make it to the conscious awareness of most human beings.

Sometimes, the people ‘in the know’ just don’t make a point of sharing specialized knowledge.  But, even when they do, how many people can they actually reach with their message?  The answer is: very few.

Please be careful, no one is saying that this is the cure all for any dental disease.  However,  you sure can see a lot of folks talking about this product. You can read some of what they have to say here.

I happen to be a ‘believer’ in the power of essential oils. They do seem to work.


Isn’t it strange how our human race thinks it is smart enough beat mother nature?

After millions of years of time to test her creations, wouldn’t it only make sense that mother nature has all of the human beings put together vastly out-gunned?

Mother nature created these oils. Their chemical makeup was not synthesized in a laboratory to be patented and mass marketed to the medical community that sells us prescription medications.

Don’t mess with mother nature.

This post was written in general terms only.  If you have specific questions about your own unique dental health situation be sure to direct those questions to your doctor or dentist.

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* this article is for information only and does not intend to render advice, diagnosis or treatment for any health condition whatsoever.  If you have or think you might have a  health condition of any kind, be sure to visit your dentist or doctor for advice, diagnosis and treatment. The USFDA has not evaluated statements about product on this site.

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1 Paul

Very helpful and interensting information!

2 david

Hi Paul, thanks for your comment. I appreciate that, be sure to check out that other pages on this site too.

3 Mike Montrose

You can make your own ORAMD for a tiny fraction of what the company charges. ORAMD has 3 ingredients, peppermint oil, spearmint oil and almond oil. Buy them online and get more peppermint than the other 2. I use 3 tablespoons of peppermint (it has the strongest anti-bacterial action), 1 tablespoon of spearmint and 1 tablespoon of almond. This will fill 3 ORAMD containers and costs less that 5 dollars. I cannot tell the difference from ORAMD with this ratio.

4 Rube

Hi Mike
Is your own formula OraMD still effective? Did you have any gum recession that has been cured beause of this?

5 david

HI Rube, gum recession will not go away. (unless you get surgery or a gum graft) what you are trying to do is reduce your periodontal pocket depths to three millimeters and below (as verified by your dental hygienist or periodontist) – generally speaking, most professionals will consider your gums to be healthy at that point. However, lost tissue will not just ‘come back’ on it’s own. But keeping your gums healthy from this point forward may help to prevent further recession. Brushing to hard is another problem that can cause recession.

6 david

Hi Mike, Although you may feel like it is a good idea to make your own. I think the manufacturer has experimented and found the best way to do it. Also, you cannot be sure that the concentrations you mentioned would be correct between different brands of oil. Just my 2 cents.

7 Aan

What brand oils do you buy? I looked on Puritans Pride and they don’t have all three in a “form” recommended for anything but external use??? thanks

8 david

There is a link at the top of this page: http://www.tobeinformed.com/blog/1405/ that will take you to the blend of all three.

You might also consider looking at the Hydro Floss : http://www.toothygrinsstore.com/hydrofloss

9 John

I am now thinking deeply on the importance of essential oils. I do hope to read more posts about these oils in your blog in the future.

10 david

Hi John, I would like to approve your comment with the link included but we really need to see some useful comments and thoughts…. try again?

11 Andrei

Hi Dave,
This is a pretty interesting information for me here. First time I heard of essential oils for gum health, but I admit that I am ignorant when it comes to dental health, so maybe this is a common or very old news. I like the sound of essential oils for dental health since it is from mother earth or it is natural.

12 david

Hi Andrei, yes, it is frightening the number of people who have gum problems and don’t know it (yet). If you know a dentist or hygienist you can just ask them and they will be able to tell you that the number of people is huge!

When measuring the effectiveness of anything for this problem, you want to take a look at the periodontal pocket depths -which your hygienist can measure for you.

Generally speaking, 3mm and below is considered healthy, Anything above is generally considered a problem. You always want to be working with your dental professional to monitor these numbers.

13 John

Well, I didn’t know that the essential oils can be effective for dental health to this extent. Good to know now. Thanks for sharing it.

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