Two festive ingredients that could save your gums 

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As the holiday season unfolds, we’d love to shine a spotlight on two powerful Christmas ingredients that stand out as exceptional contributors to oral health. These ingredients have become the cornerstone of Good-Gums all-natural solution for gum health, and we are thrilled to share their benefits with you.

Cinnamon: The Super Spice of Oral Health

First on our list of gum-saving Christmas wonders is the delectable spice, cinnamon. Originating from the bark of the Cinnamomum Verum tree, this aromatic spice has been cherished for both culinary and medicinal purposes for millennia. Packed with compounds like cinnamic acid, cinnamaldehyde, and cinnamate, cinnamon boasts an impressive array of health-promoting properties.

This festive wonder is a powerful combination of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, antimicrobial elements, and anti-diabetic components. Its potential extends to reducing the risk of heart disease and even cancer. When it comes to gum health, cinnamon takes center stage and has been a staple in toothpowder for centuries.

Studies suggest that cinnamon’s compounds may shield against bacteria strains responsible for tooth decay, cavities, bad breath, and gum disease. Cinnamaldehyde, a key component of cinnamon, exhibits robust antifungal and antibacterial properties, combatting the bacteria associated with oral health issues. Additionally, cinnamon’s anti-inflammatory characteristics make it an effective remedy for sore gums, providing relief from swelling and pain.

For more insights into the health benefits of cinnamon, take a look at our article, “Why Cinnamon is Taking Over the Oral Health World.”

cinnamon to save your gums

Myrrh: The Mystical Resin for Gum Health

Following closely on our gum-saving Christmas list is the mystical myrrh. This reddish-brown sap, sourced from trees of the Commiphora species found in Africa, Saudi Arabia, and Oman, carries a rich history and powerful healing properties.

Myrrh’s significance dates back thousands of years, and historical evidence suggests its use for medical purposes across diverse cultures. So revered was myrrh that, at one point, it rivaled gold in value, earning its place as a precious treasure fit for a king, and, of course, the newborn baby Jesus.

So, why is myrrh so beneficial for gums? Aptly named “bitter” in Arabic, myrrh is widely acknowledged by herbalists and practitioners of Chinese medicine for its effectiveness in addressing sore gums. Recognized in the West for its astringent, antiseptic, and healing properties, myrrh plays a crucial role in repairing damaged tissue and stimulating circulation in mucous membrane tissue, including the gums.

Myrrh’s antiseptic and antimicrobial qualities, coupled with its ability to repair tissue and boost circulation, make it an evidence-based remedy for swollen gums, canker sores, sore throats, and sinus infections. In ancient times, myrrh, often combined with frankincense, was burned in places of worship to purify the air and prevent the spread of contagious diseases.

Myrrh and Cinnamon: Essential Ingredients in the Good-Gums Formula

Both myrrh and cinnamon are integral components of Good-Gums, our all-natural solution for gum health. Alongside these two powerhouses, Good-Gums includes baking soda, French grey sea salt, cranberry, peppermint, vitamin C, and citrus bioflavonoids. This potent combination aids in breaking down plaque and provides essential minerals for robust tooth enamel and gum health.

So give your gums a gift this Christmas, and try out our all-natural support for improved gum health and see what a difference it makes to your oral health. 

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