2021, Vol. 7 Issue 3, Part B
Dental herbs: Ethomedicinal plants in dentistry
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Jagriti Yadav, Dr. Pradeep Tangade, Dr. Ankita Jain, Dr. Priya Agrahari and Dr. Vaishali Chaudhary
ABSTRACT:Countless research have indicated that spices and herbs can be used for the remedial purposes and also the long times used in correlative & substitute therapy. Apparently it is most supernatural therapies feasible on our earth nowadays. Herbs used in dentistry to reduce swelling and healing as controlling microbial plaque agent in gingivitis and periodontitis to maintain healthy oral environment. Herbs have been used to prevent and treat disease for millennia. Herbal extracts work because they interact with certain chemical receptors in the body, and they are, in a pharmacotherapetic sense, medications. Patients have avoided many of the negative effects associated with traditional pharmaceuticals by exploit herbal remedies, but this does not mean that side effects do not occur. In every culture herbal medicines had been considered regularly nowadays. The most significant challenge and issue is a lack of knowledge about the effect of herbs on oral tissues, their mechanisms of action, and their adverse effects. Herbs are the source of a number of well-known conventional medications. Herbal medicines have dramatically fewer side effects and are safer to use than conventional drugs. Bloodroot, Caraway, Chamomile, Echinacea, Myrrh, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme Thyme, Aloe Vera, Propolis.
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