Learn how to Remove Plaque at Home Naturally

We know that plaque is a nasty buildup on your teeth that can be really difficult to manage. Here we will show you how to remove the plaque in your home naturally.

Plaque is a sticky, soft film that contains millions of bacteria and builds up on the teeth. That bacteria can cause gum disease and tooth decay if they are not regularly removed through flossing and brushing. When you eat that bacteria in the plaque uses the sugars from the food in order to produce acids that can easily eat away at tooth enamel. The repeated attacks can cause enamel to break down and can probably result in a cavity.

Plaque is without color and very difficult to see. The heavy plaque deposits can be easily seen and can might look like a thick white deposit of food that is stuck between the teeth. It is continually growing in your mouth that leads to tartar build up and the best way to prevent this is to floss and brush every day. Here we will present you a few home remedies that will help you to remove the plaque at home if you are one of those people who don’t want to go to the dentist.


Recipe 1


  • Water
  • 15 g walnut shell

Put the walnut shell together with the water in a pot and boil it for 15 minutes. Take your toothbrush and dip your toothbrush into the water and then brush the teeth for 5 minutes. Repeat this process 3 times a day.

Recipe 2


  • 2 teaspoons lime flower
  • 2 teaspoons sunflower seeds
  • ½ liter of water

Add the lime flower and the sunflower seeds in a bowl and add the water, then simmer for 30 minutes. Brush your teeth with this mixture after every meal.

Recipe 3


  • 2 deciliter fermented wine
  • 1 ½ tablespoons mountain wormwood leaves

Pour the fermented wine over the leaves and cover the bowl for 2 hours. After 2 hours, strain the mixture and brush the teeth.

Recipe 4

The apple cider vinegar is an excellent remedy for removing plaque. Swish the apple cider vinegar in the mouth and then scrub the teeth with it. After using the apple cider vinegar, rinse the mouth out with water.

Source: Organic Health