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H-Gum Gum Massage Powder

Healthy gums – strong teeth
 

Composition: powder

Ingredients

Botanical name

Shuddha Sphatika

Potash alum               

Bakula

Mimusops elengi                 

Khadira

Acacia catechu

Triphala*

 

Nimba

Azadirachta indica

Maricha

Piper nigrum

Karpura

Cinnamomum camphora

Saindhava Lavana

Potassium chloride

Lavanga

Syzygium aromaticum

Vidanga

Embelia ribes

Twak

Cinnamomum zeylanicum

* Combination of:

Haritaki     Terminalia chebula

Vibhitaki    Terminalia belerica

Amalaki     Emblica officinalis

Indication
Direction of Use
Feature
References
Presentation
Testimonial

For Complete Gum care of gums in recurring gum problems such as:
• Gingivitis
• Periodontitis
• Spongy & inflamed- gums
As a Prophylactic in gum complication in diabetic patients

The Gums should be massaged with adequate amount of powder with the help of index finger.

• Micro fine smooth powder
• Improves circulation of gums
• Improves gingival health of smokers & tobacco users

Alum:
Alum is employed in dental practice as a styptic in alveolar hemorrhage; as a gargle in stomatitis, ulceration, and sponginess of the gums, morbid or fungous growth of gums, dental pulp, etc.
(“Dental Medicine. A Manual Of Dental Materia Medica And Therapeutics”, by Ferdinand J. S. Gorgas)
Mimusops elengi:
In the Philippines, Tavera reports that the trunk is astringent, and in decoction, is given by mouth for fevers and diarrhea. Locally it is used as an injection for blenorrhea, as a gargle for sore throat or relaxed uvula, and as a mouthwash to harden the gums.
(http://www.bpi.da.gov.ph/ Publications/mp/pdf/k/kabiki.pdf.)

The bark in infusion or decoction is useful as a gargle in salivation in diseases of the gums and teeth, and to strengthen them.
(Dr.K.M.Nadakarni’s Indian Materia Medica )
Embelia ribes:
Embelin, a benzoquinone-derivative isolated from Embelia ribes, when tested for its antibacterial potential exhibited significant inhibition against five and moderate activity against three strains of the 12 bacteria tested.
(M. Chitra, C. S. Shyamala Devi & E. Sukumar Central Research Institute for Siddha (CCRAS), Arumbakkam, Chennai)

Azadirachta indica:
The Neem Tooth stick, a small stem piece with bark, shows anti-bacterial, antiseptic, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory activity. It contains phyto chemicals like nimbin, nimbosterol, essential oils, steroids, coumarin, hydrocarbons, sulfur compounds, phenolics, flavonoids, flavonoglycosides, tannins & margosin.
(www.neemfoundation.org)

40g Container Pack.

“I have been prescribing H-Gum, Gum massage powder since 2011, I got appreciable results from the product.”
– Dr. Harish K.S. B.D.S., F.A.G.E.
Hegde dental clinic, peenya, Bangalore