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A RESEARCH ON: FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL MOUTHWASH

Swati A. Telmore*, Ashwini M. Khiratkar and Vijay M. Waghulkar

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The goal of the current effort is to create and assess herbal mouthwash in order to determine its efficacy in reducing oral cavity bacteria burden. The plant materials were gathered, and water-soluble bile components were removed. Due to their antiviral and antibacterial action against human pathogens, medicinal plants have a significant impact on both the treatment and prevention of diseases. Dental caries and periodontal diseases, which can occur at various phases of a person's life, are the most often occurring infectious illnesses caused by several pathogens and microorganisms. Mouthwash can help fight tooth decay and prevent cavities in addition to fighting plaque and gingivitis and freshening breath. Your oral health can be significantly improved by mouthwash. It can assist with breath freshening, plaque removal, and lowering the risk of developing cavities and gum disease. The current research aims to develop a method and assess its efficacy against oral cavity microorganisms. These herbal mouthwashes contain natural extracts that are derived from diverse plant leaves, fruits, seeds, and tree oils. The four herbs Mentha longifolia (mint), Syzgium aromaticum (clove), Azadirecta indica (neem), and Ocimum sanctum (tulsi) were chosen for mouthwash and the prepared formulation's physical characteristics, including pH, color, and stability, were also assessed. The mouthwash we use now has good antibacterial properties. This preparation remains stable at various temperatures. The mouthwash we use nowadays is a liquid preparation that typically has antibacterial and antiseptic ingredients.

Keywords: Mouthwash, herbal, antimicrobial, natural extracts, maintenance of plaque, infectious diseases.


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