Are you suffering from Toothpaste Allergy and want to cure it fast? Don’t worry. You are at the right place now. Please proceed below to know how it will be done.
Allergies are the most commonly occurring chronic conditions. There are various types of allergies such as pollen allergies, drug allergies, food allergies, etc. These are the most common types of allergies but have you heard about Toothpaste Allergy? It is not a common type of allergy but it can occur.
When the immune system overreacts to a usually harmless substance such as food, medicine, fragrance, chemicals, etc., a person develops an allergy for that particular substance.
What are the Causes of Toothpaste Allergy?
Some of the potential allergens in toothpaste that are the causes of Toothpaste Allergy are:
- Flavoring agents like Balsam of Peru
- Cinnamic aldehyde
What are the Symptoms of Toothpaste Allergy?
The signs of a toothpaste allergy can vary based on the ingredients it contains.
- The most common symptom of toothpaste allergy is to develop a case of sniffles each time you brush your teeth.
- Another symptom of toothpaste allergy is a severe form of chapped lips which is known as cheilitis. It is accompanied by a rash around the mouth.
What is the Treatment of Toothpaste Allergy by IAFA?
IAFA works on the principles of Ayurveda for the treatment of various kinds of allergies. In Ayurveda, various poisonous oral hygienic agents have been described according to which if the cleaning aid is poisoned and is used for cleaning, it will cause swelling of the tongue, gums as well as lips.
Dr. Gupta’s IAFA is well-oriented in the successful management of minor allergies such as toothpaste allergies. IAFA is the leading institute that offers the best treatment of various allergic ailments including toothpaste allergy. Herbal Remedies offered by IAFA for the treatment of Toothpaste Allergy are:
1. IAFA Aam Visha Balance Tablet
Aam Visha Tablet by IAFA is a unique herbal preparation that is developed under good quality conditions which is useful in every type of Pitta roga classified in Ayurveda. It is a blend of various minerals which have been used in Ayurveda since ages for balancing the digestive fire and eliminating Ama Visha (toxins) from the body. ingredients of Aam Visha Balance Tablet are: Kamdudha Ras, Giloy Satv, Akik Pishti (Agate Calcium), Praval Pishti (Coral Calcium), Jahar Mohra Pishti (Ayurvedic Calcium Compound), Godanti Bhasam, Mukta Pishti (pearl), Shankh Bhasam (conch shell) and Kapardarak Bhasam.
Dose: Take 1-2 tablets twice a day 1 hour after food.
2. Pitpapra Capsules or Swaras
Both Pitpapra Capsules and Swaras are highly effective in the treatment of toothpaste allergy. Patient can choose either of these according to his convenience.
Pitpapra Capsules by IAFA contain the pure extract of Pitpapra Panchang (Fumaria indica).
Pitpapra Swaras of IAFA are prepared from Pitpapra Panchang Juice (Fumaria indica). Both are highly effective in balancing Pitta dosha and correcting the digestive fire.
Method of Usage of Pitpapra Swaras: Take 30-60 ml twice a day.
Dosage of Pitpapra Capsules: Take 1-2 capsules twice a day.
3. Shirish Chaal Powder
Shirish Chaal powder is advised for oil pulling. Oil pulling involves swishing a kind of edible oil in the mouth for a couple of minutes and then spitting it out. This ancient cleaning method is known to remove bacteria and other microorganisms. It also helps in detoxifying the body’s lymph nodes and glands. Oil pulling is a part of Ayurvedic dental care regime.
For toothpaste allergy, oil pulling with Shirish Chaal powder is quite effective. Shirish (Albizia lebbeck) is one among the detoxifying herbs. The stem bark of Shirish is used for medicinal purposes. The herb is used for both internal and external medication.
The powder of Shirish is used for oil pulling as it prevents several disorders of the buccal cavity.
Thus, IAFA offers natural and safe herbal solutions for toothpaste allergy fast. Book an appointment to consult now.