Fruit-Based Rinse Helps Control Mouth Infections
One of the lesser-known remedies for minor mouth infections is a mouthwash, or rinse of sorts, made from peach pit tea. The fruit-based solution won’t irritate the gums when they are infected; and apparently it helps control the spread. As a rinse, the tea is mild enough to use a few times each day.
Having a proper morning and evening mouth / teeth brushing routine is foundational in the prevention of mouth infections. Boosting your immune system will also help in fighting off problems in the body. Allowing the immune system to ward off bad bacterias that cause infections in the first place!
PEACH PIT TEA RECIPE
The first thing you need to make Peach Pit Tea is to have actual peach pits.
1. Rinse the pits under cold water removing as much as the pulp as possible.
2. Soak the pits in boiling water for about 5 minutes
3. Spread the pits on a cookie sheet and bake in a 250 degree oven for about 1 hour
Preparing the tea
When you are ready to make tea, use one pit with about one cup water.
Bring to a boil and let the pits steep for 10 15 minutes. Add ginger, cinnamon or honey as desired to flavor the tea. I
The pits can be reused about three times each.