Vol. 6, Special Issue 1 (2017)
Formulation of herbal mouthrinse for halitosis
Author(s): Dr. Priya Mishra, Priya Verma Dileep K Tiwari and Ashu Malik
Abstract: Epidemiological studies showed that the mouth contains a wide variety of oral bacteria but only a few species of bacteria are believed to cause dental caries. Herbs are being widely explored to discover alternatives to synthetic antibacterial agents that results in dental erosion. The study was to assess the chemical properties, storage stability and microbial load of formulated herbal based mouthrinse blended with aloe vera, clove extract, mint leaves, baking soda and menthol. chemical analysis of pH and acidity revealed that sample T2 has pH range of 6.58 and titrable acidity was 3.2%,microbiological tests revealed that microbial load of all the three variants was less than the maximum limit of colony forming units and is depicted that sample T2 showed less total plate counts in 0 day,5 day,7 day,10 day,15 day.i.e.0,172.3,183.6,198.6,220 respectively, as compared to other variants of mouthrinse, the findings revealed that purely aloe based mouth rinse was highly acceptable regarding all the phases of attributes and could be recommended for the person’s suffering from dental erosions, halitosis etc.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Priya Mishra, Priya Verma Dileep K Tiwari and Ashu Malik. Formulation of herbal mouthrinse for halitosis. 2017; 6(6S): 443-444.