Baikal skullcap fights off bad bacteria in the body

Fighting bad bacteria.

It can naturally kill bad bacteria in the mouth and organs

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Baikal skullcap fights off bad bacteria in the body

The major cause of death and disease is bacteria.

Sure, other well-known health problems weaken the body and allow bacteria to poison us — but in the end it’s usually the bacteria that gets us.

Most of the bacterial threat comes from the gastrointestinal tract.

These days, people are more aware of the problems caused by leaking gut bacteria.

But many people are unaware that the mouth can be a major cause of bacterial disease.

Bacteria from the mouth are now strongly implicated in dementia and cardiovascular disease.

The first stage of bacterial problems in the mouth is called gingivitis, then comes periodontitis.

Both conditions can be treated, but common treatments are invasive, expensive, and usually quite toxic.

Luckily, there are some age-old herbal remedies with scientific backing, including Scutellaria baicalensis — the Baikal skullcap.

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The human study was carried out at the Department of Periodontology, Philipps-University, Marburg, Germany.

The results were published in Clinical Oral Investigations.

Gingivitis is characterised by bacteria and inflammation.

Usually treatments for this disease are focused on killing bacteria.

But addressing the inflammation could also help natural recovery of the tissue, protecting it from the bacteria.

Researchers at the University of Marburg were working on anti-inflammatory solutions to gingivitis.

“We evaluated the clinical and antibacterial effect of a toothpaste containing an anti-inflammatory plant extract in a gingivitis model.”

They decided to test the effect of a well-known anti-inflammatory plant on gingivitis.

For the experiment, the researchers recruited 40 people. The people were split into two different groups.

During the experiment, the participants had a shield covering placed over four of the teeth.

“Forty subjects (20 per group) discontinued all oral hygiene measures for four teeth for a period of 21 days using a shield (to generate a possible gingivitis) while they could brush the other teeth normally.”

The four covered teeth were brushed with either the anti-inflammatory experimental toothpaste or a placebo toothpaste.

The experimental, anti-inflammatory toothpaste contains extracts from Baikal skullcap.

The experiment ran for three weeks. At the end of the experiment the participants had dental examinations carried out.

The dental examinations looked at the development of gingivitis, plaque, and bacterial biofilm.

The Baikal skullcap toothpaste significantly inhibited gingivitis.

“The gingival index in the inflammatory plant extract group was significantly reduced compared to the placebo group.”

The scores on the gingivitis scale were 50% lower (better) in the people using the herbal toothpaste at week 3.

It was also an effective antibiotic.

Both plaque and biofilm were also significantly decreased in people using Baikal skullcap toothpaste.

“Plaque index was significantly reduced at all follow-up appointments and reductions in biofilm reached the level of significance at day 21.”

Baikal skullcap was shown to be effective at reducing gingivitis. 

“The results suggest that the new toothpaste formulation was able to significantly reduce the extent of gingivitis, plaque development, and vital flora.”

Gingivitis is an early stage of gum disease. Later on, it develops into periodontitis.

Both of these gum diseases are now strongly linked to other, more serious diseases — including dementia and cardiovascular disease.

Bacteria from the mouth — and systemic inflammation from the infection — combine to infiltrate the brain or heart, causing serious health problems.

Herbal remedies like Baikal skullcap can be a great option for reducing gum disease. 

They often work and sidestep the toxicity of some dental treatments.

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Clinical and antibacterial effect of an anti-inflammatory toothpaste formulation with Scutellaria baicalensis extract on experimental gingivitis. 



Clinical and antibacterial effect of an anti-inflammatory toothpaste formulation with Scutellaria baicalensis extract on experimental gingivitis.