Bad Breeth – Some Useful Tips

  • Ingredients: honey and fresh squeezed lemon juice

 Instructions: In the morning and at night before bed take the juice of one fresh squeezed lemon and mix with a little honey to taste and drink. Besides the absence of bad breath, you will also notice that you will feel more energized and rejuvenated. For extra punch, may also add cinnamon or cayenne powder.

 

  • INGREDIENTS: Parsley OR your doctor!

 INSTRUCTIONS: If all else fails, go to the doctor. I had really bad breath, and it was because I had a tumor. Upset stomach, foods eaten, tooth decay, and real illness are all expressed in your breath. Parsley (chewed fresh)works if it’s upset stomach or food. The rest require medical intervention.

 

  • INGREDIENTS: Parsley

 INSTRUCTIONS: Chewing parsley totally relieves bad breath. Its an old remedy, but was forgotten with the invention of gum/mints/etc. Why do
you think they put it on your plate at restaurants?!? Carry some in a baggy in your purse/pocket.

 

  • Ingredients: Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2),Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate),Salt, Water (Preferably Purified), Tongue scraper

 Instructions: Mix one part water with one part peroxide. You can find peroxide in every pharmacy Add a pinch of salt and a pinch of baking soda so that it is not very salty but you can still taste the salt. This is your mouth wash. You can add some essential oil or peppermint for taste but it is not necessary Scrape your tongue with the tongue scraper or brush it with a tooth brush. Don’t brush too hard!! Then swish and gargle with the mouthwash you made above for a couple of minutes. Repeat twice per day or as needed. You will never have to buy mouthwash again.

 

  • Ingredients: Mint leaves

 Instructions: Chew on mint leaves and your breathe will be fresh. This is an Austrian thing.

 

  • Ingredients: baking soda, water

 Instructions: mix baking soda in a cup of water then gargle with it

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