Here are tips to help alleviate bad breath:
1. Brush regular - We know this drill all so well. Brush teeth twice a day, after meals, floss, and gargle with an anesthetic mouthwash.
2. Drink lots of water- Water help keep you mouth clean and free of odor. If you will not be brushing after each meal at least swish water in you mouth to remove the food particulars.
3. Cleans you tongue- Bacteria lingers on the tongue also, brushing you tongue lightly helps to rid you of bad breath too.
4. Drink or eat food that contain probiotics such as yogurt, fermented milk. The bacteria already present in these products make it difficult for other bacteria to grow.
5. Sweet tooth- The same bacteria that cause tooth decay can help with bad breath.
Try simple home herbal remedies to fight bad breath like chewing on parsley, mint leaves, dill seeds, and fresh pine leaves.
Have you ever tried any of these home remedies?
Sometimes there might be underlying problems that is causing your bad breath to seems to never go away. A lot of time it could be because of a poor digestion system.There is a herbal remedy to you can make to help support your digestion system.
- Cardamom seeds can be brought at Amazon
- Dandelion roots bulk can be purchased at Vitaminlife
- Fennel seeds can be brought at Indian/Pakistani grocery stores. Might want check for a online mail order.
- Ginger roots can purchase at most local supermarkets.
Boil the dandelion and ginger roots in 1 1/2 pints of water for about 10 minutes. Reduce to 1 pint. Add the fennel and caradmom seed, cover and boil for 10 more minutes. Used only 1 oz of the total herbs to make the decoction. Drink up to 3 cups daily.
Or you can purchase something like Gastro Aid Tablets used to fight digestive disorders and Triphala from herbs stores or health foods stores. Be sure to check with the workers for they might be able to recommend some herbal medicine for the digestive system.
Good luck...Remember when you breath and digestive system is healthy your whole body is healthy.
The information here should not be considered medical advice, and you should always consult a physician.