Tips for a fresh breath

Here are some natural tips that will help get rid of halitosis:

Drink plenty of water throughout the day to maintain the freshness and cleanliness. Fresh lemon juice, and water helps to detoxify the body.

Brush your teeth after every meal or, if this is not possible, twice daily, morning and evening. Between meals, rinse your mouth with fresh water. Toothbrush should be changed monthly.

Market offers lots of varieties of toothpaste and oral care products. Choose a type that you particularly like.

Reduce consumption of spicy foods and hot pepper cheese, mackerel, tuna or fatty meats such as pastrami and salami – oils contained in this products smells a very long time. Give up the consumption of beverages and liquids that have a strong odor or flavor, since they persist longer in the mouth. Drink plenty of water and more milk, but reduce consumption of soda or alcohol. It is also important to give up sweets.

Halitosis can be caused by an internal disorder. Sometimes bad breath is “superficial”, being caused by existing bacteria on the surface of teeth and tongue, but can often be the result of poor digestion. To get rid of this problem eat yogurt every day. The bacteria in yogurt will help the digestion process and will remove all traces of bad breath quickly generated from within.

Mix one teaspoon of honey and cinnamon powder into a cup filled with hot water, every morning, do gargle with this solution. Your breath will remain fresh throughout the day!

Eat carrots, celery and apples, which clean teeth and maintain fresh breath. Chewing rye seeds (fennel), anise or cloves, for a pleasant smell of the entire mouths .

Peppermint, rosemary and sage are ideal in fighting bad breath – however, be cautious regarding the use of sage, especially if you suffer from epilepsy. Otherwise, rinse your mouth with sage tea several times a day.
Propolis has antibacterial action, is very effective in terms of combating halitosis and maintaining good health of the gums.


If none of the methods mentioned above do not work in your case, and halitosis persists, you should call the doctor because, in some rare cases, bad smelling breath can be a symptom of more serious diseases.

Regular visits to your dentist are absolutely required to treat some cavities that may be responsible for the appearance of halitosis.

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