Do people back away from you when you talk, or has someone told you that you have bad breath. If so, try these simple measures.
Causes: Gum disease, poor dental hygiene, tonsilitis, excessive catarrh (post nasal drip or respiratory), smoking, mouth breathing, sinus infection, abscessed tooth, coffee, digestive disorders or liver disorder.
- 1 - Water - a quick rinse with a glass of water can help to shift bacteria between the teeth.
- 2 - Tongue - vigorously rub the tongue over the teeth and remove the protein fermenting bacteria that are sitting there.
Tincture of cloves - add a few drops into some water and allow to wash over the mouth and spit it out.
Tincture of myrrh - one of natures finest anti-bacterial agents. Add a few drops to water to make a gargle. Useful for mouth ulcers and tonsilitis.
Eucalytpus oil - useful for blockage of the respiratory channel and an aid for sinusitis.
B-complex. VItamin C and bioflavonoids(1000mg)