No Need To Suffer From Bad Breath

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Bad Breath

Having halitosis is like the big elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about to the person who is suffering from it, but will talk to others about it.

 Did you know that 30% of the population suffers from Halitosis? Halitosis isn’t life threatening, but can be the cause of low self-esteem or the inability to socialize. It could be preventing you from landing that perfect job, or developing a closer relationship with someone or even be the cause of negative gossip discussions.


The Cause(s)

There are many contributing causes of bad breath from, poor dental hygiene, inflammation of the gums, cavities, food getting trapped in between teeth, gum disease, digestive issues, intestinal issues, infections and diabetes. As you can see there are a sundry of causes that will allow bacteria to live in your mouth and wreak havoc.

 Natural Remedies


  • Brush with baking soda and peroxide.
  • Drink plenty of water and rinse in between meals.
  • Prepare a jar with a cup of distilled water, paste table spoon of coconut oil, 10 drops of tea tree oil, 6 drops of peppermint oil, 1 tablespoon of baking soda, cover jar and give it a good shake. Swish in your mouth for 30 seconds or more and then spit out. (don’t swallow), Stay away from mouth washes that use alcohol as an ingredient.
  • Eat parsley, mint or cilantro to help deodorize your body from with in.
  • Chew on fennel seeds through out the day to freshen up breath.
  • Make an appointment for a colonic to help cleanse your colon.
  • Eat fermented food or take a probiotic supplement to restore good bacteria to your gut.
  • Maintain regular dental check ups.

Why The Oral Care Line-Up

  • Tea Tree Oil: Is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and should be used as one of your arsenal in fighting bad breath.
  • Peppermint Oil: Is anti-microbial and is effective in fighting against bacteria.
  • Baking Soda: Is great for neutralizing odor and help combat bad breath.
  • Fennel Seeds: Is anti-septic and is great to be a part of your everyday oral care.

 Most Importantly

With persistence, care and great oral hygiene you can stop bad breath and gain the confidence that you need.

*Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking any supplements and essential oils. These remedies have not been approved by the FDA.

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