Studies show that 40% of the population suffers at least once in a lifetime of halitosis ( or simply said: bad breath). In most of the cases, bad breath origins are in the mouth. Its intensity varies throughout the day, depending on food intake, smoking and alcohol consumption that are also decisive factors.
Halitosis (bad breath) can be fought successfully through herbal preparations. It’s very unpleasant to confront with bad breath. At work, meetings, parties etc. you have to socialize and speak to people and you always need to have a fresh breath. In this article you will find natural remedies for bad breath.
An old quote says that it is easier to prevent, that to combat. So, to avoid the bad breath problem, it is important to follow some basic rules in oral hygiene. Regular tooth brushing at least two times a day, brushing the tongue, flossing (floss) and mouthwash are the essential steps in maintaining oral health.
Natural remedies for bad breath
Plant mixture for internal use: Cumin fruits (20 g), eucalyptus leaves (20 g), fennel fruit (20 g), bay leaves (20 g), peppermint leaves (30 g), anise fruit(30 g). How to prepare: Keep all the mixture ( dried and ground) in a 1 liter of red wine and 200 ml of alcohol ( 70 degrees) for 10 days. Drink every day 3 small glasses of this mixture.
Nuts: Mix 3 nut leave with 250 ml of water. Boil 5 minutes. Rinse your mouth with this mixture after every meal.
Rosemary: Repeat the same procedure as with nut leaves, but use 1 tablespoon of rosemary leaves.
Thyme: Mix 2 tablespoon of thyme with 250 ml of water and boil for 5-10 minutes. Leave the mixture to infuse for 15 minutes. Rinse your mouth after every meal with this mixture.
Plant mixture for external use: Yarrow flowers (15 g), calamus rhizomes (10g), chamomile flowers (10 g) and fenugreek fruit(10 g). Prepare a tea and rinse your mouth after every meal.