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Home Remedies for Bad Breath, Natural Mouthwash



Halitosis which is commonly known as bad breath can make an embarrassing situation for you in any social gathering. Normally it stinks just as a rotten meat or spoiled eggs. This is a horrible smell that is caused by bad bacteria staying in your mouth.

There are various home remedies which you can use to get rid of bad breath. Keeping in view the fact that, your main objective should be of cleaning your oral area frequently. So do avoid all such food items which are not good in nature and socially not assumed to be ethical in any way, such as heavy drinking and smoking. Try to stay away from all such things. Following of under-mentioned home remedies can get rid of bad breath very effectively.

Use Home Mouthwashes

Mint as mouthwash

In order to avoid bad breath, the habit of using a mouthwash just after having meal is very helpful. Now, which mouthwash is good to treat, yes for that you don't need to search in a super market, this mouthwash is in your fridge and you do use in almost every meal. It is mint leaves.

After every meal, all you need to do is take a leaf and chew it; your bad breath will convert in to a minty aroma which will give a perfect look to your personality.

Coriander leaves mouthwash

For curing bad breath you can easily make this mouthwash at home. All you need coriander leaves and have them boiled in water. After boiling now rinse this water through net in a bottle. Save the extracted water. Now you can regularly use this water, just as you do use any other mouthwash.

Aloe Vera mouthwash



You can also make aloe Vera mouthwash at your home which happen to be very simple and also less time consuming. Simply mix honey with aloe Vera in same quantity and gradually add up water in the end. When it becomes liquid just put it in any bottle and use it as a mouthwash, it amazingly helps you cure your bad breath and smell.

Fresh Your Mouth by Natural Mouth Freshener

Clove and cardamom are the perfect natural and exceptional mouth-freshener and you can use both of them on regular basis. The use of both will give you confidence because you are guaranteed for getting rid of bad smells. You can easily fit cloves or cardamoms in any corner of the mouth so they can easily be munched for keeping bad breath away from your mouth.

Use lemons

Using lemon for getting rid of bad breath is also very common. The method of using this home remedy is very simple just drink one or two glasses of fresh lemonade and your bad breath will be totally gone.

Use herbal toothpaste

Use herbal toothpaste as an alternative of your normal toothpaste that includes Neem extract in it. Neem leaves do contain some amazing features such as stem of Neem yield a persistent gum and seeds capitulates sweet-smelling oil. And when you use toothpaste with Neem extracts you will have a breath with sweet smell.





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