While some of these bad breath remedies that I am going to list in just a moment will help some. There is no magic formula that is going to be all things to all people.
Just as everyone cannot drive the same car, or stomach the same food, bad breath remedies and solutions may be terrific for some whilst it may not yield the kind of results expected for others.
The one magic formula is…
Talk to your periodontist or your dental hygienist. That’s the real surefire way to find out exactly what is the source of your bad breath problem.
However, here’s a list of known bad breath remedies that you can get hold of that may just do the trick for you
Baking Soda Brushing
Brushing your teeth with baking soda or hydrogen peroxide toothpaste helps create an environment in your mouth that makes it more difficult for the anaerobic bacteria to grow and release those foul odors.
Acidophilus and Bifidus
Helps to control the impurities in your body, stabilizes the digestive system eliminating the many types of problems in your stool, such as constipation and diarrhea.
There are times when bad breath is not from oral hygiene, so the next place to naturally look is where our food goes after it’s been eaten.
Hydrogen Peroxide Rinse
Using hydrogen peroxide as a mouth washing agent has been helpful to many due to the oxidizing and anti-microbial properties it contains.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of hydrogen peroxide as a mouthwash in very low concentration.
Cloves are a good way to get rid of bad breath naturally. Cloves also have strong anti-septic that prevents the growth of microorganisms.
Cloves can be chewed and used as a mouthwash as well. Used daily these little gems prevent a lot of the sulfur-producing bacteria that can ruin the quality of breath you want.
Chewing anise can kill many of the bacteria that can cause bad breath. Making your breath smell fresh all day naturally.
Tea Tree Oil Extract
Tea tree oil has powerful anti-microbial properties, literally gets down to the bacterial, or fungal source and kills it period. Derived from the Australian Melaleuca, known to have a strong aroma.
Used as a paste to help with daily oral hygiene, it can be a very effective ally when getting rid of the bacteria that can cause bad breath
THERAPEUTIC BAD BREATH REMEDIES
If you are having trouble with a metallic or sour/bitter taste, sprinkle some baking soda on the bristles of your toothbrush, then apply toothpaste and brush. The baking soda helps neutralize any excess acids in your mouth.
Therabreath Oral Rinse
The rinse uses the odor-obliterating power of OXYD-8 to fight bad breath and sour/bitter/metallic tastes.
Profresh Mouth Rinse
Highly Effective at neutralizing sulfur gases that are produced by bacteria, as well as being safe and totally non-toxic
As was mentioned earlier before you can be totally effective at eliminating bad breath, it is strongly recommended that you see a dental hygienist or periodontist. Here’s to your fresh breath!