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What are the different homeopathic remedies for bad breath? – Part 2

• Bad breath is an embarrassing problem.
• An unusual breath odor may be a sign of illness.
• Bad breath is medically termed halitosis.
• It is usually related to poor oral hygiene or poor digestion, sometimes both.

Other following pointers are:
• Correct oral hygiene
• Clearing saliva
• Clearing nasal secretions
• Clearing the throat
• Regular dental checkups
• Checkups for filling pockets or erosions
• Avoiding dental problems
• Keep hydrated to prevent dry mouth
• Wash away food particles
• Use tongue scraper

• Cigarettes
• Chewing tobacco
• Other stimulants
• Dairy products
• Garlic
• Onions
• Chocolates
• Other sweets

Underlying health conditions that can be a reason for bad breadth:
• Sinuses
• Nasal obstruction
• Lung issues
• Diabetes
• Infections
• Allergies
• Metabolic diseases
• Ketone bodies

Temporary treatments for bad breath:
• Cleansers
• Pastes
• Mouthwash
• Mouth deodorants
• Tongue scrapers
• Chewing gum
• Cloves
• Camphor
• Cardamom
• Green pudina leaves
• Guava leaves
• Betel leaves

Other Homeopathic remedies for bad breath most commonly used are:
• Asafoetida
• Baptisia
• Baryta mur
• Benzoic acid
• Bromium
• Calc carb
• Carbolic acid
• Carbo animalis
• Carbo veg
• Crot – hor
• Graphites
• Hepa sulf
• Kali sulp
• Merc sol
• Nat sulp
• Nit acid
• Opium
• Plantago
• Psorinum
• Pulsatilla
• Rhus tox
• Sepia
• Silicea
• Staphysagria
• Sulphur
• Tarentula
• Tellurium
• Thuja
• Tuberculinum

General Remedies for Bad Breath

• Take an acidophilus and bifid bacteria supplement daily. This establishes and maintains favorable intestinal flora and healthy digestion.
• If you are allergic to milk, select a dairy-free product.
• Chlorophyll tablets help freshen the breath. This is because they have a cleansing effect in the intestines.
• Take a chlorophyll supplement, after each meal and again at bedtime. Try supplementing your diet with digestive enzymes.
• There are a number of over-the-counter products available that use natural enzymes—bromelain (from pineapple) or papain (from papaya). Follow the dosage directions on the product label.
• Bad breath is a result of poor stomach function. To strengthen the gastrointestinal tract, try taking duodenal extract with vitamin A.
• Choose an herbal-based toothpaste or tooth powder formulated without sugar.
• Merfluan is a baking-soda-based tooth powder that is very popular in Europe. It comes in several different flavors.
• The Chinese patent medicine is a cabbage extract that helps to heal and strengthen the stomach lining.
• Chew on a small sprig of parsley to freshen your breath. Parsley is rich in the natural deodorizer chlorophyll. It also sweetens the digestive tract.
• If bad breath is accompanied by upset stomach, diarrhea, constipation, or a lot of burping then sipping a cup of peppermint tea after meals should help to ease digestion.
• Try taking a cup of ginger tea twice a day, with meals, to enhance digestion.
• Make a fine powder of clove ,ginger and boil it in water to one and half and take this liquid five times every day for gargling.
• Apple Cider Vinegar has recently been used as an effective mouthwash. Simply dilute 1/2 tablespoon of the vinegar into a glass of water and gargle it in your mouth for 10 seconds at a time.

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