How to Treat Halitosis With Natural Remedies
Eat an apple a day. It gets rid of bacteria buildup in your mouth.
Consume vitamin C rich foods, like oranges, which can help you avoid halitosis.
Eat plain yogurt for a month. It is very effective is getting rid of halitosis and aids in improved digestion.
Drink a cup of hot peppermint tea after each meal.
Keep a spring of parsley close by whenever you eat. Chew it following your meals. It helps freshen up your breath and eliminates strong mouth odors.
Take liquid chlorophyll. Put 1 tbsp. in a glass of water 2 to 3 times each day. If the taste is too unpleasant for you, then put the 1 tbsp. of chlorophyll in sugar-free juice instead.
Put lemon and ginger juice in a glass of warm water and gargle with it daily.
Put a little baking soda in a cup of warm water. It also makes a good gargle to help diminish your halitosis.
Consider going on a raw food diet for five days. A raw food diet consists of whole, unprocessed foods, such as fresh vegetables and fruits, fresh juices without sugar added, beans, nuts and grains. It takes a certain degree of discipline to do this and you should consult your doctor before going on a raw foods diet if you are being treated for any serious illnesses.
Improve your dental hygiene habits. Change your toothbrush monthly, as it tends to retain bacteria. Brush your teeth and scrape your tongue after each meal.