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What I Do For Bad Breath


Author: Mir-Yam S.
Skill: Reiki Practitioner
Date: 08-16-2004
Views: 6,576
Word Count: 158
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 271-OR
Brand Neutral: Yes
Scientific Studies: 1

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Have you read the label on the breath freshener papers? Aside from all of the chemicals listed there is also SUCRALOSE - look up that ingredient, for sure. So, what is a person to do when confronted with close conversations in a group or just that taste from not speaking, during a class for example, when the mouth stays closed for a long time?

Into a preferably glass spray bottle put about 3 ounces of distilled or spring water and then add drops of Young Living Peppermint to taste. Carry it in pocket or purse and use as needed.

My recipe is about 10 drops per ounce which is a bit strong but my tonsils are questionable and the Peppermint not only tasts great, it freshens my breath, relieves my sore throat and also staves off hunger pangs. Those first sprits into the mouth can be a bit "W-H-O-A!" so start out with a mild recipe of your own.


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Supporting Scientific Study
bad-breath-(Halitosis) - Study 1: "[Oil pulling] would benefit the general population by giving more confidence in the ancient practices, thus preventing tooth decay and loss." Study 2: "Oil pulling therapy has been equally effective like chlorhexidine on halitosis and organisms, associated with halitosis." Study 3: "The oil pulling therapy showed a reduction in the plaque index, modified gingival scores, and total colony count of aerobic microorganisms in the plaque of adolescents with plaque-induced gingivitis." Study 4: "Oil pulling can be used as an effective preventive adjunct in maintaining and improving oral health." Study 5: "The myth that the effect of oil-pulling therapy on oral health was just a placebo effect has been broken, and there are clear indications of possible saponification and emulsification process, which enhances its mechanical cleaning action."Link

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