Herbs for Bad Breath


What is bad breath?

More than 20 million people are suffering from bad breath (chronic halitosis in medical terms). In most of the cases it starts due to problems in gums and tongue. Bacteria causes odour in the mouth and this occurred from the decomposed food particles and other debris in ones mouth and poor oral hygiene. The decay and debris create a sulphur compound, which causes an obnoxious odour.

Herbal cure of bad breath

Bad breath herbal remedy is prescribed by a number of doctors all over the world. Chronic halitosis can be caused by some medical conditions such as esophageal reflux and hiatal hernia; it may come from oral sources: cavities, gum diseases, and coatings on the tongue. The irregular surface of the tongue creates an ideal environment for bacteria to conceal and reproduce. A lot of people think that a bad breath herbal remedy is a superior, healthier form of treatment than other unnatural substances often used to treat the problem. Herbs are Nature's medicine, so our body is better prepared to accept it. Herbs come from plants, which are found in nature. There is no side effect of this treatment therapy.

Herbs dealing with this disease

Parsley not only spices up our meals but it is also a bad breath remedy. Parsley is a natural bad breath remedy used by systematically chewing on the leaves. Other herbs and spices, which we can easily get in the kitchen, can be a natural bad breath remedy as well. For the unpredicted times when we may need a bad breath remedy, we should carry a small plastic baggie of cloves, fennel, or anise seeds to chew after odorous meals.

A bad breath herb treatment made of fresh coriander is a very effective remedy for bad breath. As far as the method to make medicine from coriander is concerned, it is very easy to don it. For it we are supposed to add few ounces of fresh coriander in two cups of water and then boil it for few minutes. After having our meals if we will drink dill tea it will refresh our breath. Making dill tea is also very easy. For it we have to mix one to two teaspoons of dill leaves or mashed seeds per cup of boiling water. Even simply chewing on a few dill seeds also freshen our breath.

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