How to get rid of bad breath

The herald

Miriam Kwari’s Herbal Column

Hello friends, I welcome you to another edition of “Your Health, Your Wealth” with your dear friend and herbalist Nyasha. In this looming time of Covid-19, remember the importance of taking care of yourself by eating a healthy diet and enjoying a refreshing cup of Gaviola tea or juice.

Bad breath (halitosis): a refreshing remedy

You don’t have to eat onions to have bad breath. And you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to realize that everyone around you is backing down when you’re talking to them. You probably need an oral odor eater.

Disorders such as gum disease, also known as gingivitis, harbor bacteria and can make your breath smelly. If there isn’t a localized problem, and you haven’t eaten onions or garlic lately, the bad breath is most likely the result of a toxic gut or sour stomach. When bad breath is due to a sour stomach, food enzymes will help support your digestion and find the cause of the problem. Enzymes will also help you find the cause of the problem.

Don’t forget to give me a call, your friendly neighborhood herbalist Nyasha, for enzyme digestion pills that will ensure the food you eat is broken down better so that you eliminate more efficiently. Enzyme tablets are best taken before meals.

Chlorophyll: Nature Deodorant

Ntakambokudzayi, Green juice Gaviola contains chlorophyll, a green pigment found in plants. It works as one of the best deodorants in the body. Liquid chlorophyll can be swallowed pure, put in water or juice, or taken in the form of capsules we have available.

Liquid chlorophyll removes odor from the body and neutralizes acids in the body that can make you smell.

It’s also good for helping cleanse the intestine, which is where human materials are housed.

The different uses of liquid chlorophyll are as follows

  • Deodorize the body
  • Drawing up the blood count in case of anemia
  • Stops bleeding when applied to the outside of wounds.
  • Support the digestive system
  • Restore minerals in the body after exhaustion
  • Lighten skin conditions
  • Provide energy
  • Relieve sore throat when used as a gargle
  • Speed ​​up healing of canker sores

Gee, your breath smells good

Until the chlorophyll kicks in, you can use a dab of pure peppermint oil on your tongue to freshen your breath. Peppermint is stimulating and will also give you a little boost.

What I would advise you to do is get yourself a bottle of peppermint oil from me.

Once you’ve done that, you can carry it in your bag, purse, or wallet, then use the oil and rub it on your tongue or gums to cool your entire mouth.

Peppermint is also an activating herb which is used as a flavoring in hard candy. Not only does it aid digestion by stimulating digestive juices, it has also been helpful in boosting mental alertness.

Using apples

Apples in the daily diet treat obesity, anemia, insomnia, catarrh and sinus headaches, halitosis, tuberculosis, heart disease, gallstones, asthma, gonorrhea, nausea, vomiting and worms.

Who doesn’t love the refreshing taste of an apple? Fruits like these eliminate bad tastes in your mouth and bring you one step closer to eliminating that bad breath.

Thank you once again for your time. Please stay safe and God bless you and your families

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