Amazing Traditional Bad Breath Remedies: The Secrets Are Finally Eased

Amazing Traditional Bad Breath Remedies: The Secrets Are Finally Eased

But thanks to all the guardians of the traditional heritage we can still benefit from it. Many of them are kept secret only from the noble circle and members of the king’s family. Some of them are even on the verge of extinction due to a lack of historians and practitioners. With the dawn of the Internet age, all cultures can exchange some traditional remedies and obtain advantages for all.

Starting from the east, the Chinese have their own way of curing bad breath. They believe that bad breath is caused by unbalanced body pressure and therefore needs to be evened out with some pin at certain points on our body, which is why the West called it ‘acupuncture’. To stop the bad smell from the mouth, they also have traditional green tea and herbs that cure sore throat and help in the metabolism of the stomach. Its natural antiseptics clean your mouth of germs and keep your breath fresh.

Africa has its own path for bad breath remedies. Possessing rich regional plants and herbs, African shamans use bitter kola as a treatment for many ailments. It has even been reported to be used in the Ebola healing process. The antibacterial feature is helpful in killing unwanted germs in multiple regions of the body. Extract various bitter kola nuts and brew them into tea, it can also be used as a mouthwash and aphrodisiac. It is effective in stopping bad breath and brightening up our mind and body.

You can find many more traditional remedies in all parts of the world. You can mention the use of parsley, sage, caraway and eucalyptus (does that ring a bell?). Native Americans also used traditional medicine, such as bloodroot. Now we inherit their tradition with extracted natural herbs such as peppermint and green tea oil. Modern packaged remedies like mouthwash and toothpaste contain some of this traditional extraction, such as menthol, eucalyptus, and peppermint. Hopefully with the invention of more modern remedies we won’t forget our traditional heritage in stopping bad breath.

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