Where to Start?

Posted by Chris (Albany, NY) on 10/12/2006

SOME BODY PLESE HELP ME, I HAVE TO GET RID OF THE ODOR OUT OF MY MOUTH, I CANT GET A GIRLFRIEND, OR TALK TO ANYBODY, I TRIED HYROGEN PEROXIDE AND IT WASN'T WORKING THAT GOOD. PLEASEEEE HELP ME AND GIVE ME SOME IDEAS OF WAHAT I CAN USE

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

I might take sometimes 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda to 1/2 glass of water twice a day, use a baking soda and 1% hydrogen peroxide as a mouthwash. I would use Lavoris mouthwash which contains zinc chloride as a mouthwash.

However I prefer to make my own zinc chloride mouthwash. I would take plenty of zinc acetate, 25 mg/day for at least 5 days out of week. Most important of all is to take plenty of sleep, about 8 hours a day. The body's bicarbonate will be restored and bad breath goes away. The cause of halitosis is simple: bad diets and bad habits. Bad diets is eating prepared foods, sugar, coke, cigarettes, beer, sweets, bread, white flour which all should be avoided. Most people who do have bad breath I found don't like to eat pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds.

Taking those will reduce it. Also brushing teeth before sleeping and the morning hours and after meals help. Often a cavities exists in the teeth which spoils the entire teeth. Get a filling of the teeth but use only ceramics not amalgam, which will make the situation worse. Taking vitamin C in form of sodium ascorbate will block sugar's action, usually if I need to take it it is often 500 mg to 1000 mg., but not taken every day. Sometimes borax mouthwash is quite helpful if the teeth has a fungus infection. Also I would like to use fluoride toothpaste, but I would use xylitol toothpaste, or make my own toothpaste with zinc chloride and xylitol in a baking soda paste. Xylitol protects against cavities better than fluoride, but also I found taking regular supplements of molybdenum in form of sodium molybdate does a good job protecting against cavities.

If all those don't work, then just drink water with sea salt 1/4 teaspoon per liter of water as a drinking water. The sea salt are alkaline forming too and adding a drop clove oil in one liter of water will help if it is well shaken so that the clove oil is mixed with water.

Flossing will often help get food particles out, but I am sure most people know this anyway. Foods with vegetables and whole fruits of 70% of diet will often eliminate most acid forming food and resolve the bad breath, but it oily food is one thing I would watch out just as seriously since it disturbs the body's normal hormonal control which may relate to the body's immune system, thus causing bad breath too.

Did I forget anything? Just tell me.

Replied by Dee
Palm Beach, Florida, Usa
12/29/2010

IM IN THE SAME SPOT AS YOU BRO DID YU GET ANY HELP WHAT DID YOU DO


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