Bad breath, medically known as halitosis, is highly undesirable. The man himself is seldom aware that he has bad breath, and his friends are mostly polite, so they never mention it. Bad breath is often caused by consuming certain foods or consuming alcohol or cigarettes excessively. In such cases, it is enough to stop eating, drinking or smoking and to rinse your mouth well. It is often caused by an unpleasant odor and insufficient hygiene of the mouth and teeth. Most often, however, it is an odor as a side effect of some previous inflammation in the body (chronic inflammation of the sinuses, tonsils or gastric mucosa). In these cases, it is necessary to first cure the underlying disease that caused the unpleasant odor.


- Daily brushing teeth and oral hygiene
- Regular removal of tartar
- Rinsing helps to prevent the unpleasant odor caused by pus in the oral cavity
- For rinsing, use diluted peppermint essential oil in a glass of water or drink teas made from sage, marshmallow, chamomile or peppermint
- Go to the dentist regularly
- Reduce smoking, alcohol and coffee
- Use a toothpaste that contains eucalyptus essential oil
- In a little lukewarm water add common juniper oil and drink
- Drink teas made from chamomile, mint, coriander, rosemary and lavender
- During the day, chew a couple of juniper berries
- Star anise, clove and cinnamon to cleanse the digestive tract
- To facilitate the digestion of turmeric, rosemary and lavender
- Use basil, myrrh, ginger and sage to gargle and rinse your mouth
- Try to eat light, basic foods and not overload your stomach
- Avoid acidic foods
- Check if there is an allergy to any food and if there is avoid it
- When inflammation; excretion of the substance through the skin (sauna, washing in fruit vinegar) or through the kidneys (teas of nettle, linden flowers and birch)


Medically determine the true cause and apply the appropriate medicine or natural preparation.