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Treating Bad Breath (Halitosis) with Aloe VeraDescription: Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be a very embarrassing condition that affects us mainly when others recoil during face to face contact. It affects us all now and again. Something we ate, a bad tooth, gum disease, a throat infection, candida, mouth/tooth fungus, periodontal disease, furry tongue, nasal or sinus infection, lung disease, bad stomach, lots of reasons. On a personal level it can cause anxiety, depression and even obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
The best way of making sure you do not have bad breath is to keep your teeth, tongue and mouth clean. But if that doesn't do the trick, you might like to try using the anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-microbial properties of aloe Vera to give you that peace of mind.
What can I do about my bad breath (halitosis)?
If you want to treat your condition naturally, or in conjunction with a conventional treatment, you might like to try using our Aloe Vera gel. The gel contains dozens of different nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, sugars, anthraquinones or phenolic compounds, lignin, saponins, sterols and salicylic acid. Often these are the very constituents found in your medication.
How do I use my gel when it arrives?
First brush your teeth with toothpaste and a toothbrush, along both sides, over the crown and along the gum line, for a good couple of minutes. Second, brush or scrape your tongue. Be careful, this can sometimes make you gag, but you will soon discover how far you can go back before this happens. If you are a keen flosser do this too. Your teeth should feel really clean on your tongue. Please don't brush so hard that you cause your gums or tongue to bleed. This will only make the problem worse.
Take a frozen cube of your gel and allow it to dissolve in a little warm water. Take a few sips and swish/irrigate the liquid around your mouth and teeth for a good minute. Spit the waste out. Do this with half the drink, then drink the rest. Twice a day should be enough to make a real difference, but more is okay if you feel it necessary until the cause of your bad breath is gone or healed.
What do I do when my leaves arrive? Just follow these simple instructions.
Please contact me when your condition improves. I really love to hear your stories.
Disclaimer: Aloe Vera is known to be a wonderful cure-all around the world and back again. But it is always best to keep an open mind on both sides of the orthodox and natural remedies debate, and cherry pick the best solution on a condition by condition basis. Natural remedies alone may not always help to cure your condition, especially if there are contributory factors. If the condition worsens or takes longer than anticipated to recover, you are advised to contact your doctor. Normally, your aloe may be used along with any conventional medical treatment offered.
REFERENCES: Evidence studies and research papers.
Here is the evidence that I have found to support the use of Aloe Vera gel in your recovery.
Paper 1: Aloe Vera: The Herbal Panacea in Dentistry - Dr Sonal S. Shah
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.683.7601&rep=rep1&type=pdf (opens in a new window)
6. Halitosis: Aloe vera juice in combination with apple juice is proven to be a have a potent digestive properties. The main cause behind the bad breath is indigestion thus it helps in improving the halitosis problem.
Paper 2: Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies 2018; 6(3): 89-95. The medicinal plant components and applications (Aloe vera). Mini Tiwari and Dr. Manish Upadhayay
https://www.plantsjournal.com/archives/2018/vol6issue3/PartB/6-3-27-633.pdf (opens in a new window)
We can say that it is a “pharmacy in a pot”. Long list of diseases cured by Aloe vera includes Allergies, allergies associated with plants or insects, abrasions, acne, anemia, arthritis, treat AIDS, bad breath, burns, boils, bits, blisters, body cleanser, body pain, cataracts, corneal ulcers, cuts, conjunctivitis, coughs, cold, cold sores, constipation, chronic ulcers, dermatitis, dandruff, dry skin, dental sores, diabetes, digestive disorders, dysentery, eczema, edema, eye infection, fever, gingivitis, glaucoma, gastrointestinal ulcers, heat burn, high blood pressure, infected pierced ears, insect stings, joint pain, kidney infections, laxation, lowers blood lipid levels, minor sore throats, migraine headaches, mouth irritations, mouth and gum diseases, muscle cramps, nausea of all kinds, oral disorders, pimples, psoriasis, radiation burns, rashes, ringworm, scars, scalds, sunburns, skin cancers, swelling, tuberculosis, ulcers, vaginitis, venereal sores, wounds of all kinds, warts, x-ray burns, yeast infections and so on (Davis et al. 1987, Fulton 1990, Tarro 1993, Chithra et al.)
Paper 3: International Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2016, Mar., Vol. 7 (1) Periodontal activity of Aloe vera: A Review Archana A. Bele* and Anubha. Khale.
http://www.ijcps.com/files/vol7issue1/5.pdf (opens in a new window)
Quote 1: The mouth is a breeding ground for bacteria which can be a major problem if preventative measures are not taken than these bacteria can attack the teeth and gums, and can lead to bad breath, gingivitis, stomatitis and peridontitis. Aloevera, however, has many antibacteria qualities that is why it is said to be very effective in fighting the bacteria and preventing these problems.
Quote 2: Use of aloe vera is beneficial in many oral conditions. Due to its anti-bacterial qualities it is effective in fighting the bacteria and preventing bad breath, gingivitis, stomatitis and periodontitis. Aloe Vera has been shown to enhance defense mechanisms, and it has a variety of components to help combat periodontal disease and other oral conditions.