I haven’t changed my diet, but for some reason my breath is starting to stink – even after I brush my teeth!
Q. Dear Terry, “I haven’t changed my diet, but for some reason my breath is starting to stink – even after I brush my teeth! I am concerned as I read that bad bacteria in your mouth can cause other types of diseases. What should I do?” — Yvonne W., St. Louis, MO
A. Dear Yvonne, I recommend cinnamon, thyme, clove, and oregano oils – some of nature’s most powerful antibacterial ingredients – to help kill bacteria in your mouth.
Make sure to choose concentrated plant oils that are approved for internal use. Unlike essential oils used for massage and aromatherapy, the plant oils I’m referring to are tested and “fingerprinted” based on specific molecular makeup, species, marker compounds, purity, and safety for internal medicinal use. The extraordinary potency of these tested plant oils allows for relatively low doses, but very powerful health benefits.
I suggest taking these oils orally twice daily after brushing and flossing your teeth. In addition to the oils that you take internally, I also recommend swishing these oils in your mouth and in between your teeth for about 60 seconds once or twice daily.
Terry . . . Naturally