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halitosis and ACV

So, if halitosis is a symptom of other conditions, attack the root issues of ill-health to get rid of your symptom: halitosis.

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is an excellent treatment for halitosis. Not only will it change health from the inside out to improve the root cause of the halitosis, it can also be used to directly relieve halitosis, the symptom: excess bacteria, imbalance of flora in the mouth, bad odor, dry mouth.

I recommend getting yourself some raw, organic Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV); Bragg’s brand is what I use.  Every day, make a 50/50 solution of warm water and ACV, 8 oz. total. Gargle the solution, about 30 seconds, then spit. Never swallow. (insert joke here).  The ACV pulls a lot of toxins from the throat and mouth, and you don’t want to swallow the toxins.  The solution should provide enough for about 3 gargles.  If there’s any solution left, then drink it down.  For even more benefits, make the solution 10 oz., and drink the left-over.  It’s super good for you, even if it doesn’t taste all that good. 

This treatment is excellent for sore throats, too. And many report that drinking ACV has remarkable effects on a multitude of issues, not just halitosis, but energy, weight loss, cholesterol, skin elasticity, and more. It’s one of the “stay young” secrets that Jack Lalanne did everyday, after learning about it from the Bragg family.  ACV is also a natural remedy for yeast infections, just like neem.



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Will ACV be able to freshen your breath effectively? Or do they just mask the smell of bad breath?

Also what kind of toxins are you referring to? Hope to hear some answers from you. Thanks!

Comment by Bad Breath Remedy

Hi, thanks for the question.
ACV doesn’t freshen one’s breath, so much as kill the culprits causing or worsening BAD breath or halitosis. It works primarily by killing bad yeast and balancing PH, in addition to its ability to “pull” toxins from the mouth & throat.
By drinking the ACV cocktail solution, you end up improving the balance of flora in the gut by killing off yeast and balancing PH there, too. Much of the coating on the tongue and in the mouth stems from the gut. Improve the flora in the mouth and gut, and it will be much more difficult for bacteria and other “bad smell” generators from being able to inhabit and set up shop.
The toxins I referred to in the post are just general toxins. Yeast creates toxins, the body’s functions and bi-products create and attempt to expel toxins. The human body is all about functioning and keeping it toxin-free. The skin, lungs, kidneys, and liver all have the primary function of removing and/or excreting toxins…whatever they may be…whatever the body can’t process or may be harmful to the body’s functions. Mucous is a big harbinger of toxins, and ACV cuts through mucous super well, thus removing prime real estate where bacteria, yeast, etc. would typically dwell.
Ultimately, while I would say that ACV is NOT a wonder-cure for halitosis, specifically. I feel it would be irresponsible of me NOT to recommend ACV as part of a larger treatment program. Is ACV wonderful and “miraculous” in what it can achieve? Absolutely. The benefits of drinking ACV include increase energy, less constipation (a constipated colon is a HUGE source of toxins, bacteria and yeast that most definitely would affect halitosis), weight-loss, improved skin elasticity and muscle tone, and can be applied directly to skin to relieve itchy dry skin or sores. In addition it can neutralize insect venom. My step son was stung on his forehead by a wasp a year ago. My husband freaked, and I didn’t really know what to do, except calm down both my step-son and my husband. The first thing that came to mind was ACV. I applied just a bit to the sting site, which was rapidly swelling and turning red. My step-son said that the stinging went away immediately, and about 3 minutes after I applied the ACV, I saw no mark at all; no bump or redness.
It definitey has some excellent healing powers. But I also need to say that using ACV to help with halitosis is a long-term treatment. Possibly life-long. You’re dealing with a condition that is annoyingly persistent. Why? Because the root cause is rarely properly diagnosed or treated; only the symptoms. But…if you do take ACV life-long, if only for preventative once halitosis has disappeared, I doubt a body would complain with the side-benefits of life-long energy, “youth” and vitality.
Good luck!

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