“Fresh mints, cloves and anise from the garden cure bad oral odors.
When our ancestors found themselves with offensive breath, they couldn’t (of course) pop candied deodorizers into their mouths. In fact, back in those days, folks used a number of natural breath fresheners that could be found in kitchens and herb gardens… and many of them are just as available today!”
Full article: Mother Earth News, originally from March/April 1983 issueFiled under News | Tags: anise, bad breath, breath, cloves, mints, News | Comment (0)
“Infuse a handful of raspberry leaves in a half pint of boiling water for fifteen minutes; when cold strain and add two ounces tinc[ture]. of myrrh, rinse the mouth with a little of it two or three times a day, swallow a little each time until relieved. This is also good for spongy gums, loose teeth, bad breath and for gently correcting and cleansing the stomach.”
Source: Mother’s Remedies: Over One Thousand Tried and Tested Remidies from Mothers of the United States and Canada, T. J. RitterFiled under Remedy | Tags: bad breath, gums, myrrh, raspberry, stomach, teeth, tooth | Comment (0)