11 Tips on How to Get Rid of Garlic Breath - YouQueen

11 Tips on How to Get Rid of Garlic Breath - YouQueen

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Garlic is a delicious and integral ingredient of many dishes, but it has one very unpleasant side effect - bad breath. Unfortunately its sulfuric odor may persist for up to 72 hours and it can be extremely difficult to eliminate. However there are few effective methods to mask and neutralize its smell, while refreshing your mouth in a pleasant way. Here are 11 tips on getting rid of garlic breath effectively and instantly.
10 Nov 2016 - General
Alan Rosmadi Agreed. Oral hygiene should be a priority! Your story is funny and I can imagine your horror when she goes near you. I have a similar experience with my grandfather before (when I was about 12 years old) but his case was due to fondness of both garlic and pickled spring onions. His eastern medicine doctor prescribed them for hypertension and dyslipidemia and he was very compliant. As a result, his br...
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If it was me in public, I would usually pop a few breath mints and chew on it and lay it on my tongue until it melts. I'm Sorry if it sounds gross. Hahaha.. But the fact is it works for me. If i am at home, and accessible to my toothbrush, i would brush my teeth and scrub my tongue, and after that gargle to get rid of the smell. I rarely get garlic breath so the chances of me being paranoid is lower. LOL. I know of a lady back in school who chews on garlic every morning, they say it is good ...
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This is probably one of the worst things that could happen to you while you're on a date...probably one of the worst things that could happen to you in general. Garlic breath is definitely a total turn-off and one of the things that are so hard to get rid off. In my experience, brushing your teeth 4x with a strong toothpaste and gargling with mouthwash won't even cut it. In addition to this article, I have also read somewhere that eating an apple can significantly minimize the pungent sm...
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