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newParlsey isn't the only natural remedy for bad breath – coriander, spearmint, tarragon, eucalyptus, rosemary and cardamom all combat halitosis. Chew on the herbs or brew up a tea for kissing sweet breath.

newHerbs and spices are natural breath enhancers. Carry a small plastic bag of cloves, fennel, or anise seeds to chew after malodorous meals!

newSpring clean your medicine cabinet – buy a new toothbrush! While the average American changes their toothbrush about twice a year, the American Dental Association recommends getting a new one every three months! Help keep your mouth clean and fresh with a clean and fresh new toothbrush!

newTo fight bacteria that can cause tooth decay and gum disease, mix up a mouthwash with 3 drops of tea tree essential oil to a half cup of lukewarm water. Rinse.

newMake your own mint mouth wash! Mix 2 oz of filtered water with 1/4 tsp baking soda or sea salt and 1 drop of pure peppermint oil. Swish it around like you always do and you\'ll be minty fresh in no time!

newBy now we've all heard about the myriad benefits of pomegranate. Mix pomegranate extract with water and use it as a mouth rinse three times a day, and your periodontal health will improve!

newGot kids? Then you probably know how difficult it can be to brush their teeth. To reassure them, try holding a mirror in front of them so they can see what you are doing in there, and they'll soon be taking over!

newKeep on crunching! Crunchy foods like carrots, apples, and celery naturally scrub your teeth to free up unwelcome guests. Of course, you'll still have to brush and floss...but now you can do it on a full stomach!

newHealthy teeth and gums don't just happen by accident. In addition to regular brushing and flossing , be sure to schedule some quality time with your dentist. About every six months should do it.

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