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Bad breath

I have got bad breath for 8 years. I tried a lot of chinese traditional medicine, but they didn't work. That is fuuny. When i got tonsillitis, my bad breath disappeared. but when my tonsillitis was cured, my bad breath would come back. Every doctor said i 've got a adenoids. I am 24 years old. can i remove my tonsil? I hope anybody can help me. I real wanna communicate with other people freely. Bad breath made me odd and dissocial. Please answer me soon. thanks a lot.
  gerry on 2006-01-03
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First stop all the oil and fat and spices food and continue the Merc sol 6 thrice in a day for a month and report to the forum
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thanks for your relay. I am in China. Can you tell me the full name of Merc sol 6, please?
gerry last decade
Can you tell me where can I buy Merc sol 6? Thanks a lot.
gerry last decade
"gerry" :
For your convenience, I reproduce below, which was posted earlier on 10th July 2005, in the following link :
http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/39270/ . Try to post back results, if it benefits you.

HALITOSIS = Foul or Offensive Breath

EPSOM SALT : Take 5 grams of EPSOM SALT (I.P. .or. B.P.). Dissolve in 100 ml water. Deep Throated - Gargle strongly 5-6 times. NO fresh water gargle after above. Do this 2-3 times a day, for many days. Epsom Salt is a natural bactericide & germicide. This is guaranteed to eliminate all bacters & germs in the entire oral space (mouth n throat), eliminating the tendency for Halitosis (foul or offensive breath).
The taste of epsom salt is not very pleasant, but then nothing works better than above, without taking any Homeopathic or any medicines whatsoever. It is perfectly safe, if the above solution is ingested / swallowed.

MOUTH WASH : Calendula-Q (mother tincture) (one teapoon in 100 ml water). 2 times daily.
If a person uses Calendula-Q as a mouth wash, he will never have dental problems, like decaying tooth, foul breath, tooth pain or the need for root canaling. Gargle strongly for 5-6 times. NO fresh water gargle after above.

offensive breath - Agaricus Muscarius
offensive mouth smell - Natrum Muriaticum
offensive breath, due to digestion problems - Pulsatilla Nigricans
offensive smell, (specially stools or anywhere) - Rhus Glab.
putrefying smell - Podophyllum Peltatum
offensive breath, due to any respiratory tract problem - Capsicum
offensive smell, from eructing - Sulphur

Also consider reading : http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/35254

A Quote thru Nesha-India : "A strong person and a waterfall always channel their own path"
Nesha-India last decade
you can get merc sol 6 any homoeopathic shop.
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade

Is Epsomsalt safe for a nasal/ sinus rinse? I have chronic halitosis too but I think part of the odor is coming from the sinus area. thanks
nataliebonita last decade
'nataliebonita' :
Epsom salt is perfectly safe for nasal / sinus rinse.
Epsom salt is a natural bactericide and is 1000% safe even if ingested.

For your nasal problems, Also consider taking the following bio-chemic tissue triturated salt called Calc.Flour-6X + Silicea-12X, 2 tablets of each, atleast 4 times a day till symptoms persist.

Remain Healthy & Happy ....... Nesha-India
Nesha-India last decade

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