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Home Remedies

Home Remedies

Category: Tips for staying fresh Published on 17 August 2014
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Home Remedies (to think about....)

For Body Odour

  • Eat healthy foods green leafy veggies.
  • Include red radish juice in the diet. You can also apply it on your feet, under the arm and between the toes after the shower.
  • Drinking plenty of water will also help you to smell fresh and sweet.
  • Body odour always lingers on clothes. So, wash your clothes everyday and never repeat the same outfit without washing it. Remember wearing something sleeveless will only make the smell more prominent. If you are a person who sweats a lot, wear clothes with sleeves as often as possible.
  • Vinegar is an effective home remedy for underarm odour. Apply cider vinegar or white vinegar for unpleasant armpit odour with the help of cotton. This will help you be odour free throughout the day in minutes.
  • Do not apply vinegar on freshly shaved skin as it may sting. Although this may make you smell like a pack of crisps / chips instead....
  • Apply baking soda with lemon on the underarms to kill bacteria. It also aids in absorbing sweat, however this can feel rather itchy....
  • Add a few cups of tomato juice to bathing water and soak yourself in water for about 15 minutes.
  • To smell fresh add a bath bomb your bath water. Cupful of camphor oil and boiled mint leaves will also work wonders.
  • Use anti-bacterial soap or deodorant soap while bathing.

For Bad Breath

  • Chew some cardamom seeds to sweeten your breath. The aromatic flavour in cardamom is a breath freshener.
  • Tea made from Fenugreek [methi] seeds is also beneficial in bad breath and bad odour.
  • Clove is good for bad breath caused by rotting food in mouth, used in old time mouth wash and powders.
  • Unripe guava is useful in halitosis. It is rich in tannic, malic, oxalic, and phosphoric acids as well as calcium, oxalate, and manganese.
  • Chewing tender leaves of guava tree also stops bleeding from gums and bad breath.
  • Rinse with a glass of water and the juice of half a lemon after each meal.