This green seasoning is available not only in your own kitchen but also in the restaurants since is often used for decoration of dishes. Chew it immediately in order to counteract the undesirable breath thanks to the powerful freshener chlorophyll which the parsley abounds with. If you are at home feel free to put the leaves with a dozen stalks in the mouth, and if by any chance you do not have in your refrigerator reach for spices such as anise, mint, cloves or cardamom.
Lemonade or lemon slice
Lemonade will help you to neutralize the garlic breath, but only if it contains real lemon juice. Sodas or Radler will not help you, so at the restaurant rather get some sparkling water with a slice of lemon in order to suck out its juice.
In removing the heavy breath from the mouth most helpful is the green tea. It will wash off the oil from the garlic which has retained on your tongue or teeth. If you are not a fan of the green tea almost as effective is the mint tea, and if you are not fan even of it, decide for any other type of tea beverage which will not be as effective as the ones mentioned before, but will provide you at least some help in refresh your mouth.
In addition to these helpers, after a meal, be sure to brush your teeth, clean them with dental floss and rinse your mouth with mouthwash. Only then can you be sure that what is left from the garlic are just the positive effects which he has already supplied your body with, while the only negative side effect is safely washed and destroyed.
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Source: Natural Medicine Box
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