How Do You Remove The Smell Of Garlic From Your Breath?


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Dharmesh Pancholi Profile
Brush your teeth then have a shot of lemon juice.
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Anonymous answered
Brush your teeth and tongue with baking soda and toothpaste then rinse your month with therabreath you can find this at wal-mart. This will work I'm a chef and I eat garlic all the time.
may he Profile
may he answered

Use black garlic instead. It has less of a pong.

Ashley Bennet Profile
Ashley Bennet , 5 years as a certified nutritionist at American Society for Nutrition, answered

You can consume yogurt to help get rid of the smell of garlic from breath. Eating 6 ounces of unsweetened yogurt can help combat with bacteria causing smelly odor.


Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Eat the opposite amount of garlic.
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Anonymous answered
Eat use cream after its been sitting out for 1 min then quickly drink cold tea or water, and to finish suck on a ice cube
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Chris Hickman answered
Asians who often enjoy food heavily loaded with garlic have a method which is most effective. The answer is to chew some cardamom seeds. This remedy is also known in France. Simply chew the pods until they are soft, swallow the seeds and throw away the husks.
If no cardamom is available you might try, if desperate, chewing, and swallowing half a lemon, including pith and rind. Some say that chewing parsley or coffee beans works but that is really only a way of masking the smell and the effect is temporary.
Taking it all a stage further you might try this old remedy: take a quarter of a pint of sherry,125ml, add a good pinch of ground cloves, nutmeg and ¼ ounce or 8gms of cinnamon and bruised caraway seeds. Let it stand for a week shaking it twice a day. Then strain it off adding 10 drops of lavender oil and five of attar of roses. Two to three drops of this will ensure 'a breath of roses'.

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