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Freshen Breath Effectively and Naturally with GHC's Fresh Mouth Breath Spray (Product Review)

Thursday, November 20, 2008 by: Aria Milan
Tags: breath spray, health news, Natural News

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(NewsTarget) One of the most embarrassing things that happen to people all too often is being caught in a social situation with bad breath. And worst of all is having bad breath in a dating situation, if one doesn't know that their breath isn't exactly "peachy", that person may not understand why their date may be distancing themselves -- literally! Everyone has experienced having bad breath whether they knew it or not. Most breath fresheners on the market contain synthetic fragrances and may be overpowering, affecting the taste of a meal when applied before a dinner meeting or overshadowing a romantic kiss. An excellent breath freshener that is 100% natural and helps fight the bacteria that causes cavities is GHC's (Global Healing Center) Fresh Mouth breath freshener.

This concentrated mouth spray, developed by a doctor, first started out a few years ago with basic natural ingredients. Since then, the formula has continued to grow as new biological dental information surfaces. The mouth spray now contains Co-enzyme Q10 and Colloidal Silver as well as the powerful foul odor fighting ingredients of Hydrogen Peroxide, Tea Tree Oil, and Xylitol. This mouth spray formula helps with preventing cavities in between brushing. According to GHC's website, it contains "38 potent mouth refreshers and bad breath inhibitors for natural oral hygiene". That's two functions rolled into one making this the healthiest mouth freshener available. I was amazed at how many herbs GHC has been able to effectively put into this product.

Some of the natural ingredients and their functions include:

* Hydrogen Peroxide: Cleanses and purifies the mouth

* Tea Tree Oil: This has been proven to have antiseptic and antifungal properties

* Xylitol: Has been shown to have a plaque-reducing effect

* Aloe: Helps to maintain a healthy digestive system

* Spearmint Oil: Promotes a fresh feeling in the mouth

* Colloidal Silver: Promotes an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal environment

* Stevia: High in anti-oxidants and gives a sweetness to the taste

* Eucalyptus Oil: Has anti-bacterial effects on bacteria in the respiratory tract

* Propolis Extract: Shown to reduce inflammation for a sore throat as well as having antibacterial and anti-fungal properties

And 29 more herbal ingredients.

This product with regular use creates a healthy environment for your mouth naturally. Not only do people apply mouth fresheners after they eat but the occasion may call for applying it just before meeting people for a lunch or dinner date. This is when this mouth spray is really impressive as it does not affect the taste and essence of drinks or food. It is very mild in this regard but very effective in fighting bad breath without the chemical after-taste that comes with many other breath fresheners. If one chooses to forgo this mouth spray but is looking for a safe alternative, always look for fresheners that use plant oils as the basis for its flavor and stay away from products that include "fragrances" in the ingredient list.

This is one mouth spray you wouldn't want to be without this holiday season. Fresh Mouth can be ordered online at (http://www.ghchealth.com/fresh-mouth.php) .

Feel beautiful naturally!




About the author

Natural Beauty Expert and Fashionista, Aria Milan is a passionate researcher in all things that will bring out the natural beauty in people. She practices what she preaches and is always striving to look and feel her best and her goal is to help others do the same. Her philosophy is 'True Beauty comes from Health that radiates from within'.

Aria is currently the editor of an alternative news website called Apollo News Daily, which can be viewed at www.apollonewsdaily.com .

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