How to Kill Bad Breath

You want to get rid of the case of bad breath that is following you everywhere? Here at the Orabrush Company, we’ve compiled a list of things to help you rid yourself of it.

How to Kill Bad Breath:

All right, in order to kill your bad breath, first we are going to need to know the cause. Did you just eat a large plate of onion rings? A bowl of spaghetti and garlic bread? Maybe a double cheeseburger and fries? If you did, these types of foods are the worst causes of bad breath, so you’ll want to stay away from them in the future when you need good breath.

Foods are a main cause of bad breath, like we’ve just said, anything with onion, garlic, or rich in protein will cause your breath to smell horrible, and there is nothing to do except wait till it’s gone. Because garlic and onion, when eaten, get into your bloodstream, and they stay there for quite a while. And when you exhale . . . out comes the garlic.

It’s best to stay away from those foods. If you’ve just eaten something like that, maybe use mouthwash every thirty minutes for the next few hours until it leaves your bloodstream and stomach. Just rinsing once won’t cure it all the way–like we said, it’s in the blood stream.

How to Kill Bad Breath *from heathcaredisease.com

All right, so maybe it’s not food. Maybe you have post-nasal drip or some other problem with your sinuses or throat. You’ll want to do the same thing as suggested above until the disease clears: use proper oral hygiene until the problem goes away!

A part of proper oral hygiene is to brush your tongue, and in 90% of all bad breath cases an dirty tongue is the main cause! So if you’re not suffering from sickness at the moment or haven’t eaten anything unusual in the past twenty four hours, then it’s most likely your tongue that is causing your breath to smell bad.

Don’t believe us? Go stick your tongue out in front of a mirror. You see that white film of gunk, mostly near the back of your tongue? That is all left over food and bacteria, simply festering on your tongue, and it is nasty smelling stuff. Mouthwash can’t cure it, mouthwash doesn’t get it off.

And brushing it with a toothbrush won’t work either; the bristles on a toothbrush are meant for the hard surfaces of your teeth. The best way to get the smelly film off  is to use a tongue brush, and in all cases, the Orabrush is the best tool in your arsenal.

The Orabrush has little bristles like a toothbrush, and like a toothbrush is meant to clean teeth, the Orabrush is meant to clean tongues. It’s microfiber bristles clean deep between your taste buds, and it has a built in scraper to get the gunk off your tongue. This, 90% of the time, will rid you of your rotten breath.

So pick one up at any Wal-Mart store, and add it to your daily routine of brushing, flossing, and rinsing. Make Orabrush your tool to kill bad breath.

 

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Ultra-soft, pointed bristles reach deep into the uneven crevices of your tongue and loosen stinky bacteria. These bristles are designed after the surgeon's scrub brush, the same brush they use to clean bacteria from their hands before they cut you open. (Toothbrush bristles, however, are designed for the smooth surfaces of your teeth, not your tongue.) The scraper then collects and removes the bacteria and residue generated from brushing, helping cure bad breath.

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    "[Dr. Bob] knew that toothbrushes, made for hard surfaces, would not work as well on tongues. He had researched ways to clean salmonella off raw chicken and learned it took flexible bristles to pry the bacteria from soft folds. Based on that, he hatched the idea for the Orabrush. It has soft, rubbery bristles for scraping across the tongue, back to front."

    "Orabrush, a tongue cleaner for halitosis said it has become the world?s second-most-subscribed sponsor channel on YouTube. The company says it has garnered record numbers of followers with wacky videos with interactions between spokesman Austin Craig, the public, and a giant tongue named Morgan"

    "Tongue-brushing isn't currently part of most people's personal hygiene routines. But if a Utah startup has its way, the practice could be as common as popping a breath mint."

    "Orabrush makes an inexpensive modern take on the classic tongue-scraper, bristling with rubber fronds that "reach deep into the uneven crevices of your tongue." Alternative uses: muffin tenderizer; cat de-dandruffer; scoring paddle for kinky lawn bowlers. Also, best PR pitch so far this year."

    "In five weeks, Orabrush sold out 10,000 units. The company ordered more inventory and sold out again. More succinctly put: "It exploded,"

    "Orabrush: The Little Brand That Could"

    "Utah startup Orabrush makes a patented tongue scraper, a so-called miracle cure for bad breath."

    "Four out of 100 Canadians have now seen an Orabrush video and 1.5 out of 100 people know about us in the U.S."

    "Provo's Orabrush becomes YouTube 'pop culture,' sales soar."

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