Toothpaste for Bad Breath

If you think brushing your teeth with a special toothpaste is going to cure your foul breath, then you’ll need to rethink your strategy a little. While brushing your teeth is extremely important, it is not the key to having good breath, or even alleviating bad breath.

90% of all bad breath causes are from bacteria found on the tongue. No amount of toothpaste is going to get rid of the build up of gunk on your tongue, or the smell caused by the millions of bacteria and germs found in it. For this job, you’ll need a tongue brush, but we’ll get to that in a minute.

There are, however, several things you can do to improve the smell of your mouth by the kind of toothpaste you use. If you want to go out and buy an incredibly expensive, small tube of toothpaste, go ahead. But there are things you can do other than that.

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Baking soda can be used as a replacement for toothpaste to get rid of a lot of the bacteria in the mouth that cause bad breath. It’s not going to harm you, but like toothpaste, don’t swallow it. If you’re worried, use it a few times a week, alternating with toothpaste.

One of the best substitutes for toothpaste that is highly beneficial is tea tree oil. Just put one or two drops of it on your toothbrush and go at it. It is highly aromatic and has a very strong flavor, and it has properties that fight the bacteria that cause the gum disease gingivitis. It will leave your mouth refreshed and clean.

Now, onto the tongue brush. If you really do want fresh breath, you are going to want to clean your tongue. There is really nothing that can mask the smell of that film covering your tongue for very long. And when you clean it, you’ll want to clean it properly.

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If you don’t believe that it stinks, take a spoon and stick the head at the back of your tongue. Pull forward, scraping the surface of your tongue. Let it dry for a minute, and then smell it. Yep, this is what other people smell when you are talking to them. Embarrassing?

Well, the treatment for this is a good, old tongue brush. It’s like a toothbrush for your tongue. Only, don’t use your toothbrush on your tongue, it won’t work.

There is still a lot of gunk on your tongue after you used the spoon. The best tongue brush for the job is called the Orabrush. It has nice, little, microfiber bristles that clean deep in the surfaces of your tongue and taste buds, and then the built in scraper finishes the job by pulling all the gunk off.

Once you’ve done all these things you’ll have crisp, fresh breath. We promise.


Orabrush Tongue Foam powered by Orazyme leaves your mouth feeling refreshed after using your Orabrush. Armed with 7 all-natural enzymes, it protects against future bad breath attacks—without killing your mouth's natural defenses. Death to bad breath!


Orabrush and Tongue Foam—The world's best bad breath system.

Better Than a Toothbrush!

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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