While bad breath or halitosis may sometimes be caused by poor oral hygiene, there may also be other underlying causes which contribute to bad breath and are often difficult to treat, despite all efforts to follow a healthy mouth and teeth cleaning routine.
This can cause great distress and even result in problems with relationships and difficulties in the workplace.
There are a number of causes of bad breath, including:
- Poor oral hygiene
- Gum disease (e.g. gum boils, abscesses, spongy gums, gingivitis)
- Multiplication of odor-causing bacteria in the mouth and digestive tract
- Chronic sinus infection
- Certain medications (especially those that cause dry mouth as a side effect)
- Some foods can cause bad breath (garlic, onions, anchovies, high protein diet)
- Poor digestion and sluggish liver
How do I know if I have bad breath?
Sometimes bad breath is noticed by an unpleasant or bitter taste in your mouth.
You can also check the smell of your saliva by licking the skin on your inner wrist and then smelling it. If it has an offensive odor, then the chances are that your breath is not as sweet as you would like it to be!
However, it is also possible to suffer from bad breath without being aware of it. If you notice that people tend to step away from you when you speak, turn their heads or cover their mouths, then bad breath may be a problem.
The best way to find out is to ask someone who you can trust to tell you the truth.
What is HaliTonic?
HaliTonic is not just another product to freshen breath!
It is a unique combination of biochemic tissue salts and selected medicinal herbs which are effective in cleansing the system of all bacterial or putrefactive conditions.
Acting as a system cleanser and detoxifier and promoter of healthy liver functioning, regular use of HaliTonic can help to prevent bad breath by treating the underlying causes and will also assist with other body odor problems such as foul smelling feet, stools, gassy bowels, underarm odor, etc.
Use HaliTonic to:
- Cleanse toxins and bacteria from the mouth and digestive tract
- Treat the underlying causes of halitosis and bad breath
- Improve bad breath and unpleasant tastes in the mouth
- Assist with the treatment of gum disease (not a substitute for dental care)
- Improve all putrefactive conditions in the body - e.g. halitosis, gassy bowels, foul smelling stools and mucous infections
What are the ingredients of HaliTonic?
Native Remedies HaliTonic Contains:
Kalium Phosphate (Kali. Phos.) 6C is a biochemic tissue salt which is a constituent of all fluids in the body. Kali. Phos. has an antiseptic action and helps to reduce or stop decay of body tissue. It is well known as a cleanser of any putrefactive conditions such as halitosis (bad breath), foul smelling flatulence and stools. This is also an excellent nerve tonic and natural tranquilizer.
Silicon Dioxide (Silica) 6C: is also known as the ‘homeopathic surgeon’ due to its unique ability to cleanse the cells of toxins and rid the body of bad odors. Silica is naturally occurring in the body, especially hair, nails, skin, nerve sheaths and all mucous membranes, including the mouth and digestive tract. This biochemic tissue salt is also frequently prescribed for gum disease (including gum boils and mouth abscess), mouth ulcers and chronic mucous infections (e.g. sinus infections). Silica acts as a natural cleanser and purifier and will also eliminate all foreign matter in the body. For this reason Silica should not be used by people with any type of prosthesis, breast implants, pace makers, metal plates, pins or artificial tubes in the body.
Foeniculum vulgare (Sweet Fennel) has been used for many centuries as a diuretic, anti-spasmodic and calmative herb. It contains an aniseed-flavored essential oil containing mostly anethole, as well as fenchone, both of which are thought to account for its anti-spasmodic and diuretic properties. Fennel is an excellent digestive tonic, which also helps to relieve gas. Fennel seeds have been long used as an aid to sweeten the breath.
Carduus marianus (Milk Thistle) is regarded as one of the most important herbal liver tonics and restoratives and helps to restore healthy liver functioning, bile production and digestion, thereby helping as a eliminator of toxins in the body and the digestive tract. Medical use of Milk Thistle may be traced back more than 2000 years. Milk Thistle has been subject to many clinical trials which clearly demonstrate its effectiveness.
Lactose: HaliTonic is presented in small lactose tablets. The amount of lactose used is very small and is generally well tolerated even by people who are lactose intolerant.
(HaliTonic contains no gluten, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives)
How do I use HaliTonic?
Dosage: Slowly dissolve 2 tablets under your tongue in a clean mouth 2 - 4 times daily.
How long does one bottle last?
Depending on frequency of use, one bottle of HaliTonic lasts for approximately a month.
A 90-120 day supply of 3 bottles is offered at a discount
How long before I see results?
With regular use of HaliTonic, improvement should be noted within 3 - 5 weeks - although some people respond sooner.
How has HaliTonic helped others?
“I am so grateful to you that I decided to write to you with a testimonial for Halitonic which has been the best thing that has happened to me! I had a problem with bad breath for so many years and spent a fortune on things like mouth washes and other junk that was all supposed to work. I was hardly ever without a mint in my mouth. Without Halitonic I’m sure that this would have continued for ever as believe me, I have tried everything! In less than a week I noticed that the unpleasant taste in my mouth was going and even my mother said that my breath was much better. I cant believe that my problem has been solved after all this expense and time and simply cannot thank you enough!” - Cecilia
“I can recommend Halitonic to anyone who has suffered from halitosis. This product has really worked for me.” - Denzil J
“Not only has your remedy cleared my bad breath, but also my smelly feet and other unmentionables. Some people may think it is funny, but it was not funny for me and caused me to have no friends and to stay far away from people. It didn’t matter how much I kept myself clean - nothing helped and who wants to be near a person who smells? Thank you for helping me and recommending this product” - H. M.
What else can help?
- Brush your teeth after every meal and before you go to bed
- Don’t smoke!
- Gargle with a peppermint and fennel flavored mouth wash.
- Chewing raw celery sticks helps to freshen breath
- Make sure that your toothbrush is kept clean and sterilized
- Dry mouth is a frequent cause of bad breath. Make sure you drink at least 8 glasses of water a day
- Do not go on starvation diets. Regular chewing and swallowing helps with saliva production and can help to prevent dry mouth
- Use Detox Drops to cleanse your system
- Take a course of Candidate if you suspect that you have Candida overgrowth (Candidiasis). Symptoms include fatigue, frequent yeast infections, digestive disorders, excessive gas and odor problems.
- Clearing underlying and chronic sinus infections can help to prevent bad breath
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