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Aloe vera: the best ally to fight the dragon’s breath

Halitosis is that bad smell of breath that often causes rejection among the people around you. We do not refer to the newly raised, as everyone, to a greater or lesser extent, we experience it, but to that which even if they brush their teeth or use products to fight it only mask it for a few hours like chewing gum or mouth rinses. However, there is a plant that among all its benefits is used to combat milder halitosis, and yes, we refer to aloe vera.

Aloe vera or aloe is the superhero plant par excellence. We already know many of its uses and if you have put them into practice, you will surely notice their properties. Today we discover a new one and it is the perfect natural product to end the dragon’s breath.

The presence of antiseptic agents such as: salicylic acid, sulfur, cinnamic acid, phenol, lupeol and urea nitrogen, make aloe vera an effective natural cleanser.

Putting an end to bad breath with aloe vera is very simple. You just have to extract the juice from the penca and mix it with water or apple juice. If at home you have a plant of aloe, cut a stalk and peel it to extract the juice from the inside. Take some of the extracted pulp and mix it with half a cup of water. If you find it difficult to ingest pure aloe vera, you can mix the juice with apple juice to improve the flavor.

Remember that you should peel the penca carefully in order to eliminate the aloin, which can have harmful effects on the body. To avoid this you can choose to buy the pure aloe vera juice that we produce in Verdeaurora Bio Farm with the organic aloe that grows on the farm.

This mixture can be swallowed three times a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) or used as a mouthwash. In the first way, besides fighting the dragon’s breath, you will benefit the rest of the body.

In addition, to stop bad breath, aloe vera prevents cavities, improves bleeding and swollen gums, reduces toothache, acts against mouth infections such as sores or canker sores and strengthens the enamel and teeth.