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Chlorophyll For Tackling Mouth And Body Odour

Millions of people suffer from both body and mouth bad odour without even realizing it because people are afraid to tell them. It is not very often that you have a friend who will be bold enough to tell you that your breath and body is exuding an offensive odour. A lot of times they do not want you to feel embarrassed and they will rather suffer the odour than tell you or even in a subtle way try to offer you solutions.

For some people, mouth, and body bad odour is a problem that only rears its ugly head in limited situations, such as when you get out of bed in the early morning or after eating pungent food.

Causes for both mouth and body bad odour

Causes of mouth bad odour

Poor oral hygiene

The most common cause of bad breath is a poor oral hygiene. Bacteria that can build up on your teeth is particularly between them, as well as your tongue and gums can produce unpleasant smelling gasses. These bacteria are also responsible for gum disease and tooth decay.

Food and drink

By eating strongly flavored foods, such as garlic, onions, and spices, are likely to make your breath smell. Strong-smelling drinks, such as coffee and alcohol, are also cause for bad breath.

Crash dieting

Crash dieting, fasting, and low-carbohydrate diets are another possible causes of bad breath.


Smoking is also another cause of bad breath. As well as making your breath smell, smoking stains your teeth; it irritates your gums and reduces your sense of taste.

Causes of body bad odour

  1. Bacteria
  2. Sweat
  3. Hormonal Changes
  4. Genetics

This is the most common hormonal change which is associated with body odor is menopause. A common side effect of menopause is hot flashes which can also lead to increased perspiration. Additionally, Human biology and genetics play a major role in how a person smells.

Home remedies to get rid of mouth odour

  1. Drink plenty of water

By drinking water makes you produce more saliva, which in turn neutralizes bad breath.

  1. Scrape your tongue

Every morning, scrape your tongue with a tongue scrapper to decrease the bacteria, fungi and dead cells that can cause odour.

  1. Rinse with mouthwash

Some mouthwashes more than leaves breath smelling minty; they contain an antiseptic agent, such as cetylpyridinium chloride, to reduce plaque and prevent gingivitis, which can also cause bad breath. Also, Chlorine dioxide is very effective at neutralizing the stinky volatile sulfur compounds created by an oral bacteria.

  1. Eat vegetables

Fibrous vegetables, such as celery and cucumbers, boost your mouth’s saliva production, which washes away bad odor-causing bacteria. Few crunchy vegetables help to remove plaque on teeth and gums, which bacteria can feed on.

Home remedies to get rid of body odour

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is one of the powerful bacteria-fighting ingredients. It helps to eliminate body odor by balancing the pH level of your skin. You can use this as a mouth gargle. Just put some apple cider vinegar in a glass of water. Then gargle with it for around ten seconds. This will cleanse your mouth while treating the entire bad odor.

  1. Lemon Juice

Lemon juice is a great source for treating body odor. The acidic property of lemon juice helps lower the skin’s pH level, which in turn makes difficult for odor-producing bacteria to survive. Cut a fresh lemon into two, rub one half of the lemon on your underarms. Ensure the juice gets onto your skin. Let it to dry on its own, then take your shower. Do this every day until the odor is gone completely.

  1. Sage

A delightfully fragrant herb, sage can also be used to combat body odor. Sage reduces sweat gland activity and it is an antibacterial agent which prevents bacteria from thriving on your skin.

Add 2 tablespoons of dried sage to 4 cups of hot water. Allow it to steep for 10 minutes. Use the solution to rinse your underarms when the solution is cold. Do this twice a day until you get positive results.

Also, you can drink sage tea. Just steep one teaspoon of dried sage in a cup of hot water for ten minutes. Strain the leaves and simply enjoy your tea. Don’t drink more than 2 cups of sage tea in a day.

  1. Rosemary

Rosemary inhibits the growth of body odor causing bacteria. It contains menthol and chlorophyll, which have a natural deodorant property that neutralizes strong body odor and also lends a nice fragrance to your body. Add one and half cups of dried rosemary leaves to 4 cups of hot water. Let it to steep for 10 minutes. Now add it to your bath water. Soak in your bath water for at at least 15 to 20 minutes. Pat dry your skin. Follow this daily once to smell nice throughout the day.

Chlorophyll can reduces the activity of certain protein-splitting enzymes and therefore prevent the formation of bad odours. STOZZON contains 20mg chlorophyll per dragee or tablet. Leaf green has remarkable deodorizing (i.e. odour-neutralizing) qualities.

With Stozzon, now you don’t have to feel conscious of your scent when with friends, loved ones or other people; whether from the gym, after hard labor, after eating odorous food like garlic or alcohol, out dancing, under humid sweaty conditions, while treating an infection or illness that has offensive smell. Stozzon keeps you fresh from within. Now you don’t have to worry if your anti-perspirant wears out, Stozzon has you covered. You can use alone or with other perfume of your choice. Stozzon is scent free and no need to worry about cloth stains.

DOSAGE: To be taken one or two tablets/dragees three times a day with meal for full 24 hours cover, or use when the need arises. Children (12 – 18 yrs.): One tablet/dragees three times a day, maximum four a day

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