Asked for female, 35years old from Bhopal
Certain oral and stomach complaints can produce mouth odours, such as:
-gerd (gastro-esophageal reflux disease) go for a dental check-up in case of doubts.
Can't tell you about ayurvedic medicines but for the good oral hygiene, some tips:
•brush using fluoride- containing toothpaste. •if food particles are left in mouth, bacteria eat it and produce odour. So,
-brush after meals or twice a day. -floss once a day. -clean tongue by brush / tongue scraper. -clean dentures / dental retainer / mouth guard. •avoid dry mouth - drink plenty of water and chew gum (sugarless) to stimulate saliva. [hydrated mouth reduce mouth odour].
•avoid sugary food, smoking, coffee, soft drinks, tobacco, alcohol, onion & garlic. [no need to tell sugar invites bacteria, smoking gives dry mouth, coffee, soft drinks, tobacco, alcohol dehydrates, and eating onion & garlic gives strong odour even few hrs after eating]
•change toothbrush regularly (3-6 months), as soon as it change shape or loose bristles.
Always remember for good oral health 1) brush
note: if you think you do not have any mouth condition and after doing these self-treatment and lifestyle changes you still have bad mouth odour, go for a dental check-up. And then, you can always choose your doctor for treatment.