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GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Maghrebia00 View Post
    :there: you can't.

    To cure it you have to pass on the infection to another by breathing on someone's face.

    This is the only way!
    olly macaroli!

    what on thou earth??

    how do I do that? hmm. my enemy? Hasina?

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  • Maghrebia00
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
    OH SUGAR!

    moderation is the key, I knew I was being excessive, I say SUGAR!! *urgh

    maybe I praised it a bit too much

    I can't live with bad breath for the rest of my life lol
    :there: you can't.

    To cure it you have to pass on the infection to another by breathing on someone's face.

    This is the only way!

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Maghrebia00 View Post
    :shock: Kill It! KILL IT BEFORE IT REACHES YOUR BLOOD!...
    OH SUGAR!

    moderation is the key, I knew I was being excessive, I say SUGAR!! *urgh

    maybe I praised it a bit too much

    I can't live with bad breath for the rest of my life lol

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  • Maghrebia00
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    There are a few things going on to cause this bad smell, but principally the root cause is various sulfuric compounds from the garlic. Initially, most of the bad breath resulting from eating garlic comes directly from the sulfuric compounds introduced into your mouth. Not only that, but garlic actually promotes the growth of some of the microbes in your mouth that already cause bad breath, which further exacerbates the problem.

    You may have noticed that even if you brush your teeth, rinse with mouthwash, and other such methods to clean out these compounds and various microbes from your mouth, the bad breath caused by garlic still remains to some extent. This has to do with the fact that some of these sulfuric compounds get metabolized, eventually making their way into your blood stream.

    http://www.todayifoundout.com/index....ath-smell-bad/
    :shock: Kill It! KILL IT BEFORE IT REACHES YOUR BLOOD!...

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  • zi-zizou
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Happy too
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    miss out!

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  • iRepIslam
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
    well for lunch today I had dhaal, and vegetable bhaji with rice, with the speciality accompanying them- my garlic friends not satni, haven't had that for a while- I think that will happen in the summer.
    So raw garlic with your curry and rice? that will spoil the whole taste iv never tried it hmm
    Last edited by iRepIslam; 21-03-14, 10:34 PM.

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by zi-zizou View Post
    Raw garlic...seriously??

    Try retardex, about a couple of litres should do the trick.
    why not try it during the weekend?

    YOU'RE MISSING OUT

    lol

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by iRepIslam View Post
    what did you have with rice and curry? mango satni ;o?

    a tad bit confused
    well for lunch today I had dhaal, and vegetable bhaji with rice, with the speciality accompanying them- my garlic friends not satni, haven't had that for a while- I think that will happen in the summer.

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  • zi-zizou
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Raw garlic...seriously??

    Try retardex, about a couple of litres should do the trick.

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  • iRepIslam
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
    yep! that's so true loool

    mango sutni is the best no doubt

    I haven't actually had it alone, I have it with rice and curry, it's really potent but it adds more flavour
    what did you have with rice and curry? mango satni ;o?

    a tad bit confused

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by iRepIslam View Post
    yes i can handle that but not raw garlic alone!! lool have u tasted orange satni, boroi satni.. we make satni practically outta anything :P zeh moza. omds i want some now
    yep! that's so true loool

    mango sutni is the best no doubt

    I haven't actually had it alone, I have it with rice and curry, it's really potent but it adds more flavour

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  • iRepIslam
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
    I repislam, yep mango chutney! it's sour and sweet

    you just need a few ingredients and VOILA you can enjoy, but it contains raw garlic, can you handle it? loool
    yes i can handle that but not raw garlic alone!! lool have u tasted orange satni, boroi satni.. we make satni practically outta anything :P zeh moza. omds i want some now

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  • Ya'sin
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    I repislam, yep mango chutney! it's sour and sweet

    you just need a few ingredients and VOILA you can enjoy, but it contains raw garlic, can you handle it? loool

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  • iRepIslam
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    Originally posted by Rainyday View Post
    This thread makes me want garlic bread.

    The really starchy, doughy type dripping with garlic butter. Yumm...
    you had to mention it *crying* cravin it now lol

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  • Rainyday
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    Re: GARLIC BREATH- How do you 'kill' it?

    This thread makes me want garlic bread.

    The really starchy, doughy type dripping with garlic butter. Yumm...

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