I am sitting in front of my computer trying to write about mint spray and I can’t come up with a coherent sentence that will explain why you should make this DIY. So I’ll be blunt.
We all get a stinky breath. It’s not fun. And the people around you are not enjoying your “cloud” either.
You pull out a piece of chewing gum. That’s fine. Did you look at the ingredients? If you do, you’ll probably extend your vocabulary by ten more words.
Ok, then how about mints? You might get four toughy words out of there that will have you googling out your $3 in no time. How about organic gum? Or all-natural gum from a health food store? Those work too, but why use those when you can make something way more beneficial and natural?
It’s ok, I use gum occasionally too. But the mint spray is fun, easy to make, and works quite well.
All you need is a:
- A 2 oz glass spray bottle
- Mint or spearmint essential oils
- Colloidal silver or drinking water (I prefer colloidal silver because of its antibacterial uses)
Mix in 2 oz colloidal silver or water with 8-14 drops of mint or spearmint essential oils (this may differ according to your desired strength). Store in a glass spray bottle.
It’s easy, small, and you can carry it with you wherever you go.
Besides fresh breath, you’ll get an extra boost of energy from the mint that will freshen you up. Mint has a beautiful volatile scent that clears the mind and helps relieve stress.
And all this in just one spray…