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    Bad Breath Cure, Bad Breath Causes & Bad Breath Tests
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    alexsjone posted:
    Try Oraltech Labs, It worked for me, although I will say it's not just do this and "bam your breath is cured" they make you change your entire mouth cleaning habits. So you end up doing it all their way. But in the end it becomes a daily habit. It covers Post Nasal Drip and Tonsil Stones as well thankfully. If you have bad breath you'll know it messes up your whole social life. And I suppose the best thing is they don't make you go out buying "special" products for the rest of your life. Just don't get it and then think you'll do what it says "now and then" because it's either all or nothing, and trust me getting rid of my room clearing faecal breath meant I was all in. Alex's, J. USA.
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    frannylew13 responded:
    I am not sure what Oraltech labs is? Please explain


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