The Caesar Salad Lunch “Solution”
“I and some six volunteers have tried BREATHPATROL™ over a week’s time. We haven’t been able to detect any odors on each other’s breath. I gave a
BREATHPATROL™ Lozenge the acid test by eating garlic bread , with minced bits of fresh garlic sprinkled on it. Then I used a BREATHPATROL™ Lozenge for about half-an-hour before a friend did the breath sniff. She couldn’t smell anything.”
Frances L. Denney,
Food columnist, K-W Record Newspaper
Beer Breath – the Ultimate Challenge
“You rushed home from work that evening, cheeks flushed after pushing to the limit. A cool shower tickled your body awake, enlivening your spirit in anticipation of the unknown. Celebration Night at the Mambo Club! How might your life unfold? A splash of French perfume! That dazzling shade of aquamarine, enhancing your statuesque curves! You knew you looked ‘killer’…
“The evening had all the signs of magic ““ the pounding, sensual music, cool air wafting in across the veranda, a lustful, enticing glance from across the room”…”
“Then, there he was, blowing his rancid, stale beer breath into your face. You nearly gagged as he aspirated a noxious belch of ‘how-do-you-do’ into your nostrils. Liquor”…garlic”…cigarettes”…What a way to ruin the moment!”
Some women love beer breath. It reminds them of times past, when daddy carried them around the ball field on a steamy, Sunday afternoon. A rare few find beer breath to be sexy.
For the overwhelming majority, however, it is the kiss of death! Wouldn’t you love to hear their Ladies’ Room chatter?
“He had beer breath that could stun a moose at 100 miles.”
“I think beer breath lingers even after death.”
“Even the dog gave him the cold shoulder!”
“I could smell the awful stench of his sweaty beer breath.”
“Ugh! Nothing turns me off like the rank odor of bad beer breath.”
“…horrible… disgusting… stale… randy… ferocious… doggy… soooo unromantic!”
By the way, Ladies, it goes both ways!
“I hate the smell of skanky beer breath, especially on girls!”
Breath mints, chewing gum and mouthwash can mask unpleasant breath for short periods, but in most cases tend to make your breath smell like spearmint-garlic-flavored-beer. This does not add to the magnetic charisma of the night!
Germany has been the center of beer tradition for hundreds of years – a sign of excellence, marked by the tender balance between exacting chemistry and artistic craftsmanship.
It is no wonder that a German chemist has concentrated his efforts over a ten-year period to develop a gourmet breath lozenge that eliminates breath odor. This gourmet lozenge is known as BreathPatrol. Through a combination of water-soluble chlorophyll, citric acid and orange oil, an alkaline process neutralizes the natural body acids that cause bad breath. Be forewarned that your body’s metabolism can influence the duration of its effectiveness, causing the neutralization to last eight hours for those with a slow metabolism, but for only two hours in a person with a fast metabolic rate.
Chlorophyll is the element that is found in the photosynthetic process of plants, converting the sun’s energy into nourishment, allowing a plant to thrive. In the field of bio-herbal medicine, it is known to neutralize toxins, cleanse the body and purify the liver. It may have the effects of increasing the blood’s capacity to deliver oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body, and has antiseptic and antibacterial benefits.
Citric acid is a major carrier of biochemicals in the body’s energy system. It helps balance the ph of the body, and prevents the system from becoming too alkaline. Orange oil exhibits antioxidant properties, while acting as a base within the lozenge.
For maximum effectiveness, the lozenge must be dissolved slowly in the mouth, preferably by tucking it between your teeth and cheek. Sucking or chewing the drop can diminish its effectiveness. The tea berry flavor is not cloying, although a fresh, light sweetness lingers at the finish.
You can approach others with confidence in the exceptional effectiveness of BreathPatrol. For additional information online: http://BreathPatrol.com .
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