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Question: How to handle bitter taste of mouth?

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Answer: Hello dear To get rid of mouth bitterness : 1. Eat or drink citrus fruit or juice 2. Use a saltwater rinse for gargling 3. Eat pickles 4. Clean ur tongue after eating 5. Drink plenty of fluids 6. Chew on sugar-free gum to help increase saliva production
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