5. Sugar Free Gums
Chewing helps in stimulating the flow of saliva even after you’ve spitted the gum. While chewing the sugar free gums will temporarily relieve the dry mouth conditions but over time, it will contribute a lot in maintaining a proper flow of saliva in mouth.
Buy sugar-free gums that have the ADA Seal of Acceptance on them. These are the gums that hold true to its sugar-free label.
6. Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper is known to be a great saliva production stimulant. It’s probably one of the best remedies for dry mouth. It also helps bolster the taste buds.
Take a cayenne pepper and press a bit of it on a wet finger. Now, rub it around your tongue. You’ll feel a burning sensation for a while but it will effectively stimulate your salivary glands. If you don’t like rubbing on the tongue, sprinkle it on soups, salads and dishes.
7. Fennel Seeds
Fennel seeds are rich with flavonoids and helps to stimulate the flow of saliva in mouth. Its aromatic flavor also fights the bad breath caused due to dry mouth.
Just munch some fennel seeds as much as you can during the day. If not, mix fennel seeds and fenugreek in equal amounts, dry roast them, grind them, add some salt and eat ½ tsp. of it after every meal.