What is Oil Pulling??

WHAT IS OIL PULLING?

Oil pulling is our favorite natural way to get whiter teeth and fresh breath! If you’ve never heard of it, oil pulling is an ancient dental practice. It involves swishing a tablespoon of coconut oil daily in your mouth for 10-20 minutes to draw and pull out the toxins in your body.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF OIL PULLING?

The lists of benefits from oil pulling go on and on! Through our research we’ve found each person experiences different results. Many report benefits such as the following:

• Whiter Teeth
• Fresher Breath
• Improved Digestion 
• Reduced Headaches
• Cleaner Tongue and Mouth
• Better Immune System
• Healthier Gums
• Reduced Plaque
• Clearer, Softer Skin 
• Improved Skin Conditions (Eczema, Psoriasis etc)
• Balanced Hormones

Many people have had some amazing results from oil pulling and have incorporated it into their permanent beauty regime. Try it for yourself to see how your body benefits from it!

HOW DO YOU DO IT?

Oil pulling works best first thing in the morning, before eating, drinking, or brushing your teeth. Tear open a sachet and put it in your mouth. You can either put it directly into your mouth in solid form, or run the sachet under warm water so that it liquidizes. Swirl the oil through your mouth, gently pulling it through and around your teeth. Do not gargle or swallow the oil, as after pulling it will contain all the bacteria and toxins from your mouth. After 10-20 minutes, spit the oil into a trashcan and brush your teeth. Don’t forget to floss!

HOW LONG SHOULD YOU KEEP OIL PULLING FOR?

We’ve provided an easy, tasty way to incorporate oil pulling into your daily routine. While you will see results if used properly for 14 days straight, oil pulling benefits will only increase the longer you do it for! Many people have been oil pulling for years and continue to do so daily because they love it so much! 

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