Support healthy teeth and gums with Oil Pulling Mouthwash.
Oil pulling is an ancient medicine protocol used to support general oral hygiene. Originating in the Ayurvedic traditions of ancient India, oil pulling refers to using an edible oil - typically a coconut or sesame oil, and sometimes other ingredients as well - which is then gargled or swished around in the mouth, similar to a modern day mouthwash.
Our Oil Pulling Mouthwash leverages the power of natural ingredients from Mother Nature. Formulated with a blend of organic, cold-pressed, unrefined sesame and coconut oils and botanicals to help detox, nourish and support healthy teeth and gums. We've added activated charcoal for additional detox benefits.
100% Vegan, cruelty-free & non-GMO. Pure, minimally processed and nutrient dense. Made with ingredients clean enough to eat, but we don't recommend it!
Our Step-By-Step Guide to Oil Pulling
- Improve oral hygiene
- Whiten teeth
- Strengthen gum tissue
- Reduce inflammation
- Fewer cavities
- Maintain fresh breath
Measure out your desired amount - about 2 teaspoons to one tablespoon should be plenty - of your oil pulling product (see our recommendations below) and spoon it into your mouth but do not swallow.
Swish the oil around your entire mouth thoroughly - side to side and around the gums - as if you were rinsing with a mouthwash. Also be sure to force a bit of oil through the teeth in order to remove debris from between the teeth. If your mouth starts to feel too full from accumulation and froth, you can spit a small amount into a trashcan and then keep moving the remaining product around as before.
In the beginning, you can start with just five minutes of oil pulling, but then for added benefit you may want to work your way up to as long as 20 minutes.
Never swallow the oil following oil pulling. Once complete, you will want to spit any remaining oil into a trashcan. Rinsing into a sink is not recommended, as this may cause clogging or buildup in your sink. You can then rinse your mouth with fresh, clean water.
Additional information that may interest you:
Oil Pulling: Why it Should Be in Your Oral Care Routine
Effect of oil pulling on plaque induced gingivitis: a randomized, controlled, triple-blind study
Effect of oil pulling on halitosis and microorganisms causing halitosis: a randomized controlled pilot trial
Tooth brushing, oil pulling and tissue regeneration: A review of holistic approaches to oral health