DO NOT SWALLOW. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
USE WITHIN 6 MONTHS OF OPENING
How to Do Oil Pulling in 4 Simple Steps
Measure one tablespoon of oil swish it around in your mouth for 15–20 minutes, being careful not
to swallow any.
Spit the oil into a trash can once you are done. Avoid spitting it into the sink or toilet, as this can
cause a build-up of oil, which may lead to clogging.
Rinse your mouth well using water before eating or drinking anything.
Repeat these steps a few times per week or up to three times daily. You may also want to work
your way up, starting with swishing for just 5 minutes and increasing the duration until you are able
to do it for a full 15–20 minutes.
For best results, most recommend doing this first thing in the morning on an empty stomach,
although you can adapt based on your personal preferences.
Benefits of Oil Pulling
Oil pulling is an ancient practice that involves swishing oil in your mouth to remove bacteria and
promote oral hygiene. Oil pulling can kill bacteria in the mouth and improve dental health. Some alternative medicine
practitioners also claim that it can help treat several diseases. Some types of oil also contain properties that can naturally reduce inflammation and bacteria to
promote oral health.
Can Kill Harmful Bacteria in Your Mouth
Helps Reduce Bad Breath
May Help Prevent Cavities
Helps to Reduce Inflammation and Improve Gum Health
The anti-inflammatory effects of oil pulling may have a beneficial effect on certain conditions linked
There is anecdotal evidence that oil pulling could be a natural way to whiten your teeth. It can pull
stains from the surface of teeth, resulting in a whitening effect, although there is no scientific
research to back this up.
Oil pulling may decrease harmful bacteria in your mouth, prevent plaque formation and improve
both gum health and oral hygiene.
It should not be used in place of traditional oral hygiene practices, such as brushing your teeth,
flossing, getting routine cleanings and consulting your dentist regarding any oral hygiene problems.
When used as a supplementary treatment, oil pulling may be a safe and effective natural remedy to
improve your oral health.