Oil pulling is a very old procedure used to clean your mouth.
This ancient way of detoxing your mouth, has gone slowly forgotten in the centuries. Fortunately this natural way of cleaning your teeth has not been lost and somebody kept doing it and passed it on for generations.
It’s a very simple procedure that must be done first thing in the morning on a empty stomach, before you even drink your first glass of water.
During the night the body gets rid of as many died cells and bacteria from the body. The mouth goes through the same process, and oil pulling helps you to eliminate those enemies.
There is nothing better than feeling your mouth healthy and being free to smile. This technique consist as follow.
Grab 1 table spoon of extra vergin cold pressed coconut oil and, in case you don’t have this oil and you want to start, you can use any oil, as long it is natural and organic. Put the solid coconut oil in your mouth and let it melt, once it reaches a watery consistence start swishing around naturally through out your teeth and gums. Keep doing it for 10-20 minutes, but if you feel the need to swallow, stop, spit it and start again, that oil is now filled with toxins and bacteria and you don’t want to put it back inside your body. Also in case you feel like you are producing to much saliva, spit and start again too.
Once you finished your time spit it in the bin or anywhere but not in your sink or toilet, fat will become solid again and obstruct your drains. Rinse your mouth with some warm water for few times and brush your teeth. Now you are starting your day like you never did before. Making something amazing for your body and for your soul.
Also Dentists are agreeing with this technique. I have been doing it for 5 weeks now and it became part of my daily routine. And I have seen big progresses.
I’m sure you will start soon and you’ll see and feel the benefits of it after only 1 week.
I would like to suggest you few video that I watched to make me understand the correct procedure and the benefits of it.
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