Use This Safe And Healthy Ingredient And Say Good Bye To Bad Breath And Mouth Bacteria

Bad breath problem can be embarrassing and tough on those around you. Some people don’t realize their breath could peel paint because people are afraid to tell them.

Fortunately, this problem is often to fix. All you need to do is to have a good oral hygiene, a regular visit to your dentist, and ruling out any underlying conditions or other factors that could make your breath unpleasant.

It’s already given that everybody has nasty breath at some point, like when you get out of bed in the morning. but did you know that the foul oral odor is usually caused by a group of anaerobic, sulfur-producing bacteria that breed beneath the surface of the tongue and often in the throat and tonsil area.

Oil pulling

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Nowadays, few people used something they called oil pulling – which is kind of like using an oil as a mouthwash.

This process claimed to whiten your teeth, make your breath fresher and lead to massive improvements in oral health.

Oil pulling involves swishing oil around the mouth, using it as a mouthwash. It is considered as one of the most effective ancient dental care techniques.

This helpful technique improves your oral health by killing the bacteria in your oral cavity, removing bad breath and detoxifying your gum and teeth.

Oil pulling

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Oil pulling is quite easy to perform. All you need to do is put a tablespoon of oil in your mouth, then swish it for 15-20 minutes.

Then spit it out and wash your mouth with water. For best results, do the procedure in the morning on an empty stomach, or in the evening before going to bed.

Oil pulling

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Process:

Put about a tablespoon of oil (Vegetable oil, sesame oil, coconut oil, olive oil) in your mouth and swish it around your mouth for around 15-20 minutes.

During the swishing, the oil should become thicker and milky, and creamy white when you spit it out.

Then, wash your mouth with lukewarm water and brush your teeth as usual.

Note: It is best to do this process I an empty stomach before you brush your teeth. It is a bit difficult at first, but you’ll get to used to it after a few minutes.

Repeat the procedure regularly if you want to have a whiter and brighter teeth after just a week.

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