Swirling this oil in your mouth can eliminate plaque and gingivitis and make your breath so amazing she’ll want to keep French kissing you, LOL.
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“I dated a girl once and all I had to do was count to three the right way. No touching. And she came so hard.”
This freshens breath so she’ll be kissing you more
Oil pulling — swirling oil around in the mouth — is a traditional indian folk remedy meant to extract toxins from the oral cavity.
While it has been used in ayurvedic medicine since time immemorial, the modern perspective on it has typically been quite condescending.
It was long seen as quackery, and even mocked by many practitioners.
Nonetheless, it appears that there is indeed some wisdom in this traditional remedy, as evidenced by recent research.
There is no doubt anymore: oil pulling is beneficial and helps improve oral health.
In particular, coconut oil has a myriad of interesting properties, including antibacterial effects, and for this reason, it has often been recommended for oil pulling purposes.
A recent paper has reviewed 42 studies, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of oil pulling with coconut oil in improving oral health and dental hygiene.
The authors concluded, in typical understated fashion:
“The limited evidence suggests that oil pulling with coconut oil may have a beneficial effect on improving oral health and dental hygiene.” – Woolley et al. (2020)
However, it is difficult to understand how anyone could consider the evidence “limited” at this point.
The effectiveness of oil pulling is probably linked to the choice of oil.
But in terms of coconut oil, its antibacterial properties (driven by lauric and caprylic acid) are widely known and help explain why it’s so effective.
Oil pulling with coconut oil seems to tackle many aspects of oral health:
- Reduces streptococcus mutans levels in the saliva, a bacteria commonly found in the oral cavity which otherwise contributes to tooth decay. Appears to be just as effective as a popular germicidal mouthwash.
- Decreases plaque-induced gingivitis over just a week, with statistically significant improvements over 30 days.
- Effective at reducing and controlling plaque
To implement oil pulling with coconut oil, a simple approach is to take one tablespoon of the hardened oil and let it melt in your mouth for a few seconds.
After that, it’s just a matter of swirling the oil around for several minutes (5 to 20 minutes).
The oil can then be spit out and discarded in compost or garbage (this is safer than the sink, because coconut oil is solid at room temperature and could clog up your plumbing)
Bottomline, oil pulling with coconut oil is a safe and effective way to improve and maintain oral health.
My 5-minute white smile secret
Those teeth whitening kits they sell at the grocery stores are really, really expensive.
And they don’t need to be.
Plus they are dangerous to your gums — get any on your gums and it may be a permanent scar.
So instead, I’m using my own little natural mixture to whiten my teeth at home. Safe and ultra effective.
It takes me less than 5 minutes to whip up and apply it and get whiter teeth every day…
…and it only costs a few pennies, not $15 or $20 like the drugstore kits cost.
And I’m finding that this makes my teeth really, really white without any painful sensitivity afterwards.
If any gets on my gums, no big deal, so I just apply it without worrying about where it goes.
So if you want to do what I’ve been doing to get whiter teeth at home the cheap, natural way, you can — for free!
Woolley, Julian et al. “The effect of oil pulling with coconut oil to improve dental hygiene and oral health: A systematic review.” Heliyon vol. 6,8 e04789. 27 Aug. 2020, doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e04789
Kaushik, Mamta et al. “The Effect of Coconut Oil pulling on Streptococcus mutans Count in Saliva in Comparison with Chlorhexidine Mouthwash.” The journal of contemporary dental practice vol. 17,1 38-41. 1 Jan. 2016, doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10024-1800
Peedikayil, Faizal C et al. “Effect of coconut oil in plaque related gingivitis - A preliminary report.” Nigerian medical journal : journal of the Nigeria Medical Association vol. 56,2 (2015): 143-7. doi:10.4103/0300-1652.153406 Oil pulling using coconut oil could be an effective adjuvant procedure in decreasing plaque formation and plaque induced gingivitis.
Ripari, Francesca et al. “The Role of Coconut Oil in Treating Patients Affected by Plaque-Induced Gingivitis: A Pilot Study.” European journal of dentistry vol. 14,4 (2020): 558-565. doi:10.1055/s-0040-1714194 The collected data showed significant and promising improvements in reducing plaque formation and gingivitis.
Sezgin, Y., Memis Ozgul, B., & Alptekin, N. O. (2019). Efficacy of oil pulling therapy with coconut oil on four-day supragingival plaque growth: A randomized crossover clinical trial. Complementary therapies in medicine, 47, 102193. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctim.2019.102193
Nagilla, J., Kulkarni, S., Madupu, P. R., Doshi, D., Bandari, S. R., & Srilatha, A. (2017). Comparative Evaluation of Antiplaque Efficacy of Coconut Oil Pulling and a Placebo, Among Dental College Students: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR, 11(9), ZC08–ZC11. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29207824/