Whiter Teeth Naturally: With Charcoal and Coconut Oil

Oil Pulling Is The Daily Morning Routine Of Swishing A Teaspoon Of Coconut (or Sesame) Oil In Your Mouth To Expel Bacteria and Naturally Whiten Your Teeth!

Oil-pulling originates in the Ayurvedic medicine. Every morning, before you brush your teeth, scoop a tablespoon of unrefined coconut oil (it tastes the best but you can also use Sesame oil..) and swish it in your mouth for as longer as you can  You will notice that you will easily work yourself to 15 minutes, which is ideal. Plus, swishing it energetically in your mouth sends sensory stimulus to your brain and awakens the nervous system. If you do it while you are making up your bad, dressing up, combing your hair, etc., time goes by very quickly!

There is no registered evidence that oil pulling is effective for everyone but I, myself, have been following this protocol for five years and have witnessed amazing benefits!

*No, you won’t get the Hollywood-star ultra spark but you will definitely improve your dental health, eliminate the morning breath and significantly boost the shine of your teeth.

You can do the oil pulling method daily (and is better if you do so) because it not only whitens your teeth but it also kills germs and removes plaque.

Second Tip: Charcoal 

  1. You need a dash of charcoal powder, a splash of a water and an old toothbrush! Brush your teeth as usual. Stir the charcoal powder with tiny bit of a water and swish it in your mouth for 2 to 5 minutes. The longer the better but start small so you don’t accidentally swallow it! I always use charcoal when I have an event and would like to have my teeth sparkly. I do it once or twice per month, usually.


Important! Do not spit the consistency in your toilet or sink because it may clog your pipes. I spit in my trash can.

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