Dental work is expensive, and sometimes painful. It seems inevitable that we’re all going to be just like grandma with our own dentures someday. But what if there was an inexpensive way to avoid fillings and root canals? What if you could actually heal cavities? Would you try it?
Trina Holden had painful sensitivity in her teeth. She investigated different ways to deal with that. Then she discovered oil pulling and decided to give it a chance. When her husband developed an ugly cavity, he tried it too. The results they had may shock you!
How to Oil Pull With Coconut Oil
Scoop about 2 tsp. of coconut oil out of your jar and pop it in your mouth.
Chew or hold the oil in your mouth till it melts and becomes liquid (takes about 30 seconds).
Start swishing, pulling the oil back and forth and sideways through all your teeth.
Swish for 20 min., spitting the oil out (into the trash) when you’re finished.
Why Oil Pulling works:
Your teeth are actually porous, comprised of yards and yards of minute passages (like a sponge) that bring nutrients to the outer enamel when good nutrition is present in your diet…or suck toxins into the teeth when nutrition is lacking. Oil itself has the ability to cut right through plaque to the tooth surface, and coconut oil in particular has rich, anti-bacterial properties. It’s believed that one of the reasons oil pulling strengthens teeth is that it can help reverse the flow of toxins, pulling bacteria out of the teeth, and becoming a vehicle to dispose of toxins. Also, we’ve found the swishing action can be as effective as flossing, without any damage to gums.