Oil Pulling Antibacterial Mouthwash with Mint 100 ml
Following ancient Ayurvedic remedies, this mouthwash with antibacterial properties is obtained. With organic mint essential oil.
- Efficient removal of bacteria
- Without Fluorine. Without alcohol. Without glycerin
This 100% natural mouthwash is made with only natural ingredients. They do not contain harmful or toxic chemicals such as triclosan, SLS, sweeteners, fluoride, foaming agents, glycerin, etc.
Toothpastes and rinses from Georganics have pleasant flavors provided by their essential oil blends, based on Ayurvedic remedies.
The result is a mixture with natural antimicrobial and soothing properties that reduce the amount of harmful bacteria present in the mouth.
Contains Mint essential oil with organic certification . Peppermint essential oil is extremely effective in eliminating anaerobic bacteria in the mouth. This type of bacteria can cause gum disease.
100% Natural and Organic • NO fluoride • NO alcohol • NO glycerin • Vegan
Virgin Coconut oil * ^, Caprylic-Capric triglyceride (from Coconut oil)^, Peppermint essential oil * ^, Tea Tree essential oil * ^, Basil essential oil * ^, Lime essential oil * ^
* Certified organic/bio ingredients.
^ Food grade ingredients
1. Shake the bottle so that the ingredients are mixed well.
2. With 15-20ml (1-2 tablespoons) of the oil, rinse for 5-20 minutes, the longer the better. The longer you move the oil around in your mouth, the more microbes are expelled. Rinsing should be done long enough for the oil to turn white, indicating that the bacteria have been washed away.
3. Spit carefully into the sink
Make sure that no water or moisture enters the bottle by closing the cap tightly. Store in a dry place at room temperature of at least 20°C (since being made with Virgin Coconut Oil it will tend to become solid below 15°C-20°C)
How does Coconut Oil Rinse work?
The way it works is simple. As the oil reaches the teeth and gums, the microbes are picked up as if they were being attracted by a very powerful magnet. Bacteria hiding under the crevices in the gums and in the pores and tubules inside the teeth are sucked out of their hiding places and remain firmly attached in the solution.