The Benefits of Oil Pulling with Coconut Oil

Nov 04, 2017

Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil

If you are an avid follower of natural medicine, you have probably seen or heard of oil pulling. While many people are aware of the practice, though, others are skeptical and don't actually realize how beneficial it is.

Continue reading to learn everything you need to know about oil pulling with coconut oil, and once you're finished, try it for yourself. You'll be glad you did!

Earth Clinic Readers Love Oil Pulling with Coconut Oil

Julie LOVES oil pulling!

[YEA]I have been oil pulling for approximately one month and my teeth feel wonderful and the cleanest they ever felt. My skin is so clear and my brown spots on my hand and arm are fading. I no longer get headaches. My nasal passages are always clean - no allergy headaches this spring! The arthritis in my knees is so much better. I am also sleeping better. I will continue to do this. Its the best thing ever!!!!!! LOVE IT!

Dani says that her teeth became whiter and less sensitive.

[YEA]I have suffered with very sensitive teeth for years and avoided going to the dentist for fear of the pain that comes with a checkup and clean. That is until I started oil pulling with coconut oil. After a week of oil pulling for approx 10 mins a day 5 days a week all sensitivity was gone and I stopped using sensitive toothpaste. My teeth became whiter and most soreness went, I just had a very slight tenderness around the my bottom 4 front teeth. So I went to the dentist expecting cavities and was told that there were none and I was doing a good job cleaning my teeth despite avoiding the dentist for many years. After having a proper clean my teeth look and feel amazing. The oil pulling sorted out my sensitivity and improved my gums and oral health so that I didn't suffer pain or feel embarrassment at the dentist. I will continue to oil pull so that sensitivity doesn't return. Thanks again earth clinic.

What is Oil Pulling?

Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic medical treatment; however, oil pulling has made a popular comeback in recent years. That is because oil pulling is cheap, easy to do, effective and safe.

Oil pulling is really simple. All you do is swish a small amount of natural oil through the mouth and then spit it out. While it may seem strange, oil pulling boasts big benefits, as it literally pulls the toxins from the body and removes them as you spit them out.

How does Oil Pulling Work?

Sound too simple to be true? Well, it's not. The process really is that simple and that beneficial. Oil pulling has a unique effect on the body. The friction created by rolling and pushing the oil around the mouth generates a unique cleansing effect in the mouth. This effect is exactly what cleans the oral cavity and removes toxins. The process not only eliminates bacteria in the mouth, however. It also removes bacteria and pathogens from the rest of the body.

Do I Have to Use Coconut Oil?

A number of different types of oil can be used, but coconut oil is considered the best option for specific results. Coconut oil has been found to have the greatest whitening effect on the teeth as well as eliminating certain types of bacteria. So, no, you don't have to use coconut oil, but it is the most effective for certain results.

To learn more about the benefits offered by different oils, read Sandy's incredible Oil Pulling Compilation, based on hundreds of testimonials from Earth Clinic readers!

How to Do Oil Pulling

  1. Put a tablespoon of your favorite oil into your mouth first thing in the morning.
  2. Swish the oil in your mouth and move jaws up and down as if chewing. The idea is to keep the oil moving.
  3. Do this for 15-20 minutes. If you can't do it that long, just do what you can. It becomes easier.
  4. Do not swallow the oil; it is collecting the bacteria in your mouth.
  5. Spit out the oil, rinse your mouth with water and brush your teeth.

The Advantages of Oil Pulling with Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is considered one of the most effective oil options and is believed to help in the following ways.

  • Improved oral health;
  • Eliminating bacteria;
  • Whitening the teeth;
  • Freshening breath;
  • Treating migraines and tension headaches;
  • Alleviating chronic pain;
  • Helping arthritis.

Oral health has a unique tie to overall health. That being said, oil pulling is a particularly effective treatment option as it naturally improves oral health and, in turn, alleviates a number of general health conditions. So, will you try it for your health?

Continue reading below for more reviews from Earth Clinic readers who have tried oil pulling with coconut oil. Some of the feedback will astound you! Let us know what you think!



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Posted by North Cascadian (Portland, Oregon) on 01/13/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have been doing oil pulling since 2009, eight years. I began with Sesame Oil, but now use Organic Coconut oil. All of the drama of oil pulling happens at the beginning, when I started my sinuses had been clogged for most of my life, basically unable to breath through my nose. When I started op I coughed up so much phlegm! I basically stopped going to the dentist once I started op, my overall health and resilience is quite high. I feel it when I have to skip op for any reason. My technique is once in the morning, before my partner gets up for 15 to 30 minutes. After spitting it out in the toilet I take a glass of warm/hot water with about a teaspoon of salt and a teaspoon of baking soda mix and then alternate between swishing and gargling until I have gone through the glass, this part often takes 5 minutes.

This one health approach can help so many people! Please try it.

Replied by Michael
New Zealand
01/13/2017

I have not posted for a few days so you may be thinking I have died and gone to Heaven!? Not a bit of it. I have just had my blood pressure checked and YES, there IS some pressure there-yes indeed siree I Even though said BP was taken by a pretty, young nurse, I am 136 over 81 and you may be asking "What the heck has that got to do with me oh my gosh by crikey?". Nothing whatsoever maybe.

Well here's the thing, I used to be much higher than that! When I was working overseas I was in a fairly high-stress occupation in arduous conditions and not on an ideal diet. I had the occasional trip to see my favourite Indian Homoeopath, who lived on the tenth floor of this dilapidated, old building in which the lift had broken down way back in 197?, so I had to climb all the stairs. She insisted on taking my BP when I reached the top and started to tut tut her way through my diagnosis. She recorded my BP in a card system only she could operate. It was indexed by First names I think, like the telephone book in that country. I would have been listed as "Mr. Michael" had I had a land line. The Indians have a finely tuned sense of humour. I pleaded for ten minutes by her fan after braving such a climb and the 45 degree centigrade heat outside. Never mind.

To-day I have just returned from a visit to the A & E Department of our local hospital which is an hour away from here. Although there were only a few people waiting (I made sure I got there at opening time) we had to wait almost two hours to get as far as the Good Doctor. In the mean time the nurse had checked my BP and filled in the usual form. She seemed genuinely surprised to see that my BP was 136/81 for an older guy who might be expected to be above that. Not the BP of a twenty year old but still not too bad. The two hour wait, reading articles on the British Royal Family's scheming and in-fighting, as well as the various and many latest disappointments of Jennifer Aniston, must have served to calm down my fevered brow from my usual agitated state. Tough love is the story Jennifer.... if I may be so bold. I was a naughty boy and tossed my dummy and my BP pills away about a year ago and vowed to henceforth lead the Monastic Lifestyle to boot. Although not World Famous for being consistent (more like a butterfly really), what I have done is the Oil Pulling with Coconut oil in the morning first thing for many months now. That and doing the early flush with Lemon / Lime juice, the ACV, then the ACV AND Bicarbonate of Soda, Molasses drink, MSM, Alfalfa, a broad-spectrum Multi-Vitamin, plus occasional Magnesium Chloride Liquid and two or three Vit. C tablets (1000mg) per week and Ted's Borax Protocol.

I usually take weekends off to give the bod a rest......!! ( I was tempted to change to Sesame Seed oil instead of CO but all they had at the local health food store was toasted stuff so I steered clear of it). I too have suffered from Sinus problems my whole life. I seem clear at the moment but I am waiting for the wet weather, when I might have to use the Nettie Pot again. Alfalfa tabs have really helped "unclog me". Try them for a week. Sensational relief for me. I was interested to learn about the swishing with Salt and BS. Might try that one. Is there any harm in just swallowing the CO after one has been doing this pulling for a few weeks I sometimes wonder? Pity to waste such good stuff!

Moral to convoluted diatribe above? None! Only (1) that the CO may have helped to lower the BP. I admit to taking a spoonful whenever I remember to do it. Also, (2) thanks to M to M for the Turmeric poultice recipe and I tried Avocado oil, Turmeric and Black Pepper as a paste. Gave relief on the knee overnight. Whoopee! I will be running soon. And (3) Try the Alfalfa to unclog the Tubes. Hooray. More from Down Under from one who is not yet "Down Under"!

Cheers, Michael


Posted by Tracy (South Africa) on 09/19/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Oh, my word. I'm so glad I found oil pulling. I stopped smoking about 6 months ago and I think when you stop giving your body those chemicals, your body can finally try to rid itself from all the toxins, well my teeth started going yellow all of a sudden!

So, I searched for a remedy and found oil pulling. I decided to use coconut oil because of the added benefit of the antibacterial and anti fungal properties. I've been oil pulling with coconut oil for three months now and not only have my teeth started to whiten again, but I have noticed a decrease in eczema symptoms (which is probably also related to the smoking).

What I do is add a few drops of clove oil and lavender to help fight off any bad stuff (including germs that cause colds) and then before I use pop it into my mouth, I rub it on my face. My skin is looking amazing too!!


Posted by Barb (Indiana) on 08/21/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I started oil pulling about 3 weeks ago. I can't believe the result already. I'm using organic coconut oil. What are thoughts about OP at night instead of in the morning? Any commentary would be appreciated. Thanks.


Posted by Amy J (Oregon, US) on 01/26/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I have no negatives when it comes to oil pulling.

I have been doing it with coconut oil for nearly one month, and while I do not have any miraculous things going on, there are a few major differences I noticed after a couple weeks of doing it, and if I miss a day, I notice things start to regress in some areas.

Being that I am a singer, the biggest change I have noticed, though I didn't realise until a few days ago it was related, was the regaining the lowest parts of my low register. I lost it some time ago due to allergies, occasionally I'd get glimpses of it, but it never quite came back for good.

Over the last few weeks, I noticed my voice deepening a lot. Now, I have a huge vocal range spanning close to 4 octaves, but I lost a good octave due to the allergies, maybe more than that. I still haven't regained the highest parts of my upper register, but we'll see if over time, oil pulling helps that as well.

It has certainly helped with gum inflammation, I had some inflamed areas, and they are now normal and my gums don't look red anymore either, but healthy and pink. :)

I got frequent sinus infections, and while I may get some sinus pressure every now and then, for the most part, my sinuses are pretty cleared up and I don't get massive sinus headaches anymore.

For me, those 3 things are enough to keep oil pulling, even if I never see any new benefits down the road.

God Bless ~Amy

Replied by Karenb
Anchorage, Alaska
08/05/2015

Reading the posts here has convinced me to try oil pulling. I have teeth cavities and loose teeth. I also get mouth sores a lot. I hope this is the remedy that I've been looking for.

Replied by Donna
Scotland
02/11/2017

i have the same problem & I also have a small denture, not sure how to use it.


Posted by K Hagan (New Jersey, US) on 12/01/2014 1 posts
5 out of 5 stars

I read about oil pulling about six years ago. At that time, I oil pulled with sesame oil for a few weeks but stopped because I read somewhere that it messes up your tooth enamel. I had a post nasal drip. It cleared my nasal passage and I coughed up mucus. About four months ago, I started experiencing joint pain in my hips. I considered going to the doctors but decided to explore earth clinic once again. I have been oil pulling for the past two months with organic coconut oil. My nasal passage is clear, I coughed up mucus, (my mucus went from green to clear in color), fresher breath, whiter teeth, gums are not as sensitive, joint pain in my hips is 90% better and I less back pain too. I plan to continue oil pulling and try different oils. I am so thankful for this website. It has saved me and my children money and time spent at the doctors office.


Posted by Gail (US) on 10/02/2014
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

I started oil pulling with coconut oil 5 days ago . After my first pulling, I was nauseated, but my teeth were whiter and less sensitive . The next morning I awoke with a dull headache that lasted for 3 days , and I was nauseated again after my second op with co . The 3rd day I broke out with blisters around my mouth and I felt very hot but not like a hot flash kind of hot also the third night after I did the op I was getting ready for bed and I started feeling very stressed and depressed . The next morning when I woke up I felt okay . I then read on this site that it could of been because I was detoxing copper from my brain which made me feel relieved . Also on the 3rd day my jaws started hurting and on the 5th day I notice my tongue has turned white not coated white but actually my tongue is white . My jaws still hurt . Will continue although I think I will try sunflower and olive oil I will still use co too . Like this site so very informative . It's nice to hear from people who have some of the problems I do .

Replied by Bee
New York, NY, US
10/02/2014

Hi Gail ;; (U.S.)

I am oil pulling and the first few days I felt like I had the flu.... Its def. detox or die off symtpoms.. They are less now and I have been oil pulling for a month....A lot of plague came off my teeth... gums are better and teeth are whiter. I use organic safflower oil.

Replied by Gail
Defuniak Springs, FL, US
10/02/2014
0 out of 5 stars

I guess I have a yeast problem and heavy metals . I'm looking forward to feeling better I just hope it doesn't take a month . Thanks for the encouragement and I hope OP continues to help you too.


Posted by Nora (Kentucky, Usa) on 08/10/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I tried organic virgin coconut oil for oil pulling which I had never heard about until now and I love it! It actually solved my oral issues when not even commercial mouth wash would, including my toothpaste! Unbelievable, if I hadn't tried it I would not have believed it, but I told myself, (what can I lose, so , I tried it and after about a month to a month and a half, great results, my mouth has totally healed! ) . I even read the website "wellness mama" and the other health benefits of extra virgin organic coconut oil and wow, even changed my toothpaste from flouride to the same mixture on this lady's website to try it out and it works! I am also looking into anti-inflammatory foods and detox foods to aid in better over-all health and flush out the toxins for myself and my family. I've always tried to watch what I eat and eat healthy, but there's always room for improvement. I do what I can, though, given a very tough economy still right now, so this coconut oil pulling is really helping and I think I'll stick with it.


Posted by Joojoo (Tampa, Fl) on 07/16/2014
0 out of 5 stars

I have used coconut oil for oil pulling the last 2 days. Part of my gum is inflamed today, like red, puffy, and it feels kind of raw when I touch them with my tongue. I looked everywhere on the internet, and haven't seen anyone with the same experience. Is this normal? Are there ways to heal the gum or should I just keep pulling? I do have lots of fillings and 2 root canals. Thank you!

Replied by Rama
India
11/19/2014
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

I had done OP off and on from the time I heard about it, which was more than 20 years ago. Sometimes , due to certain reasons I might have stopped for a short while , and would have totally forgotten about this therapy.

Then few years back again I started it, and did it regularly 3 times a day, and that was the time got so many blisters in my mouth. I still continued with great difficulty , thinking it was okay, as it must be all the toxins coming out and they would go away, as Sesame oil is also good for treating ulcers anyway in India.

But then I could not even open my mouth it was so painful, that I had to visit a doctor and get medicines to get rid of the blisters. After that, I decided I will not try OP.

Now again I suddenly remembered it and as I am in my 50s with all the associated problems related to this age, I thought I would start again.

So I started with once a day early in the morning and slowly as the week progressed I have started doing it twice a day.

Till now I have had no problems and I really like doing it.I also have not noticed any positive changes in me, but that is okay, we have to give time to healing to see results. I am willing to wait. I feel I must have got too excited and had started doing 3 times previously, that is why too many toxins were released and caused the blister problem. This time I am more sensible, if I see some problem, I would reduce it to once a day, and see when I can re start it to twice a day, or even stop it for a while I have no doubt in my mind regarding its goodness. I have done it both with sesame oil as well as coconut oil. I don't like sun flower and olive oil. I would keep alternating between Coconut and sesame oil.

I will soon get back with my updates.

Replied by Timh
KY
11/20/2014

I have found that walking around or even sitting upright in a vertical position is not ideal for Oil Pulling. Recline your body 45 degrees and the pull is much more effective.

Replied by Marilyn
Usa
04/05/2015

I would think reclining 45 degrees while oil pulling would make it really hard not to swallow the oil.


Posted by Julie (Clarksburg, Md) on 04/21/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have been oil pulling for approximately one month and my teeth feel wonderful and the cleanest they ever felt. My skin is so clear and my brown spots on my hand and arm are fading. I no longer get headaches. My nasal passages are always clean - no allergy headaches this spring! The arthritis in my knees are so much better. I am also sleeping better. I will continue to do this. Its the best thing ever!!!!!! LOVE IT!

Replied by Janine
Perth, Western Australia
01/23/2015

I'm not sure how I can contribute to this site. But obviously I can't send a message to you. There are so many people that dont believe this. I am not normally an alternate person but I have been trying this for 3 days only. I was due for a dental appointment but the plaque on my teeth is becoming lesses and lesser. I originally googled this for a throat mucous problem which I have had for 12 years and no doctors prescription has been able to fix. 3 days later my throat feels fabulous apart from being quite dried out which makes it hard to swallow but I just buy lozengers. I disagree with the dentists clean and scale treatment that we have here in oz as I think that it thins your teeth down. I am totally amazed by what coconut oil has done so far. I'm sorry to bother you but thank you.

Replied by Rsw
Uniontown, Oh
01/23/2015

Hi Janine,

We are grateful that you have taken time to contribute your findings on the recent oil pulling. It is with joy that we hear it is working out. You will never bother us with any comment, good or bad, on your experience with a remedy or question about a problem. We all enjoy learning from each other at Earth Clinic! Thanks.

Replied by Mary
Inverclyde Scotland
07/14/2016

I am ready to start OP in the morning and my main aim is to, hopefully, remove tartar build up I have on my teeth and cleanse my gums. I have coconut oil so I hope this will work for me. Can anyone advise if it does work for the tartar please xx


Posted by Layla14 (San Jose, Ca) on 03/11/2014
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

I am 28 yrs. old, female at around 148 lbs., 5'5". I am pretty healthy overall, with minor skin concerns. I made a choice to start trying different types of Ayurvedic therapy and to start using more organic body products without all the chemical/parabens. I firmly believe that I can be healthier (along with a clean diet & exercise of course) without relying on medicine/chemical crap, so that is the reason why I have taken it upon myself to do research on Ayurveda & holistic health :)

Currently suffer from certain things: occasional dandruff, some scalp psoriasis, oily skin, keratosis pilaris (upper arm), fatigue, unhealthy weight (in my opinion, I want to be at 130 lbs.), occasional mood and mild depression. Also my knee joints will start hurting if I put too much stress on them (i.e running more than 5 miles). I also feel that I drink too much alcohol/usually social binge drinking weekends and sometimes weekdays. I know, it's bad!

I started oil pulling 3 days ago with coconut oil for 10 mins. first thing in the morning. The side effects of detoxing did not start until this morning (third day), I woke up feeling hot (flu-like symptoms), groggy, and just moody. Throughout the day I have been feeling somewhat nauseated as well. I've noticed that after my first OP, I've had really deep sleep accompanied with vivid dreams!

Positives haven't been significant, since it's still too early to tell...but just like with other people... I have seen that my skin looks somewhat smoother, teeth are whiter, my vision seems a lot clearer too (colors are more vibrant), good quality sleep, and I have also been leaning on to craving healthier foods. My cravings for salt & sugar seem to be decreasing as well.

I am going to continue with OP and I'll check back in within a few weeks! Hopefully will see more benefits :)

Replied by Carol
Braintree, Ma
03/24/2014

The oil I bought was in a jar and is solid, will that work as well?

Replied by Liz
Boston, Massachusetts
03/25/2014

It's supposed to be solid, so the answer to your question is yes. It will liquefy once it is in your 98.6 degree mouth. :) The entire jar will become liquid when the weather is warmer.

Replied by Barbyb
Connecticut
07/15/2015

I am only into my second day of OP and have experienced clean feeling teeth and mouth only. I am committed to this process so I will check back in as I go along.

You might want to try the WO (water only) haircare routine for your scalp problems. I am into my fifth month of showering with water only. My hair has gone through some adjustments but is clean and healthy and the natural wave and curl are returning. My skin is smooth and clear. Body odor minimal and I combat that with the application of coconut oil which seems to help.

I am hoping that OP will add into my WO therapy and I can become healthier. I am 77 yrs old and this is all good.


Posted by Jdwarner (Des Moines, Iowa) on 03/08/2014

Hi, I did my research on this oil pulling and decided to start doing this myself. I am on day one. I chose organic coconut oil. I decided first thing in the morning and in the shower was the best time for me to do this. I have a few questions. I find it hard number one to do it the entire 20 min as most say, is it still effective if I do it less amount of time? And second, I know I swallowed a very small amount because I found it difficult not to with all the swishing and and saliva that was worked up. Is this bad?

Replied by Pc
Uk
03/09/2014

Do not swallow any! 10 minutes is better than none. Try building up to 20 minutes. It takes time.

Replied by Andrea C
Wales
04/24/2014

Do it for a few minutes, like as long as you can tolerate and work your way up. Love Andrea C xxxx


Posted by Lydia (Dallas,texas) on 12/10/2013
5 out of 5 stars

Hi All. I started oil pulling 2 weeks ago, with coconut oil. when I began the end result when I spit out was very foamy and white. NOw when I spit out , it's not foamy or white, it's just like spitting out oil and saliva... Is this goood or bad? or normal? My teeth still feel very clean afterwards, and I've had the best poops EVER, since I started oil pulling. Anyway just wondering about why there is no more white foamy stuff. thanks.

Replied by Terri
Los Angeles
12/11/2013

Lynn...The guy at Trader Joes just told me about Oil Pulling and everything he said is exactly what happened to you. I think it is great. I am going to get some coconut oil and start right away. He has been doing it for 3 yrs & said he has never felt better. Keep it up.

Replied by Starrynight3
Denver, Colorado
02/24/2014

I am now oil pulling with coconut oil for the first time as I type this. I have quite a few upper crowns (about 6) Does it effect crowns? I notice it says it makes teeth whiter, probably natural teeth right? Should I brush first or just after? Is Tom's toothpaste ok?


Posted by Tony (Singapore) on 12/01/2013

I have been doing oil pulling for some weeks with coconut oil. recently when I spat out the oil, some spilled on toilet seat and after some time, I notced some ants on the seat. any explanation ? thank you. regards

Replied by Doshee
San Francisco, Ca
01/02/2014

Don't spit coconut oil down your toilet or sink drains. They WILL clog up!

Replied by Ana
Homestead, Fl
01/17/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I started oil pulling with 1 teaspoon of coconut oil last month and although I have yet to see improvements, I remain hopeful. I started oil pulling after reading about the health benefits of doing so, and hoping to help my teeth and strengthen my gums since they bleed a bit when I floss sometimes.

I also take 1 teaspoon of fish oil, sometimes flaxseed oil and pulverized egg shells in a glass of V8.

DO NOT spit out the coconut oil in the sink, IT WILL CLOG YOUR DRAIN!! Spit it out in a plastic bag and toss it after, then rinse your mouth with warm water, then swish a mix of baking soda and a bit of hydrogen peroxide for just a minute, spit it out, then brush your teeth as usual. Remember to "clean" your toothbrush after brushing your teeth, with some hydrogen peroxide to get rid of any bacteria.

Love this website!


Posted by Jenny (Brisbane, Australia) on 11/30/2013
5 out of 5 stars

Hi everyone, have been meaning to try oil pulling and finally started today. I have periodontal disease and broke a tooth recently about which I am terrified of going to the dentist - profit driven like medical - so I decided to try some self help. I am using coconut oil which I already use for cooking, face moisturiser etc. and I found it easy to do but accidentally spat it out in the shower about 10 minutes in. Even with this short time, I have noticed a difference in my mouth! Teeth feel cleaner, smoother, and my mouth is fresher. I heard its also good for chronic sinusitis which I have so we will see.

After doing the oil pulling, I brushed my teeth with borax and baking soda, and then rinsed with sea salt in water.

I plan to do it each day and get up to the required 20 minutes. What do I have to lose - this is a natural product.

Will post again in a couple of weeks to report on results.

Jenny

Replied by Debbie
Ny, Usa
12/30/2014

Go to a dentist too! It cost money to be specially trained - don't wish they cost less - work on making more $. You are taking care of your physical health - put same energy into your financial health - focus on the end result and be the person you need to be to have the result and start doing the actions necessary. Be, Do, Have - then you can help other people - help with dental bills and whatever else - and teach them to be successful like you are. Oral Health is so important! Go to the dentist too! Wishing you health and success


Posted by Malismjau (United Kingdom) on 10/26/2013
3 out of 5 stars

Better But With Side Effects

Hello! I'm 24 years old female. I started coconut oil pulling about 4 days ago. At the beginning only 10 min in the morning whilst taking shower and didn't notice any particular changes. Last two days I have been doing it 20 min in the morning before breakfast and 20 min before bedtime. I had root canal done on two of my molar teeth 4 years ago. To start with I had infections and I couldn't get rid of them but than it just stopped and I was getting jaw pains every now and than.... yesterday my gums swell around the two teeth, my jaw pains are constant, I had sore throat. This morning I woke up with less swelling. Still feeling horrible. Also noticed that I stink of sweat and it was so intense I had to run to shower straight away. I feel so unwell. I smoke about 6 cigarettes a day. Today I could barely handle one. Feel like I have no carvings at all. Smoke makes me cringe. I am convinced that all toxins and bacteria is leaving my body and I feel very unwell. But happy at the same time and wont stop. I cannot believe I haven't fond this cure before.

Replied by Earthy
Burbank, Ca
01/08/2014

Malismjau, did you start to feel better after using the coconut oil for a while? Do you still use it? Have you stopped smoking completely? Please let us know how you're doing.



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