Brilliant Black Oil Pulling

Terra & Co.


Oil pulling for fresher breath and whiter teeth

Brilliant Black Oil Pulling oil is a superb blend that combines the power of oil pulling with the stain removing properties of activated charcoal. Added peppermint oil keeps your breath minty fresh.

This powerful Ayurvedic practice of swishing oil in your mouth has been used for generations to help clean, whiten and detoxify teeth and gums.

Made in the USA

This information is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any diseases. Please consult with your health care professional if you're pregnant or nursing or have any serious condition.

  • How to use: 

    Shake well before use. Pour 1 teaspoon of the oil in the mouth and gently swish and swirl for up to 20 minutes daily. Spit the oil into the trash can. Do not swallow. When finished rinse well with warm water and brush teeth as normal. Oil pulling is best done first thing in the morning - before eating or drinking anything.

  • Ingredients: Fractionated coconut oil, coconut oil, activated charcoal (from bamboo), peppermint oil, vitamin E.
  • Does oil pulling take the place of brushing or is brushing still recommended? Oil pulling is to be used in combination with proper brushing. We recommend oil pulling first thing in the morning - before eating or drinking. Follow by brushing as normal or try a biodegradable toothbrush.

    What is the difference between this and pure coconut oil? Coconut oil has natural anti-bacterial properties which make it an excellent choice for oil pulling. Brilliant black oil pulling has a coconut oil base with added activated charcoal - a superb addition for its stain removing properties.

    Why do I need to spit the oil into the trash again and not my sink? The oil may thicken and clog pipes. Do not swallow the oil - it contains bacteria and toxins that were in your mouth.

    Does oil pulling help with gingivitis? The lauric acid in coconut oil is believed to help reduce bacterial growth in your mouth, strengthen your teeth and reduce inflammation in your gums.

    Is the mint flavor really strong? No. The flavor is very mild.

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