Mint + Myrrh Oil Swishing Serum

Mint + Myrrh Oil Swishing Serum

Living Libations

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Mint Myrrh Oil Swishing Serum is a masterful mix of time-treasured botanical-biotics including fortifying Frankincense, majestic Myrrh, potent Oregano, toning Sweet Thyme, therapeutic Tea Tree, and CoQ10 - all super-saturated in nutraceutical MCT coconut oil.

Oil pulling or swishing is a current health craze, yet it has been part of oral care routines since the early days of Ayurvedic and Egyptian self-care practices. 

This deep clean involves swishing botanical oil in the mouth for ten minutes. The oil draws impurities to itself, restoring balance to the entire oral environment. When the oil is released, toxins and odour causing bacteria go with it!

Powerful and genuinely gentle plant extracts and antibacterial ingredients offer deep oral care for the most sensitive mouths. Mint Myrrh Oil Swishing Serum anoints your mouth with effective essences to draw toxins, refresh the oral cavity, and address bad breath causing bacteria.

Mint Myrrh Oil Swishing Serum is the perfect partner for those who are sensitive to cinnamon. (If you are a cinnamon fan, check out our Happy Gum Drops + Oil Swishing Serum.)

Size: 50ml

Use: Swishing is easy as 1, 2, 3

  1. Proceed with Successful Self-Dentistry steps
  2. Swish Mint Myrrh Oil Swishing Serum for ten minutes, once a day
  3. Spit

Natural/Organic Ingredients

Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera) – Organic, unrefined coconut naturally contains both medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) and long-chain triglycerides (LCTs). The MCT, including caproic acid, caprylic acid, and capric acid, have incredible benefits for the mouth, body, and brain. MCT oil is potent and effective. Unlike whole coconut oil, MCT oil stays liquid at room temperature.

Frankincense (Boswellia carterii) - A liquid pearl of holy anointing oil from the tree of life, our Frankincense comes from Somaliland where they grow the highest quality of gum trees. This precious essence has been used to support clean teeth and fresh breath for thousands of years in Middle Eastern areas. It is common for Arabian people to chew the resin in their mouths. They know of its ability to eliminate bad breath causing bacteria and assist with removing plaque.

Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) - Myrrh is one of the oldest botanicals in the world. It has been mentioned in Egyptian texts including the Ebers Papyrus, which documents over eight hundred formulas. The Egyptians used large amounts of myrrh in rituals, remedies, cosmetics, and embalming. Myrrh’s oral history includes it being used as a soothing, calming essence for the mouth.

Peppermint (Mentha piperita) – Pure peppermint oil is potently purifying for the teeth, tongue, breath, and gums. Synthetic peppermint flavoring of menthol offers zero medicinal benefits, which is why we always opt for pure, freshly distilled peppermint oil captured and cared for by a fourth generation family of French distillers.

Sweet Thyme (Thymus officinalis linalool) – Thyme linalool is a terrific toning agent for the entire mouth, with a gentle affinity for the gums. It is medicinally beneficial like regular thyme but gentler on delicate gum tissues.

Oregano (Origanum vulgare) – This herculean-heal-all hails from the harsh Mediterranean mountains. Wild oregano oil is packed with phenol compounds like carvacrol and thymol. It is a potent antibiotic and is keeps microbial balance in check and destroy the bacteria that cause plaque and gum disease.

Co-enzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a fat-soluble antioxidant with a chemical structure similar to vitamin K. It brings vitality to every cell in the body, and deficiency has been linked to periodontal disease.

Tea Tree Oil (Malaleuca alternifolia) – Traditional tea tree is naturally packed with magnificent mouth attendants. Potent plant compounds of cineole and propanol work to cleanse the mouth, balance bacteria and ease inflammation. Tea tree is said to decrease plaque and gingivitis and has been extensively studied for its role in oral health care by the Australian Dental Journal.



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