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Pre-Portioned Coconut Pulling Oil Case of 4

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Love this

1/11/2019 by Beth

I've been pulling for years, it keeps my mouth and teeth so clean. Love these packets, great for travel!

5

good for you

10/15/2017 by Dave

my wife got this and started using it, so now I use it all the time too. it's easy and really does make a difference.

4

convenient

2/14/2019 by Kym

I liked the flavors. As long as you heat up the contents, the product isn't bad to use. Shipping is too high to Alaska to continue use.

4

New Experience

9/11/2017 by bebe

This is a New process for
Enjoy the results teeth looks whiter cleaner healthier gums
Will tell other about convience of the packaging
Makes easy to try something new that's good for you

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The Masigi Story

Do your teeth need an oil change?

Oil Better

Get in on the coconut oil pulling trend with Masigi’s perfectly-portioned packages.

“What is oil pulling?” you might ask. For the uninitiated, it’s an ancient oral care practice of swishing with coconut oil and “pulling” it between your teeth. It can remove toxins, whiten teeth, strengthen the jaws, and even clear sinuses.

You could scoop solid coconut oil out of a jar, then put it in your mouth to liquefy. Or you could use the tidier, more precise packets from Masigi. Their single-serve tubes have a perfect portion of coconut oil, with added organic essential oil to enhance the flavor. Before
you open the package, warm the oil between your palms to make it liquid.

As for the science behind oil pulling, it’s simple. The microorganisms living in your mouth are covered in a fatty membrane. When another fat (i.e., the coconut oil) touches them, they stick together. Swish moderately for 10 to 20 minutes to sweep up those toxins, then spit the oil out. It’s important to remember that while coconut oil benefits you, it won’t benefit your home’s plumbing. Always dispose of the oil in a trashcan, not the toilet or sink.
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