Banyan Botanicals Oral Care: Daily Swish™ and Tongue Cleaner
Oil Pulling For Healthy Teeth & Gums
Available in Mint or Cinnamon Flavor
A Combination of Sesame and Coconut Oils Infused with Ayurvedic Herbs
- Supports overall oral health and hygiene
- Removes natural toxins from the mouth
- Moisturizes the mouth
- Freshens the breath
Holding oil in the mouth and gently “swishing” or “pulling” it back and forth through the teeth is an excellent way to support overall oral health and hygiene. Based on ancient Ayurvedic healing techniques, this simple practice has been receiving quite a bit of attention in the media lately as a way to remove plaque, whiten teeth. Daily Swish is a combination of sesame and coconut oils infused with Ayurvedic herbs traditionally used to support healthy teeth and gums, including the renowned formula triphala, which is clinically shown to support a healthy mouth.1, 2, 3 The herbal oil is flavored with a refreshing blend of peppermint and spearmint essential oils that leave your mouth feeling sparkling clean. Incorporate oil pulling into your daily routine and experience the fresher and healthier mouth that more and more people are raving about.
Place approximately 2–3 teaspoons (10–15 ml) of oil in the mouth and gently swish back and forth, occasionally pulling the oil through the teeth. Continue for at least a few minutes and up to twenty minutes. The longer you swish the greater the benefits. When finished, spit out the oil (do not swallow) and rinse the mouth with warm water. For best results, make this a regular part of your normal oral hygiene routine.
Twenty minutes may seem like a lot, but most find the investment of time worth it. Many people find it easy to fit into their routine by swishing while they shower, are getting dressed, or simply relaxing.
Keep out of the reach of children. If more than one dose is accidentally swallowed, seek professional advice immediately.
Serving size: 15 ml
Servings per container: 16
Ingredients (Mint): Refined Sesame Oil+, Refined Coconut Oil+, Guduchi+, Fennel+, Amalaki+, Haritaki+, Bibhitaki+, Peppermint essential oil+, Spearmint essential oil+.
Ingredients (Cinnamon): Refined Sesame Oil+, Refined Coconut Oil+, Guduchi+, Fennel+, Amalaki+, Haritaki+, Bibhitaki+, Cinnamon essential oils+, Clove essential oil+.
This item contains no animal products and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
WARNING: All oils make surfaces slippery and can be combustible. Use caution when drying or storing linens exposed to oils as they are potentially combustible when exposed to heat. Consult your dryer manufacturer’s guidelines for drying linens that have been in contact with oils.------------------------------------------------
Stainless Steel & Made in the USA
Benefits of Tongue Cleaning:
Reduces the toxins and bacteria on the tongue that cause bad breath
Enhances the sense of taste
Gently stimulates the internal organs
Helps eliminate unattractive coating on the tongue
We’ve all heard about the importance of healthy teeth and gums, but what about the health of the tongue? After all, the tongue is the first major organ in the body to come into contact with food. Undigested food particles that linger upon the tongue—often manifesting as a white, thick coat—can prevent the tongue from fully tasting flavors. This coating can also cause unwanted toxicity within the body, bad breath, and poor oral hygiene.
According to Ayurveda, cleaning the tongue every morning is an important part of the daily oral hygiene routine, along with regular brushing and flossing of the teeth. Gently scraping the tongue with a tongue cleaner can effectively reduce the bacteria in the mouth that cause bad breath. Our specially designed tongue cleaner is made in the U.S.A. with premium quality stainless steel.
1 Naiktari, RS; Dharmadhikari, C; Gurav, AN; Kakade, S. “Determining the Antibacterial Substantivity of Triphala Mouthwash and Comparing it with 0.2% Chlorhexidine Gluconate After a Single Oral Rinse: A Crossover Clinical Trial.” Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2018. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30631228/.
2 Naiktari, RS; Gaonkar, P; Gurav, AN; Khiste, SV. “A Randomized Clinical Trial to Evaluate and Compare the Efficacy of Triphala Mouthwash with 0.2% Chlorhexidine…” Journal of Periodontal & Implant Science. U.S. National Library of Medicine, June 5, 2014. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24921057/.
3 Padiyar, B; Marwah, N; Gupta, S; Padiyar, N. “Comparative Evaluation of Effects of Triphala, Garlic Extracts, and Chlorhexidine Mouthwashes on Salivary Streptococcus Mutans Counts and Oral Hygiene Status.” International Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 2018. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30397374/.