How to clean breath after wisdom teeth extraction?

I had my wisdom teeth all removed last Monday Jan 18 .Today is Sunday Jan 24. I can open my mouth a little but when I try to open it, it hurts a bit. I can only brush the teeth in the front and the front of my tongue. What I can do to clean my breath?? I can’t stand stinky breath anymore!

It’s very easy actually. Do NOT use mouthwash because all that garbage dries out the tissues. Hydrogen peroxide kills only about 30% of the germs and damages the tissues. Toothpaste with fluoride damages the body. Toothpaste with sodium lauryl sulfate opens the pores in the mouth and allows bacteria to get into the tissues.

The very best thing is to do what the ancients did and was very wonderful. It won’t hurt you in anyway and will make your gums healthier, give you great breath and not harm you in any way.

It is called "oil pulling." It’s a primitive way of cleaning the mouth. Get some coconut oil and put a teaspoon of the oil in your mouth and swish it around for 2 minutes. It will mix with saliva and pull all the bacteria, virus, fungus, parasites out. After two minutes, spit it out, don’t swallow it because it contains all the garbage you don’t want in your body.

Then brush your teeth with a toothpaste that does not have fluoride or sodium lauryl sulfate like, Peelu or another brand.

The coconut oil contains Lauric acid that kills bacteria and caprylic and capric acids that kill fungus. Coconuts are used to make these antibacterial and antifungal drugs.

You will be amazed at how well this works for you. It’s simple and cheap. To remove any pain you are having, get some oil of cloves and put that on where it hurts and it will take all the pain away quickly. You can also swish some Scotch Whiskey around the area and it will also take the pain away quickly as well.

good luck

5 Responses to “How to clean breath after wisdom teeth extraction?”

  1. Ask your dentist to give you some mouthwash or call them to ask if you CAN use mouthwash. Good luck I hope you get well soon.
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  2. just brush your mouth but dodge the hole. that’s what i did. it may hurt a little but hen who cares
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  3. It’s very easy actually. Do NOT use mouthwash because all that garbage dries out the tissues. Hydrogen peroxide kills only about 30% of the germs and damages the tissues. Toothpaste with fluoride damages the body. Toothpaste with sodium lauryl sulfate opens the pores in the mouth and allows bacteria to get into the tissues.

    The very best thing is to do what the ancients did and was very wonderful. It won’t hurt you in anyway and will make your gums healthier, give you great breath and not harm you in any way.

    It is called "oil pulling." It’s a primitive way of cleaning the mouth. Get some coconut oil and put a teaspoon of the oil in your mouth and swish it around for 2 minutes. It will mix with saliva and pull all the bacteria, virus, fungus, parasites out. After two minutes, spit it out, don’t swallow it because it contains all the garbage you don’t want in your body.

    Then brush your teeth with a toothpaste that does not have fluoride or sodium lauryl sulfate like, Peelu or another brand.

    The coconut oil contains Lauric acid that kills bacteria and caprylic and capric acids that kill fungus. Coconuts are used to make these antibacterial and antifungal drugs.

    You will be amazed at how well this works for you. It’s simple and cheap. To remove any pain you are having, get some oil of cloves and put that on where it hurts and it will take all the pain away quickly. You can also swish some Scotch Whiskey around the area and it will also take the pain away quickly as well.

    good luck
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    CNT, B.A. biology & chemistry
    advanced nutritional research

  4. alianna_hodiya on May 3rd, 2010 at 10:31 pm

    Rinse gently with warm salt water.
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  5. If you have mouthwash, add water to make it less powerful (I forgot the word for it, begins with a d…)
    anyways

    that will keep the alcohol from burning ya !
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