‘Gundusha’, ‘Kavala’ or also known as ‘Oil Pulling’ in the Ayurveda medicine represents an old dental technique, which consists mainly of flattering a tablespoon of oil in the mouth on an empty stomach for about 15 – 20 minutes.

This is recommended for removing the toxins from our bodies and also to enhance our general and oral health. The technique of ‘oil pulling’ is especially useful for removing toxins from our teeth and gums, and in the meantime for whitening our teeth.

Some people who have already tried this recommendation claim that it also has positive effects on asthma, arthritis, headaches, infection, imbalance of hormones, skin conditions, etc. Nevertheless, the technique of oil pulling mainly enhances our oral health. We recommend you to try it immediately as it is described below and solve your dental tartar, plague and bad breath at once.

In which way to carry out this technique?

It is easily to carry out oil pulling – only put several tablespoons of oil (coconut oil, olive oil, sesame oil) in your mouth and flatter it for about 15 – 20 minutes. After that, spit it out and clear with water. It is more beneficial if it is done in the morning before the morning tea or coffee, or in the evening before bedtime.


Put several tablespoons of oil (coconut, sesame or olive oil) in your mouth, flatter it for about 15 – 20 minutes. After that, spit it out and clean your mouth with water. While you are flattering the oil, it becomes milky and thicker, but when you spit it out is should be white and creamy. In the end, clean your mouth with water and brush your teeth as every day.

At first, this technique is mainly not so easy, but you are going to get used after a several minutes. Using this technique permanently will help you have whiter teeth within a week.