Oil pulling is the simplest and most effective way to remove bacteria, toxins, and parasites that live in your mouth. If you feel a sore throat coming on use sesame oil to try the oil pulling. You can use sesame, pumpkin seed or olive oil.
- In the morning take 1 full tablespoon of oil into the mouth and slowly “chew” it, pulling the oil between your teeth and around your gums for about 20 minutes. Then spit it out.
- Do not swallow the oil, as it contains bacteria and toxins.
- After pulling and splitting out rinse your mouth with warm water and brush your teeth thoroughly.
Stretching after sleep is so beneficial
Energy-efficient bulbs contain mercury, which can be toxic if you contact with it. If you have broken an energy-saving bulbs, here are some tips how to clean up the broken energy-efficient bulbs safely.
- First, turn off the lamp.
- Small children and pets must leave the room immediately.
- Close all doors, open the windows, and then leave the room for at least 15 minutes to ventilate it. If you have any air system or air-conditioner, shut them off immediately.
- Put on disposable household gloves and collect all parts of the lamp after ventilation. Remove the rest with the help of damp kitchen towel and stiff paper.
- Put everything that contacted with the broken lamp inclusive disposable household gloves and a kitchen towel into the glass container with a lid. Screw the lid tightly.
- Throw the glass container into a trash container for toxic leftovers.
- Never use a vacuum cleaner to clean up the lamp leftovers!
The water in the vase with cut flowers will remain fresh and clean, if you put a piece of charcoal for grilling in it. Charcoal prevents the growth of bacteria and removes unpleasant odors.
Instead of charcoal for grilling, you can use a weak solution of potassium permanganate.
After use, rinse the vase with the solution of warm water and vinegar. Vinegar is the most effective way to kill bacteria, fungal spores and microorganisms.
You can serve a finger bowl filled with warm water and a piece of lemon each time you offer a hands-on meal such as lobster, ribs, corn-on-the-cob, fried chicken, shellfish, asparagus or chicken wings. Dip your fingers into the water, rinse them lightly and then dry with your napkin.
The finger bowl is usually served before the meal or immediately after the plate has been removed.