Frequently Asked Questions

How do you use Breath of Life?
  • To freshen breath, use 1-2 drops of Breath of Life with toothpaste 1-2 times a day according to your comfort level.
  • Use 1-2 drops  in between time to freshen breath without toothpaste.
  • Use on a cotton swap to spot treat irritated gums, mouth, and toothaches.
  • Use as a mouthwash.  1-2 drop in 2 oz of water and swish for a few mins.  It is healing and hydrating.
  • Use in oil pulling regimen.  1-3 drops in a tablespoon of coconut oil or your pulling oil of choice  (coconut oil, safflower, sunflower, sesame).  Swish with oil for 15 - 20 minutes then brush as normal.
  • Use with dental floss to treat in between teeth
  • Have a cold or sore throat?  Gargle for a couple of minutes before after brushing and before bedtime.  Many of the essential oils have antiviral and antibacterial properties that aid in ridding viruses and bacteria in the back of the throat. Breath of Life also has analgesic properties that help soothe a sore throat. 

How does Breath of Life taste?
Minty, with cinnamon and herbal tones.  Some say it even has a natural pleasant sweetness.


What color is Breath of Life?
Breath of Life is a very pale yellow/straw in color. 


How big is the bottle?
The bottle is 15 ml.  

How long does the bottle last on average?
Most people say the bottle lasts about 2 to 2 1/2 months.  There are 600 drops in a 15 ml bottle of Breath of Life.
Is Breath of Life Suitable for Children?
One drop can be used for children who are able to brush their teeth effectively, not swallow toothpaste and are able to gargle.
Is Breath of Life Suitable for Pets?
NO!  Essential Oils should not be given to pets as it can be toxic. It is best to work with your veterinarian for products that can help your pet.
Does Breath of Life have nut oils?
No, our product is nut free and gluten free.  Please refer to our product information page for ingredient details.
What conditions can Breath of Life treat?
Gingivitis, periodontal disease, swollen gums, bleeding gums, chronic halitosis, mouth sores.