Benefits of Oil Pulling

Here is a link regarding oil pulling. Oil pulling could cure a variety of illnesses ranging from heart disease and digestive troubles to hormonal disorders. 

AS WE KNOW… MANY ATHLETES HAVE DIGESTION OR INTESTINAL ISSUES.  This is a simple daily ritual to add on that can help.

In the morning, before breakfast, on an empty stomach, take 1 tablespoon in the mouth and swish it around your mouth, through your teeth for 10-15 minutes.    I ‘ll be truthful… rarely do I swish it for 15 minutes but I may get 10 in on a regular basis.   In the morning, I go right to my coconut oil or sometimes I may use raw sesame oil, get my tablespoon and then I go back and make my bed.  You know us women… we love to multi-task.  So swish away!

Swishing activates the enzymes and the enzymes draw toxins out of the blood.  The oil must NOT BE SWALLOWED, for it has become toxic. 

Spit it out, and make sure you have thoroughly rinsed and washed your mouth.  During the oil-pulling process your metabolism in intensified…love that!  Who wouldn’t!  This leads to improved health and furthermore, fastening of loose teeth, the elimination of bleeding gums and the visible whitening of the teeth. 

Oil pulling has been known to achieve remarkable results with illnesses like:

  • Migraines headaches
  • Bronchitis
  • Diseased teeth
  • Arterio thrombosis
  • Chronic blood disorders such as leukemia
  • Gastro enteritis (inflammation)
  • Peritonitis
  • Heart disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Meningitis
  • Women’s hormonal disorders
  • In terminal diseases such as cancer, aids and chronic infections this treatment method has been shown to achieve astonishing results.

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        References:

        Asokan S, Rathan J, Muthu M S, Rathna Prabhu V, Emmadi P, Raghuraman, Chamundeswari. Effect of oil pulling on Streptococcus mutans count in plaque and saliva using Dentocult SM Strip mutans test: A randomized, controlled, triple-blind study. Journal of Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry. 2008. vol 26 issue 1, [[/12-17.

        HV Amith, Anil V Ankola, L Nagesh. Effect of oil pulling on plaque and gingivitis (PDF). J. Oral Health Comm Dent. 2007. 1(1):12-18.

        T. Durai Anand, C. Pothiraj, R. M. Gopinath, B. Kayalvizhi. Effect of oil-pulling on dental caries causing bacteria (PDF). African Journal of Microbiology Research. 2008 March. vol.(2) pp.063-066,X