The ancient practice of oil pulling can boost your health


Oil attracts oil. Water-based detergents can break down oil, but oil is what pulls oil the strongest. 

So by swishing oil, like coconut oil, between your teeth and around your mouth, toxins get pulled into that coconut oil and when you spit it out they leave your body.

  
And this swishing of oil also attracts fatty toxins that are found in your ears nose and throat. They are loose foreign bodies like plaque, bacteria, dust or mucus.

This is the idea behind oil pulling.

Here is some information on how to do it if you want to try:

  
I found, from my personal experience, that it is beneficial. But it is also messy. And it takes time. Maybe it’s only possible for you to do on weekends. 

One tip for you is to spit your swished coconut oil in the garbage rather than down your sink. Coconut oil turns solid at the temperatures lower than 76ยฐ. This can clog your bathroom or kitchen pipes.

Have you tried oil pulling? Do you believe in it’s reported benefits? Or is this a bunch of Doohickey?

xxSerena 

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13 thoughts on “The ancient practice of oil pulling can boost your health”

      1. Hi Karina, no I do not do this regularlyโ€ฆ I’ve done it a few times a notice that my mouth does feel clean, no allergies, but it does take time and is kind of gross soโ€ฆ I used to use organic toothpowder instead ๐Ÿ™‚ I wrote the blog for instructions in case somebody wanted to try and would benefit more than I did. xxSerena

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  1. Excellent info.I have started oil pulling but with sesame oil.My jaws do pain but i take a break and do it twice a week.How many times a week do i have to do oil pulling?.The results are incredible i have solved half of my dental problems.

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