Dry brushing, oil pulling, blackout curtains, and daily walks are the ones that keep nagging me. Well, last week we bought blackout curtains, I’m making an effort to get some daily movement in, and I have now been oil pulling for over …
The Health Benefits of Oil Pulling: More and more research is revealing that the health of your mouth is extremely critical to the health of your whole body. A dysbiotic oral cavity increases our risk of developing chronic diseases such …
Every morning for 10 days, Jennifer Beckinsale woke up, poured a tablespoon of coconut oil in her mouth and swooshed. For 20 minutes. "I had been hearing about oil pulling everywhere, and I was curious, so I figured why not," says …
Oil pulling has to be done first thing in the morning - before bed tea or water or anything. • Measure a tablespoon of Sesame oil or Sunflower oil and take it in the mouth. Gently swish it around the teeth, in between the teeth, for twenty …
Looking for a more tolerable alternative to coconut oil? John Douillard's LifeSpa sells bottles of Swish Oil Pulling Therapy for $16.99. This mixture blends organic coconut and sesame oil with turmeric and a dash of peppermint oil to make it …
ABC News' Becky Worley reports: I started noticing lots of Facebook posts about something that sounded so weird it couldn't be real: gargling with oil! And not just a quick "swish swish spit." Twenty minutes of gargling. It's called oil
Oil pulling has been around for about 3000 years in Ayurvedic Medicine and is known for its oral and systemic health benefits. Oil pulling is discussed about in the Ayurvedic text Charaka Samhita where it is called Kavala or Gandusha, …
A family claims to have healed their cavities by the method of oil pulling, the practice of swishing oil in one’s mouth for minutes at a time so as to allegedly pull toxins out of the body, which is not without some controversy. Writing on the …
If you are an avid oil-pulling enthusiast, I’ve got some bad news for you: All those hours you’ve spent swishing oil around your mouth have been completely and entirely pointless. According to The Atlantic, that is. If you’re thinking, “Um ...
When you wake up early in the morning the first thing you would do is to sheepishly walk towards your bathroom and reach out for your brush and the toothpaste. We have been conditioned like that since childhood, haven’t we? But a new …