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Sesame oil fights against dental caries that cause the growth of bacteria. Oil pulling influences the number as well as type of bacteria that live in the mouth. Sesame oil has antioxidant properties and vitamin E action. The viscosity of the oil is what ...
Only My Health · 5/16/2014
Talk of oil-pulling has been lighting up the Internet. An ancient remedy with its roots in Ayurveda medicine, proponents of oil-pulling say it offers remarkable health benefits. The practice is simple: swish a natural, high-quality oil in your mouth for a ...
CTV News · 4/1/2014
Have you heard of oil pulling? It's kind of an odd term that has beauty and health DIY-ers buzzing about its benefits, touting the practice as a daily ritual with bountiful health benefits. Depending on your beliefs (for few studies have been done ...
the Fashion Sport · 4/23/2014
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There has been a lot of buzz about oil pulling recently. Here are the ins and outs of this ancient practice Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic remedy for oral health and detoxification. You basically swish pure natural oil around in your mouth for a few ...
destinyconnect.com · 11/25/2014
Want white teeth, gorgeous gums and one seriously healthy body? Swilling oil for 20 minutes a day could get you just that. Yes, it sounds awful and most of you won't have ever heard of it, but trust us if the claims are true, oil pulling is one of the ...
soFeminine · 3/15/2014
But before you reach for that jar of coconut oil, you should probably check Snopes.com ... Skeptoid looked into the practice last fall and states: Oil pulling’s positive effects are based entirely on anecdote and not at all on clinical research ...
Bloger Her · 3/10/2014
It's "oil pulling," he told me, and he picked it up from his friend Don (a health nut, who, I might add, beat cancer at the age of 20). He said he had fresher breath and more energy and just felt better. I was intrigued. I bought some oil, gave it a shot ...
Allure · 4/3/2014
WATERLOO (KWWL) - Articles shared on social media sites claim "oil pulling" with coconut oil whitens teeth, prevents cavities and even removes toxins from the body. Area dentists tell KWWL their patients have been asking them about the trend …
KWWL · 3/8/2014
An ancient Aryuvedic practice is getting a modern-day revival. Still, as someone who drinks two cups of coffee a day, I was lured in by the promise of whiter teeth. So for three nights in a row, I brushed, flossed, and set out to spend 20 minutes swishing ...
Shape · 3/17/2014
Oil pulling refers to putting a vegetable oil like sesame, sunflower or coconut oil in your mouth. You will then swish the oil back and forth through your teeth. The oil will mix with your saliva and your mouth should be half full, you will swish sideways ...
Examiner · 1/19/2015