Zamaninia said the Oil Ministry stands with the Foreign Ministry during the ... on …
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Starting the day off at the beach with your skin smelling of tropical-scented sunscreen can be one of life’s greatest pleasures. Smelling coconut oil as you swish it around in your mouth before work — well, that’s …
It’s being touted as a way to freshen breath, combat gingivitis and keep your mouth soft and supple. And although this East Indian oral hygiene practice dates back thousands of years, oil pulling is the latest trend to hit current oral hygiene …
What it is: An ancient Ayurvedic dental remedy that involves swishing coconut oil (you can also use sesame or sunflower oil) for 20 minutes to boost oral health, whiten teeth, detoxify the body and improve your complexion (Sounds too good …
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It’s something called “oil pulling” and it’s becoming more and more popular. However, are there really health benefits to it? Meghan Crossey, of the North Side, has always taken good care of herself. But, she was …
Oil pulling is creating a bigger buzz than electric toothbrushes as swishers share its believed benefits. The age-old method of oral cleansing, which involves swishing oil in your mouth, originates from Ayurvedic medicine. More than 3000 years …
While the phrase “Oil Pulling” sounds a bit more like an environmental concern, the act, which consists of swishing around coconut oil in your mouth, has actually been used for years to minimize bacteria growth in the mouth. And believe it or …
Use a tablespoon of coconut oil for oil pulling One tablespoon of sesame oil works too Try virgin coconut oil I had never heard of “oil pulling” until I went on my 2-week detox sojourn into the rainforest in Puerto Rico with the owners of the …
Oil pulling is the “newest” old health trend that is picking up steam. Oil pulling is a process from the Indian medicine system called Ayurveda. The process has been around for a long time, but its just now starting to become a trend in …
Oil pulling is an Ayurvedic technique that involves swishing (“kavala graha“) a tablespoon of oil in your mouth for 20 minutes, ideally in the morning on an empty stomach. And you are not supposed to swallow it. The reason? It is meant …