Ever heard of “oil pulling”? If not, it’s basically a beauty routine that consists of swishing oil around in your mouth for 20 …
You know that oil you’ve got stored in your pantry — the one you use to cook with? It turns out it could be used for something else entirely. But be warned: It’s a trend that doesn’t sound too tasty. In recent weeks, actresses Gwyneth …
One of the latest health crazes is oil pulling. Although it may sound like a way to strike it rich through underground wells, it’s actually an at-home oral care practice. Although its effectiveness is up for debate, some believe it can whiten teeth ...
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Coconut is the hot commodity at the Eastside Co-Op in northeast Minneapolis. “It’s in everything now,” said grocery manager Brandy Scheidecker, pointing to coconut milk, coconut water, even a coconut …
Watch the video above: Does ‘oil pulling’ really improve your oral health? SASKATOON – It’s the latest health fad to be making the rounds on social media. Oil pulling – the ancient Indian practice of gargling oil to cleanse the body and …
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. There`s a lot of new hype over an ancient practice that claims to do everything from …
Q: I just read your column about the woman with mouth ulcers, and I believe I have come across a little-known cure for just about all diseases of the mouth. Oil pulling! It works great and is not bad tasting, depending on the type of oil one uses.
Have you ever heard about oil pulling, or oil swishing? It's an ancient Indian medical practice that seems to be making a comeback as a new health craze. It's also been making the social media rounds this week. Some say taking one …
Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice that involves swishing a cold-pressed oil around your mouth first thing in the morning for about 20 minutes. Our mouths are home to billions of bacteria, and most of those micro-organisms are …