Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice that involves swishing vegetable oil in your mouth for 20 minutes to eliminate toxins from the mouth and body. It is a simple practice that has an extremely large array of health benefits. The first thing that ... · 10/12/2013
The health benefits of eating extra virgin olive oil are well known, but a growing number of people are also finding gains to their well-being by spitting it out. Oil pulling comes from Ayurveda, an ancient Indian system of medicine that emphasizes balance ...
Olive Oil Times · 1/27/2015
Oil pulling is getting a lot of buzz as a cure-all health remedy and it seems that every pseudo-wellness blogger has something to say about it. Granted, there is a well established connection between poor oral health and disease but does oil pulling make ...
NYUL OCAL · 4/1/2014
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Styleite · 5/30/2014
It's called oil pulling and it is becoming more and more popular. People who have done this claim their teeth are whiter and they say it even kills toxins in their mouths. Joy is here to explain oil pulling and what it may do for you.. 3 You use a table ...
News 4 Jax · 5/21/2014
Whiter teeth, healthier gums, and clearer skin are some of the promised results that have so many people jumping on the oil-pulling bandwagon Oil-pulling, a practice that dates back thousands of years and has roots in Ayurvedic medicine, is steadily ... · 11/26/2014
Have you heard of oil pulling? It's all over the place lately. On social media, on blogs, in magazines. It's basically the art of not brushing your teeth. Not the art of not cleaning your teeth, the art of not brushing your teeth. Big difference.
The Stir · ByNicole Fabian-Weber · 3/12/2014
Oil pulling is the process of rinsing the mouth with coconut oil or sesame oil. The practice dates back to ancient times and is said to remove toxins from the mouth, whiten teeth and help with congestion. It has recently become popular again with many ...
WebProNews · 3/20/2014
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, what the ...
Philadelphia Magazine · 3/20/2014
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 not ...
Ok Magazine · 3/18/2014