Oil Pulling anybody ever hear of it

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blossimhill Posts: 400
hi ladies hav a terible cold over xmas and was desperate for some relief :o( so was looking it up on the net and came across oil pulling, never heard of it before, so with some interest looked up all i could find of it. Started to do it 2 weeks ago and have to say the only benefit i can see is my teeth, always had sore gums especially 2 front bottom always bled after brushing but not since i started so for that reason alone i will keep it up :o)ll :o)ll Below is some information copied from internet. The first sign of improvement is in the teeth-they become firm and white, he says. Other healing indications: fresh, relaxed feeling on waking up, disappearing dark pouches below the eyes, anew appetite and energy, better memory and deep sleep. Dr Karsch swears by the mouth oil-wash for anything from organ-disorders, skin-diseases, menstrual problems, paralysis to every ache and it is in the human anatomy. You can gargle even when you have fever, he says, adding, it takes anything from two days to a year to cure a disease. And if these claims sound exaggerated, he told a conference of Ukrainian cancer specialists, try out the process yourself. Interestingly, Ayurveda advises oil gargling "to purify the taste-buds and the entire system", as explained by Dr Deepak Chopra in Perfect Health. According to this life science, the tongue is mapped by organ-locations -- that is, each section of the tongue is connected to the kidneys, lungs, spleen, liver, heart, pancreas, small intestines, stomach, colon, and spine. Thus, an oil-mouth-massage soothes and stimulates the key meridians where taste meets organ. Simultaneously, as in any skin-massage, the inner skin and lining of the mouth, palate and tongue become warm and supple and the lubrication prevents dryness (the vatic effect). Thanks for reading :thnk :thnk :thnk
jen09 Posts: 1390
maybe i'm dim but i don't understand what you are doing? although if it involves better sleeping i'd love a go!
stephyb Posts: 1439
is it like an oil based mouth wash? where do you get it?
blossimhill Posts: 400
Sorry on reading back on my post realised i did not explain myself too good In the morning before breakfast on an empty stomach you take one tablespoon of oil in the mouth but do not swallow it. Move Oil Slowly in the mouth as rinsing or swishing and Dr Karach puts it as ' sip, suck and pull through the teeth' for fifteen to twenty minutes. This process makes oil thoroughly mixed with saliva. Swishing activates the enzymes and the enzymes draw toxins out of the blood. The oil must not be swallowed, for it has become toxic. As the process continues, the oil gets thinner and white. If the oil is still yellow, it has not been pulled long enough.It is then spit from the mouth , the oral cavity must be thoroughly rinsed and mouth must be washed thoroughly. Just use normal tap water and good old fingers to clean. The recommended oils to use are Sunflower Oil, Seasme Oil. Our experience with thousands of people across the globe says USE COLD PRESSED OIL as first choice, if it is not available use REFINED OIL ( which seems to be effective in the process too). We have observed that any oil other than SUNFLOWER or SEASME may not be effective. :wv
stephyb Posts: 1439
15 to 20 mins seems like a very long time to have something swishing about in my mouth, i think i would gag!
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