The most effective oil pulling is done by placing around a tablespoon of cold pressed organic oil into the mouth and swishing the oil around the mouth and pushing between teeth for approximately 15-20 minutes and then spitting it out then brushing.

Years ago while in Food Market a lady said to me, “which oil would you use when pulling?” I look over like, here we go again :) my second home and I’m sure she overheard me speaking with someone else about wellness issues so, somehow it was safe to ask me. I said to her that I had never tried pulling but, I was aware of it and advice her of what I did understand, :) I was in my element. 

When all was said and done, we both made a the choice to try it and to my surprise I now like it. I thought I wouldn’t be able to hold the oil in my mouth for 20 minutes but, my choice of coconut oil was a tasty  treat.

The original ancient pulling oil- Sesame oil is particularly high in the antioxidants sesamol, sesamin, and sesamolin. It also holds a high concentration of Vitamin E and polyunsaturated fatty acids. These antioxidants have been found to stop the absorption of negative forms of cholesterol in the liver. Multiple studies have shown the antibacterial capacities of sesame oil. These studies support the use of oil pulling in the prevention of dental cavities and gingivitis. 

Oil Pulling strengthen teeth, both reverse and prevent cavities,  using some form of a natural oil (coconut, olive, sunflower, sesame, etc.) Swish it around and around your mouth at least 15 minutes on your 1st attemp while working your way up to a solid 20 minutes. Pushing, pulling, drawing it through the teeth and working it through the mouth closely to the thoat is the correct way in getting your best results. You can use a variety of oils for oil pulling. Most advocate sesame oil, perhaps because of the popularity of sesame oil in Asia where it has been used as a healing oil with anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties for years. 

Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice, dating back thousands of year for pulling harmful bacteria, fungus, and other organisms out of the mouth, teeth, gums and throat.

NOTE: As I was pulling, nasal and sinus mucus was draining (instead of spitting out everything, I worked the mucus to the front of my mouth and spit it out while saving the oil to continue pulling and after 20 minutes; I spit, brush, floss and light brush again.

Health Claims: Oil Pulling can treat a variety of illnesses. According to Oilpulling.com, these include headaches, bronchitis, tooth ache, blood diseases, lung and liver conditions, eczema, ulcers,intestinal disorders and female disorders. Further claims of oil pulling curing arthritis and a chronic blood disease. Oil pulling draws toxins and poisons from the blood through the mucous membranes of the mouth. It’s believed oil pulling detoxifies the body and combats germs and bacteria that cause gum disease, tooth decay, and contribute to other health problems. And yes “weight loss”… by detoxify the body, a healthy body free of toxins and parasites is better able to function optimally and shed excess pounds because, as I believe “The weight lost follows a healthy both”.

by Seven Love Johnson

7LoveJohnson, Seven Lovaste': Executive Creative Director; Organic Positive Living Wellness Sage

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