Oil pulling a simple and easy way to detox your body. One of the best things about oil pulling is that it’s a really inexpensive method for doing so. Other pills, powders or liquids can come in packages that cost upwards of 50 to 100 dollars, and will only last you a few weeks if done on a daily basis.
Oil on the other-hand is fairly cheap and will last you months if you use the recommended amounts.
Oil Pulling Instructions
So obviously to start out you will need some type of healthy oil. We recommend something that’s either virgin, extra virgin, organic, raw, unfiltered and so on. Try to get as clean and with the least preservatives as possible, because when you start to modify the properties of the oil, you start to lose many of its wonderful benefits that nature had intended to pass on.
The way it works, is that the enzymes in the oils fat start to pull all types of bacteria and toxins from deep inside your body. If you are an unhealthy person, you might notice the changes quite suddenly, and the detox in the beginning might not be so pleasant, so start out small.
You should put the oil into your mouth. About a tea or tablespoon is plenty. Keep this oil in your mouth for anywhere from 10 to 15 minutes, slowly swishing it around in your mouth as if you were using mouth wash. After about 15 minutes, spit the oil out into your trash can. Spitting it into your sink, toilet or shower drain will likely clog it up, because certain oils turn into a solid once they are cooled down.
We’ve discussed many different remedies that oil pulling gives to the body, but one of them we’ve avoided up until now is oil pulling to cure and get rid of your acne. Oil pulling can be a great solution for people with troubled skin and the great news is that it attacks the cause of the acne from the source.
Adventure Paul posted an article not too long ago about the benefits of oil pulling for your teeth and why it works so great for whitening teeth. The great thing about his article and why it’s unique to the web, is that he includes before and after photos of his progress. The oil that Paul used was sesame oil, you can read more about his results below the pictures.
So recently we published an article titled - Is Oil Pulling a Scam? – and we feel like we should elaborate on some of the topics discussed.
Many people still think that oil pulling therapy is a scam or a myth and that it doesn’t really work.
Oil pulling is certainly NOT a scam.
How can I be so certain? Well because there’s no money to be made by scamming people into practicing oil pulling. 90% of scams are focused around making money and ripping people off.
Is it possible that companies who produce oils such as coconut oil and olive oil could be trying to pull a fast one and scam people into buying their products? We don’t think so. The reason we don’t think so is because the amount of potential customers from the oil pulling community is so small, that it wouldn’t make much of a difference in the sales of oil when you compare them to the amount of customers looking for cooking oils.
These oil pulling testimonials come from one of our favorite sites online, http://earthclinic.com.
Oil pulling is a large subject on Earth Clinic and hundreds of people have chimed in with their testimonials about how it has helped to treat their various conditions, illnesses and the benefits.
A therapy is defined as the a process that is used to remedy existing health problems. After a patient is given a diagnosis of a specific disease or ailment, then the doctor and patient will discuss various therapies that have been shown to help the patient find relief or proper treatment.
Oil pulling certainly falls into the category of being a therapy because it has shown countless examples of treating various conditions stemming from mouth issues to larger health problems throughout the body. Preventive therapy is also a category that oil pulling would fall into, because it brings a healthy vitality to many individuals who practice it consistently for months.
Sesame oil is a type of vegetable oil that is extracted from sesame seeds. It’s sometimes called sesame seed oil. It’s a popular cooking oil in Southern India and is becoming more and more popular with the healthy eating trend that’s growing in North America. In China sesame oil is utilized as something that enhances and brings out the flavor in various dishes.
Oil pulling methods vary, but most people can agree that there are a few basics that you should follow. We recommend that you find out what’s best for yourself, because you should be doing this daily, therefore there will be plenty of time to test what feels good and gives you the most benefits.
If you’re already experiencing the wonderful benefits of oil pulling with various oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, sesame oil and more, then you’re probably wondering if you should switch out that cheap vegetable oil that you’ve been using for cooking. Below we’ve chosen some of the best and healthiest oils that you should be cooking with to get added benefits to a healthy diet and lifestyle.