Health and Wellness : Oil Pulling

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  1. Amnat77

    Amnat77 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I was hipped to oil pulling by my good friend Harold Acey, a beautiful and very knowledgeable soul and rare gemstone of a metaphysician. Ace has truly helped to improve my life simply through his genuine friendship. I have learned so much from Ace just from being with Ace. We simply just roll out together and just chop it up. It's beautiful because every conversation is stimulating and enlightening. We learn from one another and it is a beautiful exchange.

    If I had to call anyone a master metaphysician, it would be Harold Acey. He's just as deep as Bobby Hemmit, Delbert Blair, and Phil Valentine but he's very funny as hell, and more down-to-earth, more laid back, and somewhat more 'street' than the others which makes Ace very unique.

    Oil pulling is a natural therapy (called oil therapy) whereby one uses cold pressed sesame seed oil or sunflower seed oil in the mouth to pull toxins from the gums. The oil can be refined oil and doesn't have to be organic unless you simply choose for your oil to be organic.

    The therapy is to be performed every morning before breakfast or simply before you eat. The therapy must be performed on an empty stomach which is why morning time is best.

    You simply add one to two tablespoons of the oil to your mouth and swish (from side to side or cheek to cheek) for approximately 15-20 minutes. Yes, 15-20 minutes which in all due honesty in the beginning may be somewhat challenging because the mouth can get tired. If this is the case, simply aim for swishing for 10 minutes and then work your way up to 12 minutes and then to 15 minutes and eventually 20 minutes. Just remember, the longer you swish, the more effective the therapy.

    DO NOT SWALLOW THE OIL while swishing because the oil is now toxic!

    As Dr. F. Karach (who did a thesis on oil therapy) suggests, "the healing process is accompanied by the human organism on its own. In this way it is possible to heal cells, tissues, and all organs simultaneously; the body itself gets rid of toxic waste without disturbing the healthy microflora."

    So with the oil in your mouth, move the oil slowly. Swishing for 15-20 minutes. If this helps, remember to "sip, suck, and pull through the teeth." This process (swishing) causes the oil to be thoroughly mixed with saliva and in the process activates the enzymes which draw or pull toxins out of the blood.

    As the process (of swishing) continues, the oil gets thinner and white and somewhat a little foamy.

    After the 15-20 minutes of swishing are up, spit the oil out - preferably in a Dixie cup (because you need to inspect the residues drawn from the mouth from the swishing process. Again, the contents should be white. If the contents are not white, but yellow, this is a sign that you did not swish or pull long enough.

    Read more: http://dherbs.com/articles/oil-pulling-305.html#ixzz1CzD0mksS
     
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    blackeyes Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I did this like...once.
    wow, the health benefits. I gotta try this agian and stick with it.
     
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    Amnat77 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    What changes did you see?
     
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    Thank you. I will give this a try. Sesame seed oil is a wonderful oil with many healthy uses. And tasty too.
     
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