Coconut Oil Pulling
The Solution for many health problems

coconut oil pulling not only supports your oral health,it also detoxifies your whole body .It is a holistic health care procedure. Simply it is rinsing your mouth with coconut oil ,just like the way you use your mouthwash . 


What Is Coconut Oil Pulling?

Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice where oil is swished around the mouth for up to twenty minutes.The practice of oil pulling draws out toxins from the body and has been shown to have a positive effect on oral health and hygiene and general health and well being.

In ancient times, the practice of oil pulling typically used sesame or sunflower oil, however oil pulling with coconut oil has a definite advantage over both of these oils due to the lauric acid that is present in coconuts and has natural anti bacterial, antiviral and anti fungal properties.

Oil pulling has been used extensively as a traditional Indian remedy for many years to prevent decay, oral malodour, bleeding gums, dryness of throat, cracked lips and for strengthening teeth, gums and the jaw.



How Do I do oil Pulling With Coconut Oil?

The technique of coconut oil pulling is refreshingly simple; you take up one tablespoon of coconut oil and swish your mouth with it ,push and pull it through your teeth to evacuate bacteria and its toxins, keep swishing for 20 minutes.The oil in your mouth will turn liquid and milky colour ,after absorbing all bacteria and toxins from your mouth.

It may take you a couple of attempts before you get used to the oil in your mouth, and many people find that building up to twenty minutes gradually, allows you to become familiar with the sensation and the practice itself. However, the taste of coconut oil is actually very pleasant when compared to other oils and this helps you to become accustomed to this natural and effective health practice. 

Oil pulling with coconut is best undertaken before breakfast. Usually done on an empty stomach and requires you swish the oil around every part of your mouth. This helps to draw out toxins - after about twenty minutes, you spit the oil out in the bin asspitting it out in the sink may clog up your drains and isn't environmentally friendly! 



Don't swallow the oil

It is important not to swallow the oil as it  will be full of  bacteria and harmful toxins that have been drawn out. However, swallowing a small amount is not harmful and it is very common which is hardly surprising ,when you consider the pulling and swishing action!

You will notice that the oil gradually changes from a thickish substance, to a thin milky white consistency. You may need to spit out some of the oil as your mouth gradually fills with saliva from the pulling action.



Coconut oil pulling benefits 

The benefits of coconut oil pulling are incredible – not only does oil pulling with coconut freshen the breath, it helps to whiten teeth naturally. In fact, many people have reported that general oral health is greatly improved and has reportedly had a positive effect on cavities and gingivitis, particularly when used in conjunction with a healthy diet. This does not mean that you should stop seeing your dentist, but you might need less than before visits to your hygienist .Anecdotes from individuals have demonstrated healthier gums, including those who suffer with receding gums and other oral complaints. 


Ayurvedic Medicine claimed that oil pulling can cure about 30 systemic diseases ranging from headache, migraine to diabetes and asthma.


Lead researcher Dr Damien Brady, from the Athlone Institute of Technology in the Republic of Ireland, said;

Incorporating enzyme-modified coconut oil into dental hygiene products would be an attractive alternative to chemical additives, particularly as it works at relatively low concentrations. Also, with increasing antibiotic resistance, it is important that we turn our attention to new ways to combat microbial infection.”


The benefits of coconut oil pulling are not just limited to oral health; the benefits of oil pulling with coconut oil has also shown to improve general health such as improved digestion and even drawing toxins out of the liver.

In fact, many people notice that their skin and hair are healthier and that they sleep better – this may be attributed to the toxins leaving your body which also helps you to think more clearly without the typically foggy mind that we often experience when we wake up.The benefits don't stop there; many women have noticed that it helps to alleviate premenstrual symptoms, including bloating, anxiety and mood.

If we can realise the huge effect of oral health on every organ in our body we can understand the benefits of having healthy teeth and gum on our physical health. Unhealthy gum or teeth could lead to heart diseases ,diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis .


Chief Executive of the British Dental Health Foundation, Dr Nigel Carter, explains: “The link between oral health and overall body health is well documented and backed by robust scientific evidence. Despite this, only one in six people realises that people with gum disease may have an increased risk of stroke or diabetes. And only one in three is aware of the heart disease link.”


Coconut oil pulling is a highly effective, simple and inexpensive way to improve and aid your general health. Your body and soul feel lighter and healthier and subsequently this tends to make us feel energetic and happy. Furthermore, it is very simple to include in your everyday routine! 

when you do coconut oil pulling correctly ,you will feel a significant cleansing ,detoxifying and healing effect on your body .



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Read more about the oil pulling;


A study of the effect of oil pulling on Streptococcus mutans concluded that ;Oil pulling can be used as an effective preventive adjunct in maintaining and improving oral health.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18408265


Dangers of Plaque & Gingivitis to Your Health

http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/plaque-on-teeth



What Coconut Research Centre say about coconut oil pulling; 

http://www.coconutresearchcenter.org/article%20oil%20pulling.htm


CNN News

Does oil pulling works http://edition.cnn.com/2014/08/06/health/oil-pulling/