Posts Tagged ‘oil pulling’

Just an update

February 16th, 2009

Hey, just wanted to drop in to give a minor update. As you can see the e-book page is not up yet however as it still requires tweaking and will be getting some major updates very soon. In the meantime, keep pulling!

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February 14th, 2009

I am preparing the e-book page and it will be posted at the beginning of this week!

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Oil Pulling Interview with Dr. Bruce Fife

February 10th, 2009

This is great! I can’t believe I have not come across this sooner. This is a 4-part interview with Dr. Bruce Fife  (who is a naturopathic physician) on Oil Pulling. I highly suggest you all check it out! He talks about Oil Pulling, coconut oil, and much more!


  1. Dr. Bruce Fife recommends using Coconut Oil rather than other oils due to its other health benefits.
  2. Recommends keeping oil in the mouth for 15-20 minutes and spitting out in trash & rinse mouth with water.
  3. Recommends you be well-hydrated before oil pulling.

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PART 4/4

There are many health benefits from coconut oil to our lifestyle. Many thought coconut oil is bad fat. But NO, it is actually a very good fat that the body needs for many functions and to take one teaspoon full a day will greatly promote our health.

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Oil Pulling to avoid tooth extraction

February 9th, 2009

Fortunately for me, I have not had to use Oil Pulling as a means to avoid tooth extraction, however that does not make it a viable alternative. I have read MANY posts online where many oil pullers have used it daily to AVOID a tooth extraction. Many people have completely avoided their extractions for years now and still, oil pull daily in order to prevent the tooth from getting worse. In many cases, the tooth has strengthened and extraction has been avoided completely. If anyone has used oil pulling to avoid an extraction or root canal, I would love to hear about it.



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Keratosis Pilaris

February 6th, 2009

I was browsing through the yahoo answers for questions regarding oil pulling. Someone had asked if oil pulling would help their Keratosis Pilaris condition. While do not have the position personally, I have read on various forums that oil pulling has alleviated the symptoms of the condition in people that have tried it. If anyone else has any feedback or personal experience on the condition, please comment.

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BTW, Keratosis pilaris (KP, also follicular keratosis) is a very common genetic follicular condition that is manifested by the appearance of rough bumps on the skin. – Wikipedia


Keratosis Pilaris

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Minor Update

February 4th, 2009

I have begun writing my Oil of Oregano and GSE guide and hope to finish them up shortly. I am also adding finishing touches to the Oil Pulling Secrets E-book. If there is anything at all you would like me to include, please let me know by either emailing me or simply leaving a comment.

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Writing two new guides along with E-book

February 3rd, 2009

Just a minor update on how things are going. The E-book is almost done however I am also writing two additional smaller guides along with it. One guide will cover Oregano Oil and the other will cover Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE). I will release everything simultaneously once they are completed, if you have any suggestions concerning anything at all, please leave me a comment. Thanks.

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New article I recently wrote

February 3rd, 2009

Origins of Oil Pulling

So, what EXACTLY is oil pulling? Oil pulling (often referred to as oil swirling or oil swishing), invented by Ukrainian Physician Dr. F. Karach, M.D., is basically the process of swishing around oil in your mouth (think mouthwash, except using oil instead) for a period of usually about 15-25 minutes. It is referred to as “Kavala Graham” in Ayurveda texts. So why would anyone be crazy enough or even remotely have any interest in doing this? Dr. Karach has said that his method heals the person as a whole.

When Dr. Karach studied his oil under a microscope after pulling, he discovered many live micro-organisms swimming in it.  He himself has cured his chronic blood disease of which he suffered with for over 15 years! The main premise of oil pulling is that by swishing oil inside of your mouth, toxins get “pulled” from your bloodstream and into the mucous membrane.One study entitled performed by Sharath,, set out to determine the efficacy of oil pulling on oral health status using Sesame Oil. They recorded a DRASTIC decrease in plaque and micro-organisms in the plaque samples, concluding that oil pulling is an effective home therapy in maintaining and IMPROVING oral health.

Another study recruited 10 males (all subjects had mild to moderate gingivitis), and ran a 45 day oil pulling study. Using sunflower oil, each subject held the oil in their mouths for 8-10 minutes. This study also concluded that oil pulling has the ability to reduce plaque and gingivitis using Sunflower oil (Amith et al., 2007).  As you can see by now, there IS scientific evidence out there and more studies will undoubtedly be conducted in the future. It is clear that there is an established oral health benefit to oil pulling, but what good is oil pulling to your other health problems? What type of changes can you experience besides the changes inside of your mouth? As you will see, the benefits of oil pulling are unparalleled.

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E-book Update

February 1st, 2009

Sorry for the late update, have been working on the e-book which will be released very shortly. I do wish you all would post some comments/suggestions concerning the site/e-book. That is all for now. Thanks.

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What should I use?

January 26th, 2009

One possibility would be for me to just tell you to buy any old oil and call it a day; however, it is not that simple. If you do not purchase reliable and high-quality oil, you will not get the full benefits of oil pulling.

So what type of oil can you purchase? Pretty much any edible oil that is refined or cold pressed (can be organic as well). The most common ones used for oil pulling are Sesame, Sunflower, and Coconut oil. Personally, I like coconut the best and that is what I continue to use today. There are certainly other oils you can use as well (olive, grape seed, hemp, flax, hazelnut, etc), however, I recommend that you keep it simple and use one of the common three mentioned above.

If you have a trusted brand of oil then by all means use it. However, for those who need to purchase some quality oil, I would recommend purchasing from as their oils are of high quality, not to mention they have a great selection.

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