Teeth are meant to last a lifetime and they will if they are taken care of properly. Since the earliest years, we have been taught about the importance of oral hygiene and instructed to brush our teeth and floss daily. Most of us however, were never taught how crucial oral hygiene combined with oil pulling is to holistic wellness.
Despite brushing, flossing and regular visits to the dentist, our oral health is poor. Yes, you can have a bright smile but behind those pearly whites may lurk bacteria affecting your health and emotional wellbeing.
Oil Pulling basic training: What to expect when you start Oil Pulling
Our mouths are the source of a large number of germs that eventually make their way to our entire body. The immune system can be overburdened fighting a continual battle. Oil Pulling can have a powerful detoxifying effect. Even with the first pull, you may experience heavy cleansing. Cleansing is generally most intense for the first few weeks. As your body detoxifies you may encounter any number of cleansing symptoms – sinus discharge, nausea, vomiting and even fatigue. Existing health problems such as joint pain, insomnia, psoriasis may start to lessen.
Below are a few exerts form the book, Oil Pulling Therapy by Dr Bruce Fife.
“I have been oil pulling for 2 months1 to 1 times per day and I have noticed several benefits: immediately my gums stopped bleeding when I flossed. My teeth felt more firmly seated in the my gums and they are whiter.”
“For years I suffered from migraines and headaches. Well Oil Pulling just knocked out my migraine in 10 minutes.”
“I normally get acne blemishes on my chin and cheek area. I’ve been Oil pulling and not breaking out whatsoever.”
“I’m in my fourth day of oil pulling and I have noticed that my mouth is the cleanest it has ever been. I’m sleeping better and having more energy in the morning because of it”
Oil Pulling basic training: Maximize benefits with a Healthy Diet
Diet plays a central role in our health. With dietary trends becoming more and more controversial world-wide there’s a lot of contradicting information out there. But simply put, here’s the low-down on the foods that induce tooth decay:
- Sugars and syrups
- Frozen deserts
- Ready to eat breakfast cereals
- Chips, crackers, pretzels
- Sweetened anything
- White flour products
- White rice
And foods with low potential for decay:
- Raw vegetables
- Meet, Fish, Poultry
- Fats and Oils
Try Cocobaci Oil Pulling products for a safe, organic, natural approach to better health.