8 reasons to start oil pulling

 

There are several reasons to start oil pulling for Better Health, and I’d like to share them with you today:

 

 

  1. Detoxifies the body

Our mouths are home to a variety of bacteria and harmful toxins. Examples of common toxins include:

  • pollution
  • pesticides
  • preservatives added to prepackaged foods
  • harmful bacteria
  • yeasts inside the body
  • chronic infections
  • stress
  • negative thinking

 

In addition, many people have amalgam fillings in their teeth which are composed of about 50% mercury.

If these toxins build up in our bodies they can cause extensive damage and disease. Oil pulling helps “pull” the toxins out and eliminates them from our system.

 

  1. Freshens breath

Halitosis is a by-product released by bacteria in the mouth. Oil pulling helps get rid of these bacteria, giving you fresh, clean breath. What a great benefit!

 

  1. Whitens teeth

In my experience oil pulling is an amazingly effective teeth whitener. It works just as well, if not better, as commercial teeth whiteners (such as Crest Whitestrips) which are full of bleach and other toxic ingredients that often taste terrible and cause tooth sensitivity.

 

  1. Helps the body manage hormonal changes more efficiently

When the body has fewer toxins to clean out, it can spend more energy on other important functions such as balancing your hormones.

 

  1. Helps prevent headaches and migraines

Did you know that a major cause of headaches is an overload of toxins in the body? Oil pulling helps naturally cleanse the body of these harmful toxins, preventing future headaches and migraines.

 

  1. Removes plaque

Oil pulling helps reduce harmful bacteria (Streptococcus mutans) which cause plaque that cause cavities .

 

  1. Improves skin conditions

Removing toxins from the body has a positive impact on the skin too. It can help clear acne and other skin conditions.

 

  1. Heals bleeding gums

Oil pulling reduces overall inflammation and helps reverse gingivitis, which is inflammation of the gums.