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{VIDEO} Learn OIL PULLING to detox yourself every morning!

By Robyn Openshaw, MSW | Dec 29, 2016

I’ve got a great little video to show you one of my detoxing magic tricks, to kill millions of bad-breath and cavity-causing bacteria, to have fresh breath first thing in the morning!

Did you know that your mouth is one of the dirtiest places in your body? Oh, you did, didn’t you. But did you know that a simple, easy habit will make your life better and cleaner, and you’ll be a better kisser, to boot?

Oil pulling is a simple habit that comes from a centuries-old Ayurvedic tradition. Oils have an affinity for toxins. So, this habit is a great purifying practice that you can do every day. Keep a tub of coconut oil, and wintergreen essential oil, in your bathroom.

This easy process kills harmful microorganisms in the mouth and teeth, alkalizes in the mouth, and may even turn around an oral or dental infections. Many use it to resolve headaches, as well.  Many biological dentists (including mine) recommend it for re-mineralizing bone in the teeth.

Watch me demonstrate oil pulling in this short video, and learn more ways you can benefit from taking a few minutes, while making breakfast or getting dressed in the morning, for a great new health habit!

 

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130 thoughts on “{VIDEO} Learn OIL PULLING to detox yourself every morning!”

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  1. Garth says:

    P.S. Don’t spit it in the drain, because it will clog your plumbing. Spit it out in the trash.

    1. Helen Blair says:

      Correct!

    2. Elizabeth says:

      Amazing. Thanks

  2. Friederike Lehrbass says:

    I read somewhere there you shouldn’t do oil pulling if you have silverfilling( mercury) in your mouth, bec it will pull out the mercury…

    1. Helen Blair says:

      The mercury in your teeth are always off gassing anyways with every bite and chew so oil pulling is a very good thing to help bind it and help it exit your body!

  3. Lisa says:

    Yes, I agree…spit it out in the trash.otherwise, it WILL clog your pipes over time.

    1. Helen Blair says:

      Definitely. In the trash – perfect place.

  4. Priscilla says:

    Can you back this claim up with any scientific evidence?

    1. K S says:

      I have seen research reports on oregano EO and clove EO on mouth bacteria. Search Pubmed. Most EO are bacteria killers, just a matter of the range of bacteria each covers. When I have gum pain in the gum around my root canal, oil pulling with oregano solve my problem. It’s my real life experience, no bs.

    2. John Parson says:

      The claim is oil pulling works and can detox you whole body if you do it everyday. The proof is that it has been working for over 2000 years, before they had scientific BS to prove everything that works. Before the drug companies and the so called doctors came along there were natural remedies that have worked for thousands of years. This modern medicine is the alternative snake oil practice not the time tested natural way that actually cures the problem, not just cover it up until the drugs finally kill you. sorry but I have seen to many people die at the hands of poison pill pushing doctors in the last 70 years when all was needed was to get back to eating the right foods like God intended you to eat.

      1. Shirley Jones says:

        Beautifully put. Unadulterated truth

        1. Amen to that!

          At 19 yrs old stage 2 cervical, at 37 yrs PREGNANT and 2 lumps in my right breast/ no western treatment, no radiation or chemo: good thoughts, good WHOLE foods, good people and the GOOD LORD!!!

          I juice 10 to 15 lbs of veggies every 3 to 4 days for over 5 years now. I happily turned 54 yrs old this past December 🙂

          Live life and pause death until YOU are ready… Happy New Year!!!

      2. Angela says:

        Couldn’t have said it better myself!! Amen

      3. Dragica says:

        My thoughts exactly.

      4. Adrian says:

        I just learned to stop eating the unatural junk and to eat the food God intended!

    3. Chiquita Collins says:

      Science? What happened to embracing the natural?

      1. Garth says:

        Chiquita Collins, I would say there is no conflict between the science and the natural; in fact, it usually supports it. The problem is when Big Pharma or other entity, which is there for the money and power rather than our health, distorts or suppresses science in order to push their products on us or enslave us in one way or another.

  5. Kristin Ward says:

    You can’t beat the benefits of Coconut oil. But if you have mercury/amalgam fillings and you oil pull, you will experience unpleasant tooth pain. One of the reasons I had my fillings replaced.

    1. Lily says:

      For me is help remove the toothache . I have amalgam and start to replace. I am going bio dental too. Because amalgam is mercury and toxic.

    2. Garth says:

      I suppose everyone is different; but I have the old-fashioned mercury fillings (they’ve been there, same ones, for almost 50 years), and oil pulling with coconut oil definitely does not give me any pain whatsoever. The only problem I have with it is that I hate coconut. It’s disgusting. Fortunately the taste seems to be mostly gone after a couple of minutes, and I’m able to keep the oil in my mouth for as much as 40 minutes.

  6. Barbara Fuller says:

    What if you have dentures

    1. Helen Blair says:

      Teeth, natural or fabricated are not an issue and removing your dentures to oil pull would be my choice – much easier to swish around and have direct contact with your gums is a plus!

      1. Barbara Fuller says:

        Thank you so much Helen

  7. Betsy Marx says:

    I’m sorry, but this sounds really disgusting–I cannot stand coconut oil!

    1. Helen Blair says:

      Betsy, while it is a new modality for most, you have options if you’re not keen on coconut oil. First, you can purchase refined coconut oil which is virtually flavor free OR use organic sesame oil to pull the toxins instead. Being open minded to try is a helpful place to begin, harnessing our fears, dislikes and naturally bent to what has always been whether it worked for us or not. I’m with you on trying something new!

    2. Dana says:

      I agree, it feels almost too strange to tolerate. I get through it simply by reminding myself why I do it- my mouth has taken a beating so I need nutrition in and unpleasantries out.

    3. Lyndi Caruso says:

      It is pretty disgusting at first, but it works! You may only be able to do a minute or 2 when starting out, I got ride of allergies doing it! Take a smaller amount and try to start with 1-5 minutes and work your way up to 20

    4. Danny says:

      MTC oil has no flavor, try it instead of coconut oil.

    5. Danny says:

      Can you use ginger eo for pull pulling, what benefits are there for this?

  8. Jenny says:

    Wintergreen is toxic and essential oils should never be at used internally.

    1. Diane says:

      I have been using peppermint essential oils since May of 2017 the kind that you can consume internally. I take 2 drops of peppermint oil under my tongue with a mouth full of water every day for heartburn… At bed time or when I get the heartburn It knocks down my heartburn in a matter of minutes. I would never use over the counter or prescription medication that causes horrible side effects to your body long term. Of course my doctor insisted that I take a script… NO need with peppermint oil. Plus, the peppermint has helped with my esophagus. EOE. I highly recommend it. Plus, peppermint oil has many other benefits… Helps with allergies too – I apply the oil with coconut oil on my neck… Works great.

    2. Dana says:

      That Is ridiculous. Why are you wasting your time here with your false fear mongering? There is no rule that essential oils are not safe internally. Everyone must learn a thing or two about EO’s before using in any way. Consider this, skin is our largest organ and anything used externally will absorb to some degree into our bloodstream. Remember that the next time you run synthetic fragrance filled body wash and lotion all over, thinking external application is safe.

    3. Audrienne Suzanie Jordan says:

      Depends on the brand.

    4. Jess Dominguez says:

      That is not true at all! I suggest you do some research on essential oils. True that some oils aren’t safe to ingest but a majority of them are when properly diluted and mixed with a good source of fat. Also in this case you would not be ingesting, you shouldn’t swallow the oil after pulling since is contains all the toxins you just pulled. Wintergreen is only toxic to cats, not humans. Of course quality always matters though, so stick with organic and steam distilled and you will not have any toxicity. They are used to remove toxicity.

  9. Laurie says:

    Before anyone does this, go to NUTRITIONFACTS.ORG. Dr. Gregor just did a whole series on oil pulling. Hope it is helpful!!!

    1. Lily says:

      Vwhat do you mean ? It’s good or not. For me it’s good benefit doing pulling oil.

    2. Peter says:

      Oh yeah, the same Dr Greger who says that we should all be drinking organic canola oil and olive oil and then changed his mind a few years later! LOL. Yeah right.

  10. Tracey Behling says:

    After you do the oil pulling in the morning do you still brush your teeth afterwards??

  11. Carol Hadjiandreou says:

    Can you oil pull if you have root canals?

  12. Susan says:

    Is the oil pulling with coconut oil just as effective without the added peppermint oil?

  13. Laurie says:

    IMPORTANT!! Oil pulling can unbalance the oral microbiome and should be done ONLY for short periods, not ongoingly … Here are two quotes on the topic from dentist Gerry Curatola:

    "For a short period alone, oil pulling can help someone whose mouth is unhealthy, as the ‘detergent action’ of swishing olive or coconut oil between the teeth has a ‘lilophilic effect,’ stripping away unhealthy plaque (hypertrophic biofilm) from teeth. Continued use can actually result in an equally unhealthy atrophic or stripped biofilm. While a hypertrophic environment is often associated as being conducive to tooth decay and gum disease, atrophic environments often result in tooth sensitivity and sore gums. The key is BALANCE or what we call ‘microbial homeostasis.’ When in balance, the microbes in our mouths literally keep us alive."

    "If you keep doing oil pulling, you go from a hypertrophic biofilm, the thick, sticky, smelly stuff all over your teeth, to a desert. Really, you want be in the middle of the target. You don’t want scary, thick, smelly jungle. Nor do you want a desert. You want to be right in the middle, with that beautiful, robust garden."

    Dr. Curatola discusses this in a Mercola interview, here:

    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/11/30/importance-oral-microbiome.aspx

    1. Dan says:

      I had my teeth extracted several years ago, could I still benefit from oil pulling? Can you use other types of eo’s for pulling, and what are your suggestions? Maybe ginger eo’s?

  14. Joe Perrone says:

    This is a great detoxing procedure that can keep your mouth healthy but there is one thing that I would like to add. As a long time Health Coach, after I spit out the oil (preferably on the ground) I rinse my mouth out with a cap full of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide and a cap full of purified water which I swish around my mouth for a short time (about 20 to 30 seconds). Then spit this out in the sink. This will give you a more thorough clean than just rinsing out your mouth. I still brush my teeth as well using a natural toothpaste.

  15. Marilyn says:

    I did Coconut Oil Pulling for just a few weeks back in 2014ish when it first became the new health rage.
    It started pulling the Mercury out of the imalgum in my fillings. It cost me $5,000.00 in dental work and I still have a few teeth I want to have changed out thru the Biological Dentist. The Mercury could be seen in the blood stream from the doc on his “live blood” microscope. This should be done with a warning! And I had a breast lump turn Cancerous. In 2015, hummm?

  16. Hi Robyn,

    I tried oil pulling several times and when I saw this video, it gave me the courage to try again. Now I do it while getting ready for the day and the time goes quickly. In addition, I have not had a full-blown cold since I started. Thanks for the encouragement!

  17. Wendy says:

    I’ve heard you should be sure to spit the oil in the garbage when finished as it will clog your drain if spit in the sink.
    Thanks for the free access to your extensive knowledge
    Wendy

  18. Diana Trout says:

    You should amend your video to also recommend spitting it out into the trash and no down any drains!! Otherwise thanks for the tip about the peppermint essential oil!!

  19. Anne says:

    I’ve been informed by a registered nutritionist that oil pulling for more rhan 2mins at a time could be dangerous. Doing it for 20mins is not recommended.

  20. Lilia says:

    For those that feel oil pulling is just too disgusting, start with packing the toothbrush head with coconut oil and just brushing. I started that way and am now able to do pulling. It’s an ‘acquired taste’, but totally worth it. Sometimes I have peppermint oil mixed with the coconut oil and sometimes not. But I was just stunned after I first tried it, with how clean my teeth and mouth felt – 100x cleaner than toothbrush and toothpaste.

  21. niza zweig says:

    thank you. it looks great

  22. Donna Wildman says:

    I add some turmeric to my coconut oil and essential oil. I use it as a toothpaste, morning and night. Great teeth whitener along with killing the nasty germs in your mouth. 🙂

  23. anne shively says:

    I have been oil pulling since 2014 after oral surgery. My dentist is pleased with the results of my daily routine. I changed dentist about 6 months after the surgery because mine would not stop using fluoride during teeth cleaning. Anyway the new dentist said he saw no evidence of any gum disease. This is one habit, I have done every day, even while traveling. Some need to start for short time especially if you have texture injuries. I do mine for 20 minutes while reading my daily devotion.

  24. louisa says:

    A question: Is detoxing in the cold of winter wise? I have been told to wait until Spring. I am tempted to do the detox now but want to be careful with my body that needs warming foods in the winter for healthy kidney functioning.
    Your experience?
    warmly,
    Louisa

  25. Michelle says:

    Food grade peppermint oil? What about flavoured organic liquid coconut oil? And sesame oil? Does one work better than the other or best in combination? Ayurvedic methods use pure natural oil, even milk and honey!

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