Oil pulling is an ancient method for removing toxins from the body. Normally, only organic cold-pressed sesame or sunflower oil are used. First thing in the morning, put a tablespoon of oil in your mouth and swish. Use the muscles of your face to force the oil to pass between your teeth. If your muscles tire quickly, use a little less oil. Do not gargle. Try to swish for 20 minutes. In the beginning, this may be difficult so work up to it if you tire. The oil first thins when mixing with saliva and then thickens as it pulls out toxins. The oil is very toxic and should be spit out carefully into a kitchen or bathroom facility with proper drainage. Do not swallow the oil!
After spitting out the oil, rinse your mouth several times with warm water and spit out the water. You can use a good mouthwash or periodontal wash after rinsing with water.
Coconut is one of the world"s most nourishing superfoods. This creamy taste of the tropics is great for sautéing and baking, enhancing your favorite recipes, and body care. It can also be used for oil pulling, with or without the addition of essential oils or herbs. If adding essential oils, start with one or two drops of absolutely pure, full strength essential oil to each ounce of carrier (coconut, sesame, sunflower, or olive oil.) Depending on oral health conditions, consider cinnamon, clove, peppermint, or wild oregano oil.
Based on ancient Ayurvedic healing techniques, this simple practice has been receiving quite a bit of attention in the media lately as a way to remove plaque, whiten teeth, and support healthy gum and mouth tissue. Daily Swish is a combination of sesame and coconut oils infused with Ayurvedic herbs traditionally used to support healthy teeth and gums. The herbalized oil is flavored with a refreshing blend of peppermint and spearmint essential oils that leave your mouth feeling sparkling clean. Incorporate oil pulling into your daily routine and experience the fresher and healthier mouth that more and more people are raving about.
Though the chemical composition of both Egyptian and other black seeds is the same, the flavor of the Egyptian oil is milder. For oil pulling, use a spoonful or add some Black Seed Oil to another oil to increase the medicinal benefits.
Storage: May be kept refrigerated or stored at room temperature, keep away from heat or direct sunlight.
Suggested Use: For adults, take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per day, with meals, or as directed by a physician.
Contents: 100% Pure, Egyptian Black Seed Oil (Also known as Egyptian Black Cumin Oil) - Cold Pressed & Solvent Free in Black HDPE Plastic Bottle.
Ghee, 5 oz.
Grade AA sweet butter: no hormones, no coloring, no salt, no water, and no preservatives! This ghee is made fresh weekly in the old fashioned way!
Contents: clarified butter made in the traditional Indian manner.
Pumpkin Seed Oil, 12 oz.
Pumpkin Seed Oil has been used for centuries in Eastern Europe, India and North America. Scientists began studying the oil when it kept popping up as an ingredient in many folk medicine recipes. What did they find?
Pumpkin Seed Oil is:
Rich in phosphorus, magnesium and manganese and is also a good source of other minerals including zinc, iron and copper.
A good source of favorable plant sterols.
Also a rich source of omega-6 EFA and omega-9.
The delicious flavor and rich, green colour of Omega"s organic Pumpkin Seed Oil is a healthy addition to many every day dishes!
Contents: Organic omegaflo® pumpkin seed oil.
Sesame Oil, Certified Organic, 12 oz
Omega Nutrition's certified organic Sesame Oil has an exceptional light and delicate flavor, which is a result of cold pressing oil from hulled sesame seeds. Many commercial sesame oils are roasted, refined or extracted using hexane giving them a very heavy aroma and taste.
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