Oil Pulling: Safe, Simple and Effective!

Last Modified on Dec 13, 2014


Walnut Oil   2  0   

Posted by Peggy (Ancorage, Alaska) on 09/13/2007

[YEA]  I have been doing oil pulling for about one month and using cold pressed walnut oil. I went into the dentist for my semi annual cleaning and an exam. both the hygenist and the dentist commmented on how healthy my gums have become. My dentist said "whatever your doing it is working" In the past I have had a problem with bleeding gums--that is GONE.

Replied by Laverne
Honolulu, Hi
01/14/2010
I tried walnut oil and it was pleasant enough (I thought the oil was going to be gross). I only used 2 tsp but could feel the difference in the mouth after I finished. My mouth felt clean and fresh and I couldn't wait to do it again. And 15 minutes goes by fast when I'm on the computer doing my OP business. I like this thing.
Replied by Laverne
Honolulu, Hi
04/11/2010
[YEA]   Just wanted to write on the progress with oil pulling. Started with walnut oil and within two days the black floaters in my eye disappeared! I had just visited my opthamologist who said it was just old age and nothing could be done about it. I can't wait to tell her about my OP experience. Skin problems also have nearly disappeared.
Replied by Francisca
Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France
04/13/2010
Hi, I would love to try oil pulling with walnut oil as well as I also suffer from eye floaters but I fear for one of my dental filling which doesn't seem to resist at least sunflower oil. Do you have any fillings?
Replied by Laverne
Honolulu, Hi
04/18/2010
I had my amalgam fillings taken out 3 years ago so that has not been a worry for me.







 



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