I started doing Oil Pulling about a year ago and with my really strong gag reflex, it has not been easy. The trick is, don’t use too much oil! You will naturally salivate and create more ‘liquid’ in your mouth. If you start with too much oil, you will definitely want to throw up. But I recently tried the Ayurvedic Oil for oil pulling from Gurunanda and found it easy to use. It is a blend of various oils including peppermint so it doesn’t feel as oily.
Tridosha imbalance is thought by many to cause health problems and disease. Diet, exercise and elimination of toxins are all major factors in finding and maintaining Ayurvedic balance.
GuruNanda lost 40 pounds, lowered his cholesterol and controlled his diabetes with yoga and an Ayurvedic diet rich in vegetables and lean proteins.
Oil pulling is also based on Ayurvedic science. Soon after waking, before eating or brushing teeth, pulling oil is swished around in the mouth and spit out to “pull” bacteria and other toxins from the body. Pulling Oil has long been used to help promote weight loss, better breath, healthier teeth and gums, thicker, more lustrous hair, and radiant skin, with claims increasingly backed by research.
GuruNanda Pulling Oil
16.00 fl. Oz. for $29.99
GuruNanda Pulling Oil is a perfectly balanced combination of pure sesame oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil and peppermint oil. Pulling oils are based on 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic science. Soon after waking, before eating or brushing your teeth, you swish this extraordinary oil around your mouth and spit it out to “pull” bacteria and other toxins from your body.
- 100% organic
- No preservatives
- No artificial flavors
- No artificial colors
- Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids
- Naturally contains iron, calcium, magnesium, plus Vitamins A, B and E
Pulling Oil has long been used to help promote:
- Weight loss and proper digestion
- Better breath
- Healthier teeth and gums
- Thicker, more lustrous hair
- Radiant skin (it can help relieve skin problems, like eczema, rashes and irritation)
- Mood, concentration and focus improvement