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Oil Pulling For Teeth

Author : Joseph Sweets
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Oral health is a key indicator of overall health, well-being and quality of life. This book discovers a whole new world of complete oral health by using oil pulling. Many are turning to this miracle therapy to help with a wide range of medical issues, epecially oral health. In this wonderful book, you will learn how to oil pull, the benefits of oil pulling and why oil pulling is becoming so popular. After a read of this book you too will become an oil pulling expert. Oil pulling with coconut oil is the new way to take care of your oral health. You will amaze yourself with the results from oil pulling. In just 20 minutes a day you are on your way to a healthier new you.

Oil Pulling for Oral Health

Author : Smitha Amith
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Good oral health is an important component of overall health and well-being. The interrelationship between oral and general health is proven by evidence. Daily plaque removal with a toothbrush is an important component of most oral hygiene programs intended to prevent and treat periodontal diseases. Oil pulling is an age-old process mentioned in Charaka Samhita and Sushrutha's Arthashastra. It's a widely recommended procedure in Ayurveda. The process is called Kavala Gandoosha/ kavala Graha in Ayurveda. In Ayurveda this process is said to cure 30 systemic diseases. It basically slows down the ageing process. A specific type of oil pulling called "Roopana Gandoosha" has been mentioned in Ashtanga Sangraha and is said to have dental benefits.Various oils like Refined Sunflower oil, Sesame oil, Olive oil etc can be used for Oil Pulling. Liquids from milk and water to extracts of Ghooseberries and mangoes have been used for oil pulling. In the present study the mean plaque and gingivitis scores showed a decline from baseline to 45 days. Within the limits of the present study, it can be concluded that Oil Pulling has the ability to reduce plaque and gingivitis.

Oil Pulling Therapy

Author : Bruce Fife
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If you have bad breath, bleeding gums, cavities, or tooth pain—you need this book! If you suffer from asthma, diabetes, arthritis, migraine headaches, or any chronic illness, and have not found relief, this book could have the solution you need. All disease starts in the mouth! As incredible as it may seem, most of the chronic and infectious illnesses that trouble our society today are influenced by the healthy of our mouths. Our mouths are a reflection of the health inside our bodies. If you have poor dental health, you are bound to have other health problems. Despite regular brushing and flossing, over 90 percent of the population has some degree of gum disease or tooth decay. Most people aren’t even aware they have existing dental problems. Recent research has demonstrated a direct link between oral health and chronic illness. Simply improving the health of your teeth and gums can cure many chronic problems. More brushing, flossing, and mouthwash isn’t the solution. What will work is Oil Pulling Therapy. Oil pulling is an age-old method of oral cleansing originating from Ayurvedic medicine. It is one of the most powerful, most effective methods of detoxification and healing in natural medicine. In this book, Dr. Fife combines the wisdom of Ayurvedic medicine with modern science. The science behind oil pulling is fully documented with references to medical studies and case histories. Although incredibly powerful, Oil Pulling Therapy is completely safe and simple enough for even a child.

Oil Pulling

Author : Jeannie Lambert
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Discover the wonders of Oil Pulling Would you like a natural, safe and effective way to improve your oral hygiene? Then oil pulling is a remarkable method just for you. The Western world benefited from introduction to the oil pulling technique believed to be an effective complementary and alternative treatment. It is done by swishing the mouth and teeth with edible oils such as sunflower, coconut, and sesame oil. The concept of oil pulling is based on more than 3,000 years of traditional belief that swishing the teeth and gums with oil pulls away bacteria and other debris into the oil. Our mouths are breeding ground for billions of viruses, bacteria, parasites, fungi, and other toxic waste products. This causes cavities, bad breath, gum disease, and a range of other oral problems. Problems in oral health are also linked to many other diseases such as chronic infections, eczema, arthritis, heart disease, and many more. Moreover, the bacterial processes of changing carbohydrate residues left on the teeth, produces an acid that de-mineralizes the tooth structure, causing dental cavities.

Natural Oral Care in Dental Therapy

Author : Durgesh Nandini Chauhan
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Because of increasing antibiotic resistance, stronger antibiotics are reserved for serious active infection, paving the way for a greater use of herbal antibiotics. This book helps dentists in implementing safe and effective natural medicine therapies to complement the current practice guidelines. Oral diseases continue to be a major health problem world-wide. Oral health is integral to general well-being and relates to the quality-of-life that extends beyond the functions of the craniofacial complex. The standard Western medicine has had only limited success in the prevention of periodontal disease and in the treatment of a variety of oral diseases. The dentist needs to be more informed regarding the use, safety and effectiveness of the various traditional medicines and over-the-counter products. Herbal extracts have been used in dentistry for reducing inflammation, as antimicrobial plaque agents, for preventing release of histamine and as antiseptics, antioxidants, antimicrobials, antifungals, antibacterials, antivirals and analgesics. They also aid in healing and are effective in controlling microbial plaque in gingivitis and periodontitis and thereby improving immunity. The 26 chapters in this unique book explore all the measures to utilize the natural oral care obtained from plants, animals and mineral drugs for dental care.

Oral Health and Systemic Disease

Author : Rosemarie S Holmes
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Covering specific mouth and dental conditions such as ulcers, halitosis and tooth grinding, this book recognises the link between these conditions and systemic diseases. It provides a review some aspects of the basic anatomy and physiology of the mouth and teeth, such as biofilms, quorum sensing and cavitations, alongside information from current research. The book also includes discussion of the impact of natural ageing processes, satiety and taste perception as these associate with oral (and systemic) health. Discussing associations to systemic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and adverse pregnancy outcomes, the book offers scientifically evidenced protocol possibilities and a balanced viewpoint. With practical guidance and theory, Oral Health and Systemic Disease is the go-to resource for nutritional therapists and functional medicine practitioners who want to deepen their knowledge of mouth and dental health issues.

The Oil Pulling Miracle

Author : Birgit Frohn
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Using coconut, sesame, and other oils to heal chronic conditions, strengthen the immune system, and prevent illness • Details the process of oil pulling, including when to do it, how long to swish the oil in your mouth, and other oral care techniques that complement it • Explains the health benefits of 10 different cold-pressed oils, including sesame, coconut, and pumpkin seed, allowing you to choose the best oil for your needs • Includes a step-by-step 7-day detox plan and information on additional detox techniques that enhance the benefits of oil pulling Oil pulling is much more than an oral cleansing method. Originating in the ancient healing systems of Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, where it is well known that “disease begins in the mouth,” this simple health practice triggers detoxification and healing throughout the entire body. The mouth and tongue are home to bacteria, fungus, and many toxins from the rest of the body. Oil pulling not only cleanses the mouth and tongue, preventing harmful bacteria and toxins from entering the bloodstream, it also triggers enzyme production in the digestive tract, which in turn activates cleansing processes throughout the entire body. Practiced daily, oil pulling leads to better dental and gum health, a stronger immune system, detoxification of major organs including the intestines, lungs, and liver, and healing from many conditions caused by internal toxins and chronic inflammation. In this practical guide, Birgit Frohn details the simple process of oil pulling, including when to do it, how long to swish the oil in your mouth, and other oral care techniques that complement it, such as tongue scraping. She explains the specific health benefits of 10 different cold-pressed oils that can be used in oil pulling, from traditional sesame oil to vitamin-packed pumpkin seed oil to highly popular coconut oil, allowing you to choose the best oil for your needs. She also reveals the vast number of ailments that can be healed and prevented by regular oil pulling practice, including: • Acne • Allergies • Canker sores • Arthritis • Eczema • Flu and Colds • Sinus infections and Bronchitis • Cavities and Gingivitis • Headaches and Migraines • Constipation • And many more . . . Frohn also explores additional detox techniques that enhance the benefits of oil pulling and concludes with a step-by-step 7-day detox plan for those who want to maximize the effects of oil pulling and accelerate their return to better health.

Oil Pulling The Magic of Ancient Era

Author : M. Usman
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Oil Pulling - The Magic of Ancient Era Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Background 1.2 Recent Resurfacing Chapter 2: The Optimum Methodology 2.1 Important Notes to Methodology Chapter 3: Purpose and Effectiveness 3.1 Consequence of an Unhealthy Mouth 3.2 Linking your mouth to the body 3.3 Benefits for the mouth 3.4 Benefits to other regions 3.5 Scientific evidence on claims Chapter 4: Oil as a Supporting Actor 4.1 Expert’s advice 4.2 Systemic effects Chapter 5: Multiple Options Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Preface Oil pulling, the magical phenomenon, is still a mystery for the masses. In this book we shall try to unveil the things behind this ayurvedic technique, which will make your oral healthcare easier. Oil pulling is an ancient phenomenon revisited in the early twentieth century by Dr. Karach. We have tried to provide you with all the oil pulling questions that befuddle you. We have started off with a history and the background for you so that you can come to terms with this non-medical medicine for your mouth. Once you are familiar with its roots, we explain the precise methodology, using several references of various sites and amalgamating the accurate ones. Oil pulling has several benefits, as you will come to know, but what is important to understand is that oil pulling is not a magic potion that will heal everything. Basically, as emphasized by several doctors, our mouth is the main source for the entrance of germs and diseases and what oil pulling solely helps in doing is to keep our mouths bacteria free. However, the benefits outweigh the problems, as you will find that there are no side effects to this natural technique and all it need is your time and regularity. We will also go through the diseases that these bad bacteria spread in an unclean mouth so that you can see how serious the complete picture actually is and how crucial the cleanliness of your mouth is. We conclude by giving you multiple oil using options and their benefits and our final opinion on oil pulling, the magical technique.

Oil Pulling Therapy

Author : Jay Rhonda
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Oil Pulling Therapy: How to Heal Your Body Effortlessly Mouth is the gateway to a plenty of germs which can enter your body. So it is very important that you control the germs at the root level if you want to stay healthy. For this you must maintain a proper oral hygiene. Brushing and mouthwash everyday is not enough for proper oral hygiene. You have to prevent the germ build up in your mouth and keep your mouth devoid of toxins. This can be done by oil pulling. Oil pulling is an ancient ayurvedic practice which keeps your mouth healthy and teeth white. Oil pulling can be done with coconut oil or sesame oil and other kinds of oils too. This eBook will discuss all about oil pulling, how to do it and plenty of other things.

Oral Hygiene Regimes

Author : Charles H. Bercier IV
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This research addresses whether nontraditional oral hygiene regimes provide antimicrobial efficacy comparable to commercially available synthetic mouthwashes. A common interest among holistic communities is "oil pulling"—a practice originating in ancient Ayurveda oral hygiene. It consists of rinsing the mouth with vegetable oils, of which sesame and coconut oils are preferred, to enhance oral hygiene. This study focused on whether oil pulling reduces cariogenic Streptococcus mutans to the same degree as does common mouthwash. Volunteers above age 18 were to participate in this UWF-IRB-approved study. Participants would provide oral rinses of 20mL with sterile saline before and after treatments of Listerine®, or pulling oil; the rinses were transported to the lab to test for S. mutans and other oral bacteria. After the first round of treatments were complete, a 1-week “reset” period allowed normal microbial flora to re-establish, after which another treatment regime began; the cycle continued until all participants underwent all treatments. Samples were plated on a highly selective medium, favoring growth of S. mutans. Samples were also used to inoculate two broth dilution-tube series consisting of 1) a non-selective general medium TSB, and 2) a S. mutans-selective medium. Preliminary trials of this protocol showed that Listerine® reduced S. mutans and other oral bacteria by over 1-thousand-fold. Furthermore, almost all visible background growth was eliminated from the media plates after Listerine® treatment.