What everyone ought to know about oil pulling

Oil pulling has been practiced for centuries in India. It is known as kavala and gundusha in Ayurvedic medicine. In Ayurveda, the science of healing is divided into three branches: pranayama or cleansing, yoga or fitness, and dharana or control.

Oil pulling is often done to relieve allergies, to promote better digestion, to make the body stronger, to improve the immune system, or to get rid of certain kinds of infections.

What makes oil pulling useful every day is how easily it works to relieve bad breath. As you swish the oil in your mouth it loosens the odour causing trapped particles. The trapped particles can then be removed using a tongue scraper or a brush.

According to Ayurvedic guidelines, it is recommended to scrape or brush twice daily, but those who have bad breath should do it three times a day. In addition, oil pulling with coconut oil can help fight oral bacteria because coconut oil naturally contains antibacterial agents.

Oil pulling generally takes about twenty minutes to clean the mouth using a ‘swishing’ motion.

Oil pulling also stimulates saliva production, which removes bad bacteria and helps keep the mouth moist. This, in turn, reduces the risk of gum disease. Regular brushing and flossing is still essential to keep you mouth and gums healthy.

According to some dentists, oil pulling can reduce the frequency of tooth decay. This can help reduce the number of dental visits needed to repair damage caused by tooth decay. These benefits make oil pulling an important part of your dental cleaning routine.

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