Oil Pulling: Ancient Secret for Optimal Health

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From GreenMedInfo

What Is Oil Pulling?

Oil pulling is an ancient Indian folk remedy first mentioned in the early Ayurvedic text, the Charaka Samhita, which was believed to have been written approximately 1500 years ago.

One oil pulls by simply swishing a tablespoon of oil (sesame, coconut and sunflower are commonly recommended) in one’s mouth for approximately 15-20 minutes on an empty stomach and then spitting it out. [For a “how to” video click here]

The Charaka Samhita describes oil pulling as effective for improving more than just oral health, but also 30 other systemic diseases ranging from headache, migraine to diabetes and asthma.

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Tony Pantalleresco – ‘The Remedy’ Radio Show Notes – For Week of April 6th

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Walmart’s Death Grip On Groceries Is Making Life Worse For Millions Of People

More Parents Say They Won’t Vaccinate Daughters Against HPV

Organic Labels Bias Consumers Perceptions Through the ‘Health Halo Effect

Topics covered on this weeks show :

Water Collecting and Extracting

Blocking EMF’s

Sustainable Freedom- Surging Opposition to Agenda 21, “Sustainable Development

You Don’t ‘Own’ Your Own Genes: Researchers Raise Alarm About Loss of Individual ‘Genomic Liberty’ Due to Gene Patents

One Patented Sequence Matched More Than 91 Percent of Human Genes

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Health News Update 06/04/2013

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As the weeks slide by and the days start to get longer here in the UK, the cold weather just will not leave! There is lots of Health news to keep you busy in the warm! As usual some of the news is worrying, some is interesting and some will educate. Take what you need and what you can use. Here are some of the health related news that I liked.

Low vitamin B increases inflammation and causes oxidative stress: Eat these foods to boost your levels
NaturalNews) Researchers at Tuft University in Boston, Massachusetts, conducted a study entitled “Association of vitamin B-6 status with inflammation, oxidative stress, and chronic inflammatory conditions: the Boston Puerto Rican Health Study.”

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