It’s been a while since the last time I posted on this blog. I have a lot of good things for you in the future posts that will transform your health to the level you used to have when you were young. Can it be possible? Absolutely! It’s just a know-how and a personal discipline to follow through.
I want to talk to you about oil pulling, but not a regular oil pulling but using ozonated oils. For those who don’t know what oil pulling is let me tell you a little story first before I tell you all about it.
About 14 years ago I went to talk to a natural healer Vladimir from Russia. We had a lot to share: I talked to him about my experience with energy healing and the training I was going through to refine it. He is a smart guy with great wisdom to boot, and I remember he was showing me how he does iridology to diagnose his patients for health problems before they surface as a disease. Vladimir looked at my iris and said its basically clear but there are things developing that 20 years from now (I was 22 back then) will turn into a health problems related to my stomach. Then he said: “What do you know about oil pulling?” I was clueless. He said it’s one of the greatest natural therapies ever discovered and proceeded teaching me how to do it.
From my and other people’s experiences, there only 2 types of oil you can use for oil pulling therapy. Sunflower oil and sesame oil. Do not confuse Sunflower oil with Safflower as they are not the same. Raw (cold pressed) or unrefined oils are preferred but, if you can’t find any in your local health food store, buy a refined kind – they work just as well. If for some reason after you use the oil you experience any allergic reactions, switch to the other kind of oil.
- In the morning after you wake up and before you do anything, take a mouthful of oil in your mouth but don’t swallow it.
- Move oil slowly in your mouth like you normally use a mouth wash. As it gets pulled through the teeth, it draws all the bacteria and toxins out of the pockets at the base of your teeth under the gum. It also activates the enzymes with saliva that will draw the toxins out of the blood.
- Pull the oil as described above for 10-15 minutes until it becomes white in color and as liquid as water. Now it’s filled with bacteria, toxins, poisons – you name it. Spit it out. It should be obvious to you by now that under any circumstances you swallow it.
- Rinse your mouth with water and clean your teeth with a good oil soap. I use Dr. Bronner’s bar soap and it works great. More on this in future posts.
Now, the next step in this method is to use Ozonated oils. Ozonated oils are oils that created by running ozone through them for at least 24 hours. As far as I know no one sells it, so you will have to make it by using a good ozone generator. The brand I use is called Dr. Katz Ozonator and it’s about $150 (the cheapest and easiest to use I found so far). Ozone therapy has long been famous in Europe for treating all types of cancer. Here in USA it’s still illegal to practice medicine using this type of therapy.
Why do I use Ozonated oils instead of a normal oil? First, they work faster, and a lot of time I don’t have 15 minutes to spare with my mouth full. After I used Ozonated oil for pulling I also noticed a significant sense of cleanliness in my mouth even without washing my mouth after the therapy is over. Ozone will kill all the bacteria and it can be the perfect mouth wash with a hidden benefit.
So what do I think of this therapy in general? This is one of the best things I do so far for the body besides meditation and other energy training. You have to understand how your body is stressed every day by chemicals, pollutants, poisons, viruses, bacteria, etc. It’s is a lot of work to clean this mess, day after day after day. It’s like a car that never stops running and eventually it will start to fail. If you remove the major cause of stress, your body will have extra resources to repair itself- you will look and feel better, and tell all your friends about it. You should.
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