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What is coconut oil pulling? In India, most teachers, gurus, and individuals have rituals and traditions passed down generation to generation to purify the body. One system has been practiced in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. This system is known as oil pulling, and it is one of the most independently researched treatments in Indian medical journals.
There are claims that this treatment has achieved remarkable results with illnesses such as: migraine headaches, bronchitis, diseased teeth, arterial thrombosis, chronic blood disorders such as leukemia, arthritis and related illnesses, neuro-physiological paralysis, eczema, gastroenteritis, peritonitis, heart disease, kidney disease, meningitis, and women’s hormonal disorders.
These conditions and symptoms are completely eliminated from individuals who practice coconut oil pulling.
In 1996, Andhra Jyoti, an Indian newspaper, conducted a survey among its readers on the effects of oil pulling— 89% reported its healing abilities cured one or more diseases including terminal cancer, AIDS and chronic infections.
According to the African Journal of Microbiology Research, oil pulling is an effective defense against the bacteria associated with dental caries (tooth decay).
Exactly how do you perform coconut oil pulling?
Here’s the recipe and method you can follow.
A longtime writer for E!’s “Fashion Police” called former show co-host Kathy Griffin a “despicable, disgusting horrible human being” in a podcast posted online last week.
“Look, Kathy Griffin is not the only famous person in Hollywood that’s a complete (expletive). There’s a lot of them. It’s not just her. So this is not news, alright? There’s a lot of really famous people that are despicable, disgusting horrible human beings. She just is one of them,” Tony Tripoli said on “One on One with Jasper Cole.”
Tripoli said he was friends with Griffin, who grew up in Oak Park, until the relationship ended years ago. Tripoli said Griffin got him fired from “Fashion Police” when she joined the panel show after longtime host Joan Rivers died last year.
He said he rejoined the show after Griffin, 54, left in March after co-hosting seven episodes. Griffin announced her departure on Twitter, which added to a dramatic year for “Fashion Police” that included co-host Kelly Osbourne’s exit and backlash against co-host Giuliana Rancic, who made a marijuana joke about teen actress Zendaya Coleman appearing on the Oscars red carpet with dreadlocks.
A re-tooled “Fashion Police” debuted in August with co-hosts Melissa Rivers, stylist Brad Goreski, Rancic, who recently moved to Chicago, and celebrity guests. Griffin, meanwhile, has booked tour dates through the spring.