Oil Pulling Revolution By Michelle Coleman

I first heard about oil pulling a couple of years ago. It sounded somewhat off the wall, but the more I read about it, the more it made sense. I took the plunge and for a short time began oil pulling myself. I did see many positive results. Sadly I did not do it long enough to make a habit and discontinued it.
Wanting to start again, I researched information that might help me. While I am sure there is much to learn, these publications seemed to go into a greater detail than what I was interested in.
This book is exactly what I needed! From it I learned the history of oil pulling. Even though this is obviously not rocket science, the essentials of this centuries old practice are covered and answers to common questions that arise. Also discussed are the oral and health benefits many experience from this simple wellness routine.
The book covers the different types of oil you can use and how to choose one. I especially liked the chapter which discussed including different essential oils in your regime and their benefits. The last chapter was particularly of interest to me, “Working Oil Pulling into Your Life.” I found numerous tips and solutions to challenges you might face along the way.
If you haven’t tried this yet, you should. What do you have to lose? I highly recommend this book. It was concise and easy to read. If you want to learn about oil pulling and get started, this is the book you need! Armed with more information, I am excited and ready to start again!
I received this book from Ulysses Press in exchange for an honest review. The opinions I have stated are my own.

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