Sunday, November 20, 2005

Russian Oil-Pulling Therapy

I periodically thumb through a small paperback book at a friend's house, entitled "Acupressure and Fitness" by Dr. H. Bhojraj, an accupressurist (is that a word?) from Sri Lanka. Copyright 2004.

I came across a Miracle Therapy that will ease or cure the following ailments: colds, cough, asthma, digestive problems, chronic headaches, pimples, cracking feet, and (honestly!) "etc." It cures etc.! It also cured one man of gas, insomnia, and sensitivity to weather.

Ok, here's what you do—be sure to read all through the directions before you try this.
Measure 10 ml of refined sunflower oil or groundnut oil (approximately one tablespoon) and without any great effort or hurry, wash and suck the oil inside the mouth like using a mouthwash. Never gargle or swallow the oil. Pull the oil through the teeth often; this oil will pull all the toxins from your mouth through saliva.
You have to do that for preferably 15 to 20 minutes, until the oil becomes a "thin, white foam."

It's best performed early in the morning, and on an empty stomach. If you're in a hurry to cure your cracking feet, do this 2-3 times a day.

When your 20 minutes is up, NEVER swallow that toxic saliva; it's best, the book says, to spit it into a sand-filled dust bin, and dispose of it regularly. (Like a litter box. A Spitter box. Ha! Get it? Spitter box!)

This has been a public service announcement. I'll be on my way, now, to take some Nyquil, put some lotion and cotton socks on my feet, count sheep, and wait for your comments about how ROPT works for you.

At the very least, I hope it cures your itchy et cetera. Keep me posted.


  1. What are the side effects of this?

    Some that I can guess: nausea, gavomiting, gagging...

    But, after hearing about this technique, and having a cold this past week - I did try saliva cleansing...

    with mouthwash.

  2. Oh. You are skewing my scientific experiment, by substituting. Go back and do it again with the oil, Momo.

  3. Anonymous11:39 AM

    Oil pulling is being discussed more and more frequently.



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