Oil Pulling - any science behind why it MIGHT work?
Could oil really pull the poisons from our systems - any possibility?
by hazelbrown 7 years ago
Has anyone tried oil pulling? If so, why did you try it, and did it have any effect?I have serious gum loss in just ONE tooth! All my other gums are perfect, and I've never even had a cavity! I am so aggravated, and willing to try anything to fix it. I am scared of gum...
by ngureco 3 years ago
Is oil pulling a scam? Might other liquids be just as effective as oil for oral swishing?
by George 6 years ago
There is always the grand question what is love, but there is a science behind it, what does it mean to you?
by Csaba Bebesai 6 years ago
I have observed atheists. They have a striking similarity. They think the existence of a Creator God is impossible. I mean, why? What is so uncanny in a God? There are lots of things we don't know about, and don't understand. Maybe God is the Ultimate Unexplained? Why do ya atheists fear the *idea...
by SocraticMethod 6 years ago
Many thinkers argue that psychology is not a science, in that the methodology and the reasoning used does not lead to nor provide a generalizable theory of human nature or behaviors. Yet, without a sound theory of human nature, there is still a widely held view that there is such a thing as mental...
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