No Quick Fix

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One of my readers messaged me and asked how many days of swishing would it take to cure diabetes. Days?

If you don’t already know, swishing, or oil pulling is the ancient practice called Kavala Gandoosha, used in India to maintain good health for over 5,000 years. This practice is claimed to cure about 30 systemic diseases ranging from migraine headache to diabetes and asthma, along with preventing tooth decay, oral malodor, bleeding gums, dryness of throat, cracked lips, and for strengthening teeth, gums and the jaw, while whitening the teeth. It is a form of ‘complimentary’ medicine, and a powerfully detoxifying technique. Constipated? I challenge any of you to vigorously swish cold pressed sesame oil for 20 minutes, and then not go to the bathroom! Even my dentist does oil pulling every day, as a part of his morning routine. But don’t expect immediate result folks. Your teeth did not get yellow and loose overnight, nor do you just suddenly wake up one day with diabetes. It could take months…it is not a quick fix.

Likewise with juicing, honey and cinnamon, and even exercise, it takes time for the body to change, and like a flower that is going from bud to bloom, you may not be able to measure the progress moment to moment, or on a daily basis. For you that want a quick fix- there isn’t one!

The discipline of good daily health practices takes commitment. I cannot brag that I am consistent with ‘best health practices’ but I certainly know what they are, and am happy to give you a few tips about each;

oilp2oil pulling Swish fora  good 20 minutes on an empty stomach and use cold pressed sesame oil.

juicing juicing Drink your pressed juice before it separates, for maximum nutritional benefit.

 

 

honeyhoney and cinnamon Take it straight up, or make a tea. Cure stomach ulcers from the root and a host of other benefits.

 

 

 

 

5 rites5 rites At any age, these exercises only take about 15 minutes, and help maintain strength, balance, and flexibility.

 

 

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daily walk Connect with your neighborhood and get some cardio. Bring your dog along.

 

 

prayeracknowledging and thanking the powers that be If the sun does not rise tomorrow, we are all dead. Take the time to thank the life force, God, for each day and each blessing.

 

                                                                             random acts of kindness You can never do too much of this, folks…kind4 kind2 kind3 kind1kiind1  kind14

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