3 Ways to Boost Your Immune System with Coconut Oil

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As per Ayurveda, coconut oil has been used for ages to help support a healthy body and boost the immune system. Numerous studies attest to its anti-bacterial, antioxidant & anti-inflammatory properties.

USE IT TO SWISH (OIL PULLING): Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic dental technique that involves swishing a tablespoon of oil in your mouth on an empty stomach (morning usually). This helps draw out toxins in the body, primarily to improve oral health but also to improve overall health as many key organs are known to be connected to the tongue such as the kidneys, heart, lungs, small intestine, spine, etc

USE IT TO MASSAGE: Why not spoil yourself with a daily Abhyanga self massage? As per Ayurveda, the benefits of such a practice includes improved circulation, adds moisture and softness to the skin, lubricates internal organs, bones and joints, and aids in better sleep. The vitamin E from the oil also help perfect the hair, nails, & skin!

USE IT TO COOK: Considered as a super food with numerous health benefits, it can be used as a cooking oil while adding rich flavor to almost any meal. And don't get us started on the infinite amount of recipes using coconut oil... Thai Curry anyone?

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Published by Neha Arora

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