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Thursday, December 25, 2014

Coconut Oil – Fad or Awesomest Oil Ever?

I’m sharing some of my favorite uses for coconut oil:
  • Cooking.  One of the few healthy oils that should be used for high heat cooking.
  • Deodorant.  B.O. is from bacteria and since coconut oil has antibacterial properties, you can get rid of your deodorant (which likely has aluminum in it = BAD) and use coconut oil instead.  You can add any essential oil to it if desired.  Tea tree or peppermint are nice.
  • Toothpaste.  See above.  Mix equal parts coconut oil + baking soda +/- a couple drops of peppermint essential oil.
  • Oil Pulling.  Swish oil between teeth for 5-10 minutes to kill bad bacteria and thus freshen breath.
  • Weight loss.  The medium chain fatty acids are easily burned as fuel for energy.  Actually stimulates metabolism and burns fat.
  • C. diff infections (usually caused from antibiotics) – take 1 tablespoon 1-4 x/day.
  • Tooth abscess – coconut and sea salt mouth wash massaged onto affected gum and coconut oil on outside surface of jaw.
  • Heals wounds and greatly diminishes any scarring!
  • Burns – great for pain, healing, and scaring.
  • Skin moisturizer.
  • Reduces cellulite.  Mix 1 tablespoon of coconut oil with 10 drops of grapefruit essential oil then massage into area after shower/bath.
  • Shaving cream.
  • Alzheimer’s Dementia – many reports of it helping memory, concentration and mood.  On a personal note, coconut oil daily given to my own grandfather helped (without a doubt!) when nothing else would.
  • Improves Cholesterol profile.  Raises good and lowers the bad (‘bad’ is a misnomer since it’s not really bad) cholesterol.
  • Blood sugar balancer.
  • Intimate lubricant.  Won’t disturb vaginal flora like other lubricants.
  • Insect repellent.  Mix with a few drops of essential oils of tea tree, peppermint, rosemary, citronella to keep bugs away.  At least as effective and a million times safer than DEET.
The only potential side effects I’ll often see is: loose stool which is only when taken internally in too high of dosage.  “Too high of dosage” means different amounts for different people.  This of course leads me to one last usefulness for coconut oil: constipation :)

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing such beautiful information with us. I hope you will share some more information about coconut. Please keep sharing.
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