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questlon:

99% of my socks are single u don’t see them crying about it

(via carmens-converse)

problackgirl:

we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.

(via rrkzn)

goconuts:

Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Dental Health By Kris Gunnars I love it when I learn new things from the comments people leave on my site.
About two weeks ago, I wrote an article about coconut oil – an awesome tropical oil with many health benefits.
A few people commented that they use coconut oil for something called Oil Pulling – which is kind of like using an oil as mouthwash.
Apparently, there are quite a few studies that support this process and a lot of people swear by it.
It is claimed to whiten your teeth, make your breath fresher and lead to massive improvements in oral health.
I have now been doing this every morning for about 10 days… and I am impressed.
What is Oil Pulling and How Does it Work?
Oil pulling involves swishing oil around the mouth and has been used for thousands of years as an Indian folk remedy.
In order to oil pull, you put a tablespoon of oil in your mouth, then swish it around for 15-20 minutes.
The main benefit of doing this, is that it reduces the amount of harmful bacteria in the mouth.
There are actually thousands of different types of bacteria in the mouth. Some of them are friendly, others are not.
The bacteria in the mouth create a “biofilm” on the teeth – a thin layer that they use to adhere to the surface. This is what we know as “plaque.”
Having some plaque on your teeth is normal, but if it gets out of hand it can cause all sorts of problems, including bad breath, yellow teeth, gum inflammation, gingivitis and cavities.
The way oil pulling works is simple. When you swish the oil around your mouth, the bacteria “get stuck” in it and dissolve in the liquid oil.
Basically, you remove a large amount of the bacteria and plaque in your mouth each time you do this.  from http://authoritynutrition.com

goconuts:

Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Dental Health
By Kris Gunnars
I love it when I learn new things from the comments people leave on my site.

About two weeks ago, I wrote an article about coconut oil – an awesome tropical oil with many health benefits.

A few people commented that they use coconut oil for something called Oil Pulling – which is kind of like using an oil as mouthwash.

Apparently, there are quite a few studies that support this process and a lot of people swear by it.

It is claimed to whiten your teeth, make your breath fresher and lead to massive improvements in oral health.

I have now been doing this every morning for about 10 days… and I am impressed.

What is Oil Pulling and How Does it Work?

Oil pulling involves swishing oil around the mouth and has been used for thousands of years as an Indian folk remedy.

In order to oil pull, you put a tablespoon of oil in your mouth, then swish it around for 15-20 minutes.

The main benefit of doing this, is that it reduces the amount of harmful bacteria in the mouth.

There are actually thousands of different types of bacteria in the mouth. Some of them are friendly, others are not.

The bacteria in the mouth create a “biofilm” on the teeth – a thin layer that they use to adhere to the surface. This is what we know as “plaque.”

Having some plaque on your teeth is normal, but if it gets out of hand it can cause all sorts of problems, including bad breath, yellow teeth, gum inflammation, gingivitis and cavities.

The way oil pulling works is simple. When you swish the oil around your mouth, the bacteria “get stuck” in it and dissolve in the liquid oil.

Basically, you remove a large amount of the bacteria and plaque in your mouth each time you do this.
from http://authoritynutrition.com

project-reinvent:

Have any of you heard of this? I hadn’t but I might give it a try. Who knows if it works, but I have a ton of coconut oil around and I figure it can’t hurt.

project-reinvent:

Have any of you heard of this? I hadn’t but I might give it a try. Who knows if it works, but I have a ton of coconut oil around and I figure it can’t hurt.

You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes every day. This is a power you can cultivate. If you want to control things in your life so bad, work on the mind. That’s the only thing you should be trying to control.
– Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love  (via shittyteenblog)

(Source: larmoyante, via rrkzn)

yashmasterflash:

Things I’ve lost. July 2013.

yashmasterflash:

Things I’ve lost. July 2013.

Kiss me – kiss me -
Cover my body in love
Like my body does not belong to me
As though I am being pulled apart
By the stars -
My spine only exists to
keep me standing upright -
Without you
I would be happy – happy
to crumble into dust.
– Tracy Emin (via crabbybanana)

leftoftheleft:

“There is a small piece in the human body. If it is pure, the whole body becomes pure. However, if it is corrupt, the whole body becomes corrupt. Indeed it is the heart.”

— The Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)

(via rrkzn)

ourpoeticlives:

bunnyfood:

"You’re gonna do great today."

he’s so worried

ourpoeticlives:

bunnyfood:

"You’re gonna do great today."

he’s so worried

(Source: awwsauce, via lost-sxul)

(Source: changethechanged, via rrkzn)

questlon:

99% of my socks are single u don’t see them crying about it

(via carmens-converse)

problackgirl:

we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.

(via rrkzn)

(via lost-sxul)

goconuts:

Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Dental Health By Kris Gunnars I love it when I learn new things from the comments people leave on my site.
About two weeks ago, I wrote an article about coconut oil – an awesome tropical oil with many health benefits.
A few people commented that they use coconut oil for something called Oil Pulling – which is kind of like using an oil as mouthwash.
Apparently, there are quite a few studies that support this process and a lot of people swear by it.
It is claimed to whiten your teeth, make your breath fresher and lead to massive improvements in oral health.
I have now been doing this every morning for about 10 days… and I am impressed.
What is Oil Pulling and How Does it Work?
Oil pulling involves swishing oil around the mouth and has been used for thousands of years as an Indian folk remedy.
In order to oil pull, you put a tablespoon of oil in your mouth, then swish it around for 15-20 minutes.
The main benefit of doing this, is that it reduces the amount of harmful bacteria in the mouth.
There are actually thousands of different types of bacteria in the mouth. Some of them are friendly, others are not.
The bacteria in the mouth create a “biofilm” on the teeth – a thin layer that they use to adhere to the surface. This is what we know as “plaque.”
Having some plaque on your teeth is normal, but if it gets out of hand it can cause all sorts of problems, including bad breath, yellow teeth, gum inflammation, gingivitis and cavities.
The way oil pulling works is simple. When you swish the oil around your mouth, the bacteria “get stuck” in it and dissolve in the liquid oil.
Basically, you remove a large amount of the bacteria and plaque in your mouth each time you do this.  from http://authoritynutrition.com

goconuts:

Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Dental Health
By Kris Gunnars
I love it when I learn new things from the comments people leave on my site.

About two weeks ago, I wrote an article about coconut oil – an awesome tropical oil with many health benefits.

A few people commented that they use coconut oil for something called Oil Pulling – which is kind of like using an oil as mouthwash.

Apparently, there are quite a few studies that support this process and a lot of people swear by it.

It is claimed to whiten your teeth, make your breath fresher and lead to massive improvements in oral health.

I have now been doing this every morning for about 10 days… and I am impressed.

What is Oil Pulling and How Does it Work?

Oil pulling involves swishing oil around the mouth and has been used for thousands of years as an Indian folk remedy.

In order to oil pull, you put a tablespoon of oil in your mouth, then swish it around for 15-20 minutes.

The main benefit of doing this, is that it reduces the amount of harmful bacteria in the mouth.

There are actually thousands of different types of bacteria in the mouth. Some of them are friendly, others are not.

The bacteria in the mouth create a “biofilm” on the teeth – a thin layer that they use to adhere to the surface. This is what we know as “plaque.”

Having some plaque on your teeth is normal, but if it gets out of hand it can cause all sorts of problems, including bad breath, yellow teeth, gum inflammation, gingivitis and cavities.

The way oil pulling works is simple. When you swish the oil around your mouth, the bacteria “get stuck” in it and dissolve in the liquid oil.

Basically, you remove a large amount of the bacteria and plaque in your mouth each time you do this.
from http://authoritynutrition.com

project-reinvent:

Have any of you heard of this? I hadn’t but I might give it a try. Who knows if it works, but I have a ton of coconut oil around and I figure it can’t hurt.

project-reinvent:

Have any of you heard of this? I hadn’t but I might give it a try. Who knows if it works, but I have a ton of coconut oil around and I figure it can’t hurt.

JULIA

(Source: thespoonmissioner, via lauralie123)

You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes every day. This is a power you can cultivate. If you want to control things in your life so bad, work on the mind. That’s the only thing you should be trying to control.
– Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love  (via shittyteenblog)

(Source: larmoyante, via rrkzn)

yashmasterflash:

Things I’ve lost. July 2013.

yashmasterflash:

Things I’ve lost. July 2013.

Kiss me – kiss me -
Cover my body in love
Like my body does not belong to me
As though I am being pulled apart
By the stars -
My spine only exists to
keep me standing upright -
Without you
I would be happy – happy
to crumble into dust.
– Tracy Emin (via crabbybanana)

leftoftheleft:

“There is a small piece in the human body. If it is pure, the whole body becomes pure. However, if it is corrupt, the whole body becomes corrupt. Indeed it is the heart.”

— The Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)

(via rrkzn)

ourpoeticlives:

bunnyfood:

"You’re gonna do great today."

he’s so worried

ourpoeticlives:

bunnyfood:

"You’re gonna do great today."

he’s so worried

(Source: awwsauce, via lost-sxul)

"You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes every day. This is a power you can cultivate. If you want to control things in your life so bad, work on the mind. That’s the only thing you should be trying to control."
"Kiss me – kiss me -
Cover my body in love
Like my body does not belong to me
As though I am being pulled apart
By the stars -
My spine only exists to
keep me standing upright -
Without you
I would be happy – happy
to crumble into dust."

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