Oil Pulling for Oral Health:Oil Pulling - a wonder therapy Smitha Amith, Amith H. V.
A short story from British Library Crime Classic The Christmas Card Crime and Other Stories. ´It’s a very rare thing for a murder to be committed actually in the presence of a police officer.´ Or so it was thought.... After the police fail to trace the writer behind a series of threatening letters to wealthy industrialist Sir Charles Leighton, he demands constant police protection. And thus it is up to Inspector Lang to accompany the man to a bridge party on New Year’s Eve - and track down his killer.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gordon Griffin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/isis/003911/bk_isis_003911_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Sie sind reinste Kraftpakete und Muskelprotze. Sie brüllen, sie toben, sie qualmen und sie spucken Feuer: Diese DVD entführt Sie in die faszinierte Welt der PS-Giganten. Von den Besonderheiten der Traktor Pulling-Wettbewerbe bis zu den Bremswagen: Erleben Sie den Showdown der Schlepper-Monster hautnah!
Der Profi Gigant - ein Bauernbolide von einem anderen Stern: Der stärkste Radschlepper Europas ist 4,80 Meter breit - fast 4 Meter hoch und über 7 Meter lang. Ein Megatraktor mit einem 6-Zylinder MAN-Schiffsdiesel und 650 PS aus 12,5 Litern Hubraum. Im oberbayerischen Notzing tritt er zu einem ganz besonderen Duell an: zum Traktorpulling. Auf zwei Bahnen wird in 12 PS Klassen der jeweils stärkste Schlepper ermittelt. Das bewegliche Belastungsgewicht auf dem Bremswagen sorgt dafür, dass es für den Schlepper immer schwerer wird, je weiter er den Wagen zieht.
Stake in West Texas: Pulling a Chain and Raising a Family Across Big Oil Country: Rebecca D. Henderson
An introduction to oil pulling. What would you say if someone asked you to wash your mouth with oil? ´´Honestly, that sounds disgusting and greasy, so I´m quite uninterested in doing that to my very own mouth. I feed myself through it - and who wants to feel slime all over his or her mouth?´´ But when I learned about a therapy that uses oil to cure diseases and oral problems, I admit I was only a little bit fascinated, until I discovered all the benefits it could provide. Let me tell you that this kind of therapy requires you to be patient and responsible. I read a story about an Indian man whose teeth were rattling, which caused extreme pain through his head and jaw. The dentist told him that the rot was too deep, so he needed his teeth extracted. He was afraid to undergo the extraction until six months later, when his friend came to him and said that he knew about an alternative therapist who prescribes sunflower oil as mouthwash. The man needed no extraction and kept all 32 of his teeth intact! If you don´t know what oil therapy is about, join us as we discover the health benefits of oil pulling together. The brainchild of this wonderful therapy is Dr. F. Karach, who suggests rinsing the gums and the teeth very carefully with a tablespoon of any vegetable oil. A person must do it very slowly for a good 15 to 20 minutes, three times a day, with an empty stomach. At first, the oil hisses viciously inside your mouth, but as the body´s digestive juices dilute it, it becomes thin and white. When the oil becomes milky in color, you should spit it out and immediately brush your teeth. Dr. Karach studied the gargled oil under a 600 magnification microscope and discovered live organisms bathing in it. He warns that the oil is poisonous, so you should never swallow it. The said, the poisons are bacteria embryos that, if not eradicated, could cause viruses and infections. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Miranda Crandall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/039146/bk_acx0_039146_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Oil Pulling Revolution:The Natural Approach to Dental Care, Whole-Body Detoxification and Disease Prevention Michelle Coleman
What happens when one spouse intimidates his or her partner day after day after day? What impact does it have if an employee´s dignity is stripped away by abusive corporate policies? When a powerful government flexes its muscle against weaker nations, what price will it pay?These are questions Robert Fuller explores in his discussion of ´´rankism´´, defined as the abuse of power inherent in rank. He explores the short- and long-term effects of bullying by individuals and institutions, and lays the groundwork for how we can overcome abuse of power in our relationships, on the job, and within our government. The solutions may surprise you. According to Fuller, ´´Rank is not the culprit. We need, in order to organize human affairs, to have certain ranks with certain powers, just as we do in the U.S. government. But we need to have checks and balances on those ranks.´´Sadly, the checks and balances provided by our Constitution seem to be falling by the wayside, and Robert Fuller´s theories may hold the key to restoring balance in our political system and every other area of our lives. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Toms. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/newd/000024/rt_newd_000024_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.