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oil pull color


I had read repeatedly on here that the oil pull will be white and frothy when finished. I orginally started with olive oil since that was what I had on hand and it would come out yellow, but I assumed that was because of the original color of olive oil. I finally got coconut oil and pulled with it for the first time and it too came out very yellow, even though I know it started as white, so what gives? Is that just how it is in the beginning when it is pulling the stains from the teeth so it reflects the color of the stains it removed or have I done something wrong? I'm pulling for 20 minutes and it is completely watery once I stop, which I had also read that if you didn't do it long enough then it would also be yellow, but at this point with the coconut oil, it seems I'm the one turning it yellow?

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