for the first two consecutive days take a breath analyzer at the same time to establish a baseline.
the third day, drink some alcohol, wait 20 minutes and then use the breath analyzer to measure the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream. then take the oil pulling for 20 minutes and once again use and measure and record the breath analyzer results.
for the fourth day, try eating the same food (and amounts) as the third day. drink the same amount of alcohol, then wait 40 minutes, then oil pull 20 minutes and then use and measure the breath analyzer.
someone may ask, why/what is the reason for using 20 minutes? according the theory(?) of op'ing, it takes the blood 20 minutes to circulate around the body. thus we give the op'ing test, a chance to absorb the alcohol.
by doing this we may establish:
1) does the breath analyzer work and how well? (the first and second day results)
2) does the breath analyzer measure alcohol and what number is given? (the third day)
3) does the waiting of 40 minutes after drinking the alcohol contents of the breath analyzer affect the op'ing results? (the third day results)
4) does measuring and the waiting of 60 minutes after the drinking of alcohol different than the 40 minutes of the third day results?
5) there may be some other unknown variable or effect we have not considered as of yet.
i am sure these suggestions/ideas can be improved upon by others. this is just to "kick start" the idea. for example- how much time elapses after drinking alcohol does the breath analyzer become most effective? i used 20 minutes. this may or may not be correct.