‘Oil pulling: a wonderful Therapy’ http://www.oilpulling.com/index.htm
Lt. Col. T.K.Rao (Thummala Koteeswara Rao) of Bangalore applied this simple therapy on himself and his wife. Encouraged by the cure of his chronic asthma of three decades, and his wife's varicose veins on both legs of twenty-five years, he volunteered to help others and popularized OP in India.
The Website deals with oil pulling. The URL and the Website title are relevant and purposeful. It is being updated more frequently. All the links are leading to the concerned Web pages. All the Web pages are loading on the click of the hot spots. There is not much advertisement distracting the browser’s attention.
The home page opens with Dr.Karach’s message and an article about oil pulling. The method, precaution and results of oil pulling are communicated in the successive paragraphs. After visiting the home page, the browser could gain a basic understanding about oil pulling therapy. However, this may not be sufficient for the commons to get convinced about the therapy. ‘Frequently asked questions’ (FAQ) pages answer few basic questions like ‘What is the best time to practice OP?’, ‘Who can Practice OP?’, ‘How much time gap is required to eat or drink after OP?’, ‘What other Oils can be used for OP?’ , ‘Can we do any other work while doing OP?’, ‘Is there any difference in the practice of OP for Acute and Chronic diseases?’ and few more questions on the therapy.
The users benefited by oil pulling include university professors, practicing physicians, Army officers, and government servants. The ‘User Experience’ part of the Website reports about the oil pulling miracles and the cure of various diseases like allergy and respiratory problems, skin problems like pigmentation, itching, scars, black patches, and eczema etc, digestive system, arthritis and joint pains, heart disease and B.P, diabetes , piles, diseases pertaining to female reproductive system, diseases like Polio, Cancer, Leprosy, polycystic kidney, neural fibroma, paralysis etc.,
Few Website references are found under ‘Books / References’ heading. The Web page ‘Freeware’ is under construction. The detailed ‘disclaimer’ is about oil pulling.