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Take a Look at the Structure and Functions of the Sphenoid Bone

Sphenoid Bone - bat-like, butterfly-like, keystone bone in the middle of the cranium. See those holes with white showing through? This is where the optical nerve passes through.

Sphenoid Bone - bat-like, butterfly-like, keystone bone in the middle of the cranium. See those holes with white showing through? This is where the optical nerve passes through.

Sphenoid Bone

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The Sphenoid Bone

The Sphenoid Bone

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TMJ Dysfunction - Oil Pulling with Organic Cold Pressed Coconut Oil Oil pulling with coconut oil wasn't a new thing to me. I tried it for a while back in 2012 briefly. It didn't stick though and I wasn't doing it for long enough OR doing it daily. This is key to it's effectiveness - at least at first. I started regularly oil pulling in June or July of 2014. I did it everyday, for 20 minutes using about a

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