The process apparently involves swishing oil around in your mouth for 10-20 minutes, to collect bacteria, and toxins, which your body expunges through the saliva:
The oil pulls all mucous, bacteria and toxins from your body through your saliva. (source).
Google will show you many claims related to "miracle" cures related to Oil Pulling. But for the purpose of this question, I want to focus specifically on one claim. I can imagine how something like this might help with gum disease or other oral health issues. And I'm pretty skeptical of the claim that this can cure AIDS. So I've chosen one of the "mid-range" claims for my focus:
Oil Pulling ("OP") is reported to cure: Mouth & Gum Disease; Stiff Joints; Allergies; Asthma; High Blood Sugar; Constipation; Migraines; Bronchitis; Eczema; Heart, Kidney, Lung Diseases; Leukemia; Arthritis; Meningitis; Insomnia; Menopause (hormonal issues); Cancer; AIDS; Chronic Infections; Varicose Veins; High Blood Pressure; Diabetes; Polio; Cracked Heels.
Is there any evidence that Oil Pulling can cure Arthritis, whether completely, or even simply to help with the severity of symptoms?