Lavender Oil After Stepping On A Nail Head
Author: Mary S.
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Testimonial ID: 1018-OR
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My husband stepped on a nail head on our deck in 1999. He had on a pair of thong sandals and when he stepped on the nail head, a dime-sized piece of rubber was pushed into his foot. I took him to the emergency room where his foot was x-rayed but the piece of rubber did not show up. The doctor said he did not believe there was anything there. However, they gave him injection after injection into the bottom of his foot trying to numb it. My poor husband was in agony.
After the 4th set of injections, my husband walked out. He refused to allow any more injections. When we got home, I applied Lavender essential oil and did so several times a day every day for the next week. He was in constant pain from the rubber being in his foot and he decided he was going to get it out without going back to the doctor. It took quite awhile but he finally succeeded and his pain relief after the removal was immediate. He was amazed that there was absolutely no infection and the only odor from his foot was Lavender. He does not even have a scar.
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