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Hit With Vertigo And Labyrinthitis Again

Author: Gloria F.
Date: 08-21-2015
Views: 15,382
Word Count: 259
Questions Received: 5
Testimonial ID: 10748-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 6

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I was suddenly hit with debilitating vertigo a week ago as I was going to bed. I tried to get up and was literally walking into the walls of my home. Then the nausea and dizziness came.

I found that I was too debilitated to even get into my essential oils reference book to find the essential oils to use right then and there. I just needed to lie down.

When I awoke the next morning, I knew that I wanted some fast relief. I had dealt with labyrinthitis (a.k.a. otitis interna, vestibular neuronitis, vestibular neuritis) many years ago before starting to use therapeutic-grade essential oils, and it took me six months to get well!

After I looked up many testimonials at, I decided to slam my body with the oils from a combination of 5 testimonials. Here is what I did:

1. I applied the Valor blend on my wrist and then inhaled it.
2. I applied Cypress all around and behind my ears.
3. I put a drop of Frankincense under my tongue.
4. I applied Peppermint on my neck and around my whole ear.

I followed this protocol every hour. After five hours, the vertigo stopped.

I was hopeful that it was gone for good. However, knowing how bad it was when I had vertigo many years ago, I was not sure that it was actually gone.

But it really was gone! Here it is a week later, and it has never come back.

Therapeutic-grade essential oils are the only oils to choose because of their purity. Please do not use any other essential oils.

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Supporting Scientific Studies
1.Associated topics: ears — "Essential oils or their components placed in the ear canal can provide effective treatment of acute otitis media."Link
2.Associated topics: dizzy-/-lightheaded-(Vertigo),ears — "[We] evaluate[d] the efficacy of the Pycnogenol [French maritime pine bark extract] in improving cochlear flow and symptoms... for patients with Meniere’s disease (MD), tinnitus, and cochlear hypoperfusion.... Symptoms of Meniere’s disease [spontaneous vertigo, positional vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, pressure in the ear, unsteady gait], flow at cochlear level, and tinnitus improved in Pycnogenol subjects...."Link
3.Associated topics: ears — "[We] investigate[d] antimicrobial treatment of an infected [Staphylococcus aureus] cochlear implant, undertaken in an attempt to salvage the infected device.... 5 percent tea tree oil completely eradicated the biofilm following exposure for 1 hour.... Treatment of infected cochlear implants with novel agents such as tea tree oil could significantly improve salvage outcome."Link
4.Associated topics: vestibular-disorder — "Idiopathic vestibular syndrome is the most common cause of peripheral vestibular disease in dogs and, despite its dramatic clinical presentation, can improve without intervention."Link
5.Associated topics: dizzy-/-lightheaded-(Vertigo),ears — "Ginger root reduced the induced vertigo significantly better than did placebo."Link
6.Associated topics: dizzy-/-lightheaded-(Vertigo) — "Ginger root reduced the tendency to vomiting and cold sweating significantly better than placebo did.... Remarkably fewer symptoms of nausea and vertigo were reported after ginger root ingestion...."Link

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