Ugly Pre Cancer Spot On My Nose
Author: Michelle S.
Skill: Massage Therapist
Word Count: 328
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 10904-OR
Brand Neutral: Yes
Scientific Studies: 8
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For at least a year, maybe two since time goes so fast, I have had a spot of my nose. It has been the size of my small fingernail. I tried to ignore it, but that could be dangerous as I have no insurance. At times it would get so big and obvious that I would sand it down with a file, which I learned is a big no no. I tried using two bottles of Frankincense oil on it with absolutely no improvement.
We must all remember, however, that just because it did work on you, doesn’t mean it will work for me. Our bodies are all so particular, and the oils work differently on each of us.
I went to a cancer screening last summer and the doctor highly recommended I come in and get that thing burnt off. I researched his idea online and discovered that sometimes it can cause a big mess.
So, out of nowhere I was drawn to use Jasmine oil. Each day I applied a small amount of Jasmine once a day plus a small dab of Rose Ointment. Now the spot is totally gone. I didn’t mark the time frame down, but I believe it happened within the first full bottle.
Now I have to add that I also started the Whole30 eating program last June 2015, which helped me eliminate sugar, so I think that played a part in this. After all, we we all know that sugar feeds cancer cells.
I’m now on my second bottle of Jasmine and I will probably use it the rest of my life because I do not want that thing to come back. I found a small finger nail sized spot on the side of my neck two week ago, so I started using Jasmine on that. Fortunately it’s almost gone.
That’s my testimonial and I’m stickin to it. I'm so happy!
Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: aging, cancerous, dermatitis, dermatology, face, facial, lentigine, lentigines, lentigo, skin, skincare.
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|Supporting Scientific Studies|
|1.||Associated topics: skin-cancer — Frankincense and myrrh showed anticancer effects.||Link|
|2.||Associated topics: actinic-keratosis,skin,skin-cancer — "Local application of frankincense essential oil may provide a non-surgical treatment alternative, with no or minimal side effect for carcinoma in situ, minimally invasive carcinoma and pre-cancerous conditions such as actinic keratosis."||Link|
|3.||Associated topics: skin — "[M]any curative properties attributed to various plants in indigenous medicine are also present in their essential oils.... These oils exert a number of general effects from the pharmacological viewpoint. When applied locally, the essential oils mix readily with skin oils, allowing these to attack the infective agents quickly and actively.... In vitro studies [were] conducted by the author on antimicrobial and anthelmintic [destructive to parasitic worms] properties of some essential oils...."||Link|
|4.||Associated topics: skin — "[One] method employed for wound healing is the application of lavender oil. Due to its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties, it is thought to prevent wound infections and to play a role in reducing pain by lowering inflammation.... Lavender oil is known to have antibacterial, antifungal, sedative, and/or antidepressant effects.... In addition to its antimicrobial effects, the anti-inflammatory analgesic properties of lavender oil have also been emphasized... The use of L. Angustifolia [lavender] is particularly recommended in chronically infected wounds due to its immune-stimulating and antimicrobial effects. There are also reports that lavender oil reduces scar tissue."||Link|
|5.||Associated topics: skin — "Tea tree oil (TTO) (Melaleuca alternifolia) has been used recently as an effective topical application for the treatment of skin infections due to a variety of aetiological microbial agents, including mainly bacterial infections. We detail... the successful treatment with TTO of a paediatric patient with warts on her right middle finger. TTO was applied topically once daily to the lesions for 12 days, with a successful outcome, including complete re-epithelization of the infected areas. The case highlights the potential use of TTO in the treatment of common warts due to human papilloma virus."||Link|
|6.||Associated topics: skin — "Tea tree oil... has become increasingly popular as an antimicrobial for the treatment of conditions such as tinea pedis [athlete’s foot] and acne....[T]ea tree oil can reduce histamine-induced skin inflammation."||Link|
|7.||Associated topics: skin — "Herbalists treat skin ailments, such as fungal infections (like candidiasis), wounds, eczema, and acne, with lavender oil. It is also used in a healing bath for joint and muscle pain. One study evaluating treatments for children with eczema found [that] it was therapeutic touch from the mother that improved symptoms; in other words, massage with and without essential oils (including lavender) both reduced the dry, scaly skin lesions. Another study found that lavender oil may improve pain control after surgery."||Link|
|8.||Associated topics: skin — "[A] pulverized mixture of four herbs including Agrimonia Eupatoria (A), Nelumbo Nucifera Gaertn (N), Boswellia Carteri (B) [Frankincense], and Pollen Typhae Angustifoliae (P)... was first described in Chinese canonical medicine about 2000 years ago for treatment of various trauma disorders, such as hemostasis [bleeding], anti-inflammatory, analgesia [pain], and wound healing, etc.... [W]e showed that local ANBP treatment not only significantly enhanced wound healing by relieving inflammation, increasing formation of granulation tissue, and accelerating re-epithelialization, but [it] also reduced scar formation by decreasing collagen production [and] protuberant height and volume of scars and [by] increasing collagen maturity.... [Results show that ANBP] promot[es] wound healing and alleviat[es] scar formation, which may be an effective therapy for human wounds at the earliest stage."||Link|