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Oils We Used For Blood Clots After Knee Surgery

Author: Brenda C.
Skill: Naturopath
Date: 05-25-2016
Views: 10,640
Word Count: 277
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 10975-OR
Brand Neutral: Yes
Scientific Studies: 3

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After my husband's knee replacement surgery, he developed blood clots in the leg below that knee. Since he can not take prescription blood thinners, he has been doing several herbs for over 5 years and with wonderful results; until this!

At a loss on what to do, I did some research and found one guy who was in the hospital for blood clots, and did an experiment using four different essential oils. He told where he was being monitored for a blood thinner so he decided to take 2 drops each of Helichrysum, Lemon, Lavender, and Clove oil in a capsule just to see how it affected the testing of his blood.

To make a long story short, when he ingested the oils, he did not need the blood thinner.

So we decided to give it a try on my husband twice per day. We also applied the Helichrysum oil on his leg in the area of the clots, but we only did this twice.

The blood clots were found on a Friday and my husband was scheduled to see a vein specialist the following Wednesday. When he got there, he was told the clots were already dissolving!

We continued this protocol for another week, then discontinued it. Since I know how to muscle test, I used that method to determine if and when my husband needed the four oils I mentioned above. Make sure the oils you use are not compromised or adulterated with other chemicals to make them stretch further. Quality is very important.

We are both very grateful for the power of these oils and will never be without them because they work!

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Supporting Scientific Studies
1.Associated topics: blood — "Cinnamaldehyde [in cinnamon] has antihyperglycemic and antihyperlipidemic [cholesterol-lowering] actions in db/db mice and could be useful in the treatment of type-2 diabetes."Link
2.Associated topics: blood — "D-limonene is a major constituent in citrus essential oil.... Recently, d-limonene has been reported to alleviate fatty liver induced by a high-fat diet. Our data suggest that the intake of d-limonene may benefit patients with dyslipidemia and hyperglycemia and is a potential dietary supplement for preventing and ameliorating metabolic disorders."Link
3.Associated topics: helichrysum-oil — "...its flowers and leaves are the most used parts in the treatment of health disorders such as allergies, colds, cough, skin, liver and gallbladder disorders, inflammation, infections and sleeplessness... In vitro studies characterized Helichrysum as an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory agent. Its flavonoids and terpenes were effective against bacteria (e.g. Staphylococcus aureus), its acetophenones, phloroglucinols and terpenoids displayed antifungal action against Candida albicans and its flavonoids and phloroglucinols inhibited HSV and HIV, respectively.... Regarding Helichrysum italicum in vivo activity, the highlight goes to ...the anti-inflammatory properties exhibited by its flavonoids, acetophenones and phloroglucinols, as seen in animal models."Link

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