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The Female Vulvar Itch Was Maddening!

Author: Jean G.
Date: 03-18-2018
Views: 236
Word Count: 304
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 11279-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 1

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I have had problems with itching of the vagina and vulva for several years now, non-stop. Even after Western medications helped to clear those areas of bacteria and yeast, the itching has gone on, maddeningly.

After reading several testimonials on essential oils to use for this problem, and trying several single oils, I found that this combination works like a charm for me. Ever since I started using it, I have prevented or been able to stop itching in those areas:

* 2 heaping teaspoons of coconut oil (solid)
* 10 drops of Frankincense oil
* 10 drops of Melrose oil blend
* 10 drops of Lavender oil

Place coconut oil in a small glass dish. Add the oils mentioned above. Then I place a Ziploc bag over the dish to keep the mixture clean until I run out of it.

I apply this salve to the external and inner vulvar surfaces that itch, after bathing and after urinating. If urine causes itching or pain, I use a wet washcloth or wet paper towel to clean the surfaces and then a dry towel to dry them, before applying the oil mixture.

Coconut oil is a solid at cool temperatures and liquid at warmer temperatures. When it is solid, I scoop a penny-sized glob of the oil mixture onto my fingers and apply to the vulvar external and internal surfaces. When the oil is liquid, I simply use a spoon to pour liquid oil mixture over my fingers, which I apply to the surfaces.

This mixture stops my itching almost immediately after application. I generally use it first thing in the morning, once or twice a day after using the bathroom, and at night before sleep. I find that as I have used this combination, I need to use it less often.

What a relief!

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Supporting Scientific Study
itching-(Pruritus) - "[T]ea tree oil seems to be a more effective anti-eczematic agent than zinc oxide and clobetasone butyrate...."Link

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