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Removing Moles And Skin Tags



Author: Lisa M.
Skill: Reflexologist
Date: 01-03-2006
Views: 11,471
Word Count: 167
Questions Received: 6
Testimonial ID: 1162-OR

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I got rid of a mole/skin tag that had been on my neck for years with Oregano oil. I've heard that moles begin with a virus and are linked to the liver and or lungs so it makes sense that Oregano would work. I had used Thieves on it previously with no luck. When I decided to get aggressive with the Oregano oil, twice a day, the mole dried up and fell off in less than two weeks.

The Oregano burns if you're not careful with it and I had some pain as the mole was literally drying up and withering away, but it was worth it. It also left a red spot where the mole had been but that eventually went away too. I didn't dilute the Oregano with a carrier oil but after trial and error I would recommend doing so. I have found that adding a drop or two of Lavender to Oregano when applying it neat helps tremendously.



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