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Oregano For Mole Removal

Author: Becky Lucas
Skill: Nurse
Location: OH, United States
Posted: 08-01-2006
Views: 11,633
Word Length: 176
Questions received: 9

There were about a dozen moles on my neck (pictures to confirm). These were bothersome and painful at times with jewelry or hair becoming wrapped around them and then bleeding upon occassion. I applied oregano NEAT to them, starting often (3 times daily) since I wanted them to be gone. This did remove the moles and I now have only one small one left that I am going to apply the oil to. But I quickly learned how potent the oregano oil is to the skin. My skin reacted to the oil due to the NEAT process and the frequency that I was applying. I decreased the amounts and in about 2 weeks time (per mole) the mole did dry up and then fall off. It has been several months now and there is no evidence of where the moles had been.

Next time, diluting the oregano about 6:1 with olive oil is suggested. I also hear Frankincense is good for this, but I have not tried that myself.

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