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Cellulitis Of Lower Leg

Author: Lanette McDaniel
Location: AR, United States
Date: 08-28-2006
Views: 7,217
Word Length: 211
Questions received: 4
Testimonial ID: 1687-OR

My son-in-law began a new job on a Wednesday and came home with his leg swollen from his knee to his, hot and blistered looking. His new job entailed being on his feet all day and he had no health insurance (PTL).

I stopped by after work and encouraged him to use the Thieves + grapeseed oil mix that I had given to them earlier for other problems. He used it 2 times prior to bed and his leg was down to normal size the next morning but still red and with blisters.

The next evening I took clove+grapeseed oil, frankincense+go and peppermint+go in individual bottles with the instructions to layer them beginning with the clove (bacterial), then frankincense and final layering of peppermint. By Saturday the swelling had completely left his leg with minimal amount in his ankle. The heat and redness was gone. His leg looks like it is going to peel but that is expected after swelling and fever. His leg had places that looked like infected bites but he had no knowledge of such happening.

I am just so excited about the positive results as he has liked the oils but has not been excited about them until now!

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