Upper Respiratory Infections
Author: Sakara Kemilla
Location: VA, United States
Word Length: 165
Questions Received: 1
Testimonial ID: 2217-OR
My mother is in a nursing home and she has had repeated hospitalizations for upper respiratory infections. Often the doctors have identified her problem as pneumonia.
Several other residents of the nursing home had similar symptoms in the same two-month period as my mother. When the nursing home administrator came to visit her, my mother told her she suspected the ventilation system needed cleaning.
When my mother returned back to the nursing home from the hospital, I asked her to use whatever oils she had on hand to combat the systems she was having. Di-gize from Young Living was what she chose even though it is not typically recommended for respiratory. She covered her chest with it and ingested it for five days. It has now been months since she has had any problem with the pneumonia-like symptoms. Additionally, the oxygen that had been administered daily has been needed only once a week since she used DiGize.
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