Oils And Neuropathy
Author: Julie R.
Location: CA, United States
Word Count: 239
Questions Received: Not available for contact
Testimonial ID: 2490-OR
A good friend of mine just went through a heart wrenching bout with multiple myloma, a cancer that attacks the bones. He spent a year going through chemotherapy and radiation treatment with an amazing attitude and humor despite the fear and physical stress this disease faces one with.
The wonderful news was that he came through it all and has been given a full remission status. Here is where this testimonial begins. This man is an extremely stoic, tough, and humorous person, so when his wife let me know that he was in terrible pain with the neuropathy in his feet that comes after chemotherapy, I suggested the oil blend that is listed in the EODR for neuropathy.
I ordered Geraniun, Spruce, and for her and during a particularly painful time she used the blend on his feet. The very next morning, unsolicited, he described his pain as being half of what it had been for the last several months. Actually, he said something like, "I don't know what that voodoo stuff that Julie gave you was, but my pain has been cut in half". They continued using the blend and over a few months his pain not only lessened, but the area that it covered had shrunk as well.
He is now only using the blend on an as needed basis when the pain reoccurs. When these oils bring relief to those you love, you truly understand how important they are.
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