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Basal Cell Skin Cancer Vs. Thyme

Author: Sheryl Hawkinson
Location: TX, United States
Date: 03-02-2008
Views: 9,136
Word Length: 130
Questions received: 5
Testimonial ID: 2714-OR

After reading my "Essential Oils Pocket Reference" handbook. I learned that Thyme essential oil is the recommended oil for basal cell skin cancer. I told my husband to start using it. He started applying the oil each morning and evening on the side of his face directly on the cancer spots. He told me he used the oil full strength and that it was very HOT. (I would recommend that the oil be diluted with an organic vegetable oil.) It took 3 to 4 days before scabs appeared and by the end of the week the scabs had fallen off. Now he is applying lavender oil diluted 50:50 with organic grape seed oil to replenish the skin. He no longer has any signs of cancer on his face!

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