Frankincense And Possible Skin Cancer
Author: Carol Lynn N.
Word Count: 157
Questions Received: 1
Testimonial ID: 2749-OR
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My husband had a black spot about the size of a dime that the doctor said was uneven and should be looked at by a dermatologist. In order to get a referral he had to see his GP and she made the same remarks. Both doctors said it looked like possible skin cancer.
He began using Frankincense several times a day and at night would put a couple drops on a small amount of cotton and then put it against the skin with a bandaide to hold it for the night. In a couple weeks he began to see the spot change color and parts of it fall off. By the end of the third week the spot was gone.
I had the same experience with a small grey like spot on my elbow and it took about three weeks following the same procedure and it fell off in my hand.
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