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Frankincense Worked On Dry Skin Patches

Author: Betty M.
Date: 05-30-2008
Views: 4,860
Word Count: 147
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 2906-OR
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Scientific Studies: 1

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This doesn't claim to treat or cure anything, but I can see why Frankincense is still in holy texts. My cousin got some persistent dry patches on his hands from handling home repair chemicals without gloves.

After nine months of scratching, picking and applying emoluments that didn't bring relief, I gave him a half-bottle of essential oil of Frankincense to put on the patches. My sister, Elizabeth Bond, a Young Living distributor, suggested trying it with no claims that it would mitigate the problem.

He would wash his hands to clean and increase moisture on the spots, then put a couple of drops on the dry pathces several times a day for about two months. And it seems appropriate to say at this point, lo and behold, pink healthy skin started growing from the bottom of the dry spots until all the dryness and itching disappeared.

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