Oils For Scar Tissue
Author: La J.
Skill: Massage Therapist
Word Count: 160
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 3084-OR
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A friend used an escarotic for mole removal and was left with a bigger than expected scar and some residue adhesions around the site with pain periodically. Uncertain as to weather the escarotic had removed everything she was a little concerned about if there was further complications developing and if the mole was benign.
I asked her to intuit an oil and she chose Frankincense and Palo Santo. After applying these oils alternately onto the site the scar has begun to fade (1 month later) and the other symptoms subsided (within the hour).
When I last followed up with her, she had started wearing Lavender, Lemon &/or rosewood as deodorant (collectively or in various combinations), still applies Frankincense and Palo Santo to the site when she feels it's right and reports feeling energetic, balanced and positively sure she is on track.
It's been awesome to watch the oils and my friend intuitively work in concert to bring ease back into her life.
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