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Frankincense And Lavender On Keratosis

Author: Cynthia T.
Location: WI, United States
Date: 02-27-2009
Views: 11,161
Word Count: 91
Questions Received: 2
Testimonial ID: 3381-OR

I had a large, crusty seborrheic keratosis on the side of my back, as diagnosed by my doctor. She said the only way to get rid of it would be to remove it surgically.

I decided to try frankincense and lavender instead. I put a drop of frankincense first, followed immediately by a drop of lavender, twice a day.

Within 4-5 weeks it was completely gone. It gradually flaked off. It did itch a lot while it was going away, but I thought that was a small price to pay!

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