Scoliosis Is Gone
Author: Lynda I.
Word Count: 193
Questions Received: 10
Testimonial ID: 3529-OR
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I have only begun using essential oils just two months ago. Had I known what was going to happen I would have taken photos to verify my results. I have been using several oils for personal use and mixing for others.
I noticed just last week that when I looked in the mirror my shoulders were even. Fourteen years ago I was diagnosed with scoliosis and it was very noticeable! I believe it had to do with the fact that I had my two children very young, one at 18 the other at 19 and carried babies on my right hip for several years. I think this was when my bones were still forming, kind of like when people ride horses and they are bowlegged.
I have used nothing but the oils. In checking to see what oils might have helped me, the ones that stood out as being the ones I used the most are: Peppermint, Clove, Lavender and Frankencense. This would make sense because Phenol-Propanoids (for cleansing the cells), Sesqueterpenes (for deprogramming the cells) and Monoterpenes (for deprogramming the cells) are all there! Thank you Young Living and especially thank God!
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