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What To Use After A Surgery

Author: Frank Seeley (Retired NCTMB CMT CRP)
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Location: NJ, United States
Date: 12-13-2004
Views: 5,198
Word Length: 60
Questions received: 4
Testimonial ID: 527-OR

Helichrysum to help regenerate the area. Lavender to reduce scarring and promote new skin and healing. Frankincense to reduce the chance a virus or bacteria attack incision and to promote healing. PanAway for pain. Lemongrass if ligaments and cartilage are affected by incision. Joy to up lift his mood and enhance self love.

Hope this helps.

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