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Too Much Mucus In My Throat

Author: Linda W. Miller
Location: WA, United States
Posted: 01-07-2005
Views: 8,835
Word Length: 212
Questions received: 4

I have had an overproduction of mucous for a couple of years. I think it is probably from a medication that my physician put me on. At any rate, I found it most annoying since it was in the morning upon arising that it was most unpleasant. I thought about the fact that the eseential oil of lemon helped to reduce acid, so one night before retiring, I put the oil on the bottoms of my feet, and I used it on my throat, where the reflux problem was causing the problem. (I have a hiatal hernia, which is anatomical, and causes acid to irritate the esophogous).

The next morning, for the first time in a long time, I didn't have that awful extra "you know what" in my throat. I am most impressed, and intend to do it every night, and to also drink a drop of oil in my purified water upon arising, and throughout the day. The more I learn about these oils, the more amazed I become. I will definitely be attending the "Gold of the Gods" Convention in July! I have never been to one, but with the results I am getting, how could I not go?!

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