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Idaho Balsam Fir For Food Allergies

Author: Tiffany R.
Skill: Massage Therapist
Date: 02-15-2005
Views: 7,524
Word Count: 443
Questions Received: 2
Testimonial ID: 626-OR

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First of all, thanks to Heavenly Father and Gary Young for these oils. Thanks to the person(s) who began this website for us.

My nine year old son, more especially than other children, has a bad reaction to red #40. After one of his scout meetings while talking to my co-den leader, I ran into the kitchen to see if he remembered NOT to drink any soda with his snack. (We didn't provide the soda) I entered the kitchen only 3-5 minutes after he did and already his eyes were glazed over from drinking the soda. This is the signal I look for when he has eaten anything with colors in it. He becomes SO angry and mean when he reacts to colors.

We drove home as soon as possible to get some oils on him before the Big Red with red #40 continued to contaminate his body. I wanted to support his liver as soon as possible, and I wanted to support his lungs knowing that the liver would use the lungs to void the toxin. I used the same oils for three weeks on his chest and liver and they didn't work. My son was impossible to live with for three weeks because of his meaness.

I had just learned about Idaho Balsam Fir and wanted it to detox my son's vaccines with. I ordered it so I could use it for this allergic reaction to red #40 because it's also good for respiratory support. I put two drops of oil on his chest for the red #40 reaction and two more at night. His eyes returned to normal that night and his anger and meaness was gone by the next night.

Since then we have used this oil on the chest for two years for food allergies. My kids eat white potatoes and peanut butter now.

On a separate note, my son has his own bottle of Believe (which contains IBF) which he applies to his wrists and sniffs when he feels frustrated. His vaccines have caused him to be learning disabled. We don't even use this oil on his wrists everyday and his learning disabilities have improved. He use to be two years behind in school, but is only a half grade behind now. I am confident that by the next school year he will be up to grade level. (Listen to the Believe/Gratitude tape about IBF and mercury)

Also, read the book titled "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccines" to learn more about mercury and learning disabilities.

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