Leg Ulcers After Angioplasty
Author: Chuck B.
Word Count: 117
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 7316-OR
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My 93 year old mother had angioplasty last year and she had just seen the doctor last month. The results showed her blood flow was improved. However, she developed an ulcer over her ankle again. So my mom thought there was something in the water causing this. I thought maybe something in the air because she moved to a farming area. Either way something on her skin was causing the ulcer and large patches of skin to flake off.
She began putting Lavender oil in her bath water and rubbing the diluted Thieves on her entire leg and feet after drying. It took one week for the ulcer to crust over and the skin flaking has ceased.
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