Finger Blister From Lawn Mowing
Author: Danielle R.
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Word Count: 124
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 7652-OR
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I used the push mower today and apparently I wasn't holding the lever down properly and I got a blister It looked like my skin had gotten "pushed and gathered" into one area where the thumb and index finger join (that fleshy, stretchy part. BOY, IT HURT and I had more mowing to do!
Anyway, I put some Lavender on it and it helped reduce the pain and a couple hours later, it was gone--COMPLETELY (I applied the oil twice within that two hours). Gotta love Lavender!!
I have also used Melaleuca and Lemon on blisters and they heal quickly with those oils as well. This time, I had the Lavender on hand in case of a bug bite or sting.
Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: outdoors, pustule.
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