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Osteoporosis Recipe Improved Bone Density Results

Author: Ken C.
Date: 08-12-2012
Views: 11,363
Word Count: 378
Questions Received: 14
Testimonial ID: 7675-OR

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About a year ago I began treatment of Osteoporosis with Forteo, HCTZ and dietary modification. I searched here and found several suggestions for essential oil treatments, which I have followed. The first is applying Cypress and Wintergreen to the Vita Flex points on my feet each night. The other two were blends I made following a recipe, which I alternated and applied in the morning and massaged into the Vita Flex points.

My primary area of application was my arch, which corresponds with the spine. After a year of these combined programs, my DEXA bone density scan results improved in my spine from -3.0 to -2.3, while maintaining the -1.5 in my hip. As my oil application was focused the spine flex points, I attribute some of the improvement to the essential oils.

I am now also including my heels when I do my twice-daily applications.

1/18/2015: update:
I only use these on the flex points on the feet - Blend 1 in the morning, Blend 3 at night.

Previously posted online elsewhere, I guess I should just type them in here so everyone can review for possible use.

Blend 1 - I make up a batch of 4 or five times the quantities:

10 drops Wintergreen (substitue Birch, Deep Blue or Eucalyptus)
4 drops Helichrysum (substitue Frankincense)
2 drops Lemongrass
3 drops Cypress
4 drops Ginger
2 drops Vetiver

When I'm making my batch, one set will have the substitutes - Eucalyptus for Wintergreen and Frankincense for Helichrysum. I also add 1-2 drops of rosewood per batch, since this oil is very powerful and activates all the others.

Blend 2 - I don't use these

- Apply Wintergreen (or Eucalyptus or Deep Blue) and Cypress at night before bed
- Apply Helichrysum (or Frankincense), Oregano and Balance in the morning, using a carrier oil

Blend 3 - another one I make up "in bulk" with 20 drops of each
- Combine equal parts of Lemongrass, Clove, Eucalyptus and Melaleuca*. Apply on location.

Since these were designed for broken bones, I will apply to flex points on both feet.

* For #3, I use Melaleuca Alternifolia.

P.S. I use Melaleuca Quinquenervia as a muscle cramp preventative - calcium supplements can trigger tight muscles, particularly at night. I am applying a magnesium oil to my thighs once or twice daily to increase Mg levels, and helps prevent the cramps.

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