The Ugly Seborrheic Keratosis Has Fallen Off
Author: Connie H.
Skill: Reiki Practitioner
Word Count: 171
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 7949-OR
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I had an ugly, scaly, brown, raised keratosis on my collar bone for years, and it grew very slowly. I thought it very unsightly, but no doctor would remove it, saying it was harmless, and insurance wouldn't pay for it's removal, as it was considered optional plastic surgery. So I lived with it, and fielded the occasional inquiry by telling them it wasn't cancer, a mole, or anything harmful; just an ugly, scaly growth I couldn't get rid of.
I read someone's testimonial about getting rid of warts using Frankincense, so thought I might just try using that on it twice a day. I harbored no particular expectation, but did tell it to go away, as I applied the oil.
After several weeks I noticed small bits of it seemed to be falling off & disappearing, like after showering and drying off with a towel. It was very slow, but I am pleased to say, the only remnants of its existence is just a flat, tan patch of skin.
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