My Oil Recipe Helped Dad's Cracked Ribs
Author: Nicole B.
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Testimonial ID: 8101-OR
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A few months ago, my dad had a bad fall at work and cracked his ribs. He came home in so much pain. Nothing appeared to be broken, but they were swollen and tender.
I offered to take him to the hospital for an x-ray just to make sure, but he refused. He asked me what I had in my "box of tricks". I pulled together a broken bone recipe I got from Dr. Meador, with a few modifications based on what I had: We used Wintergreen, Peppermint, Lavender, Thyme, Marjoram, Valor, and Basil.
Add 5 drops each to one gallon of cold water, a glass bottle is recommended. Make a cold compress 2x daily, and apply for 10 minutes each time. Use 100% cotton (live material) for the compress. Recipe should last approximately 1 week. Every day, add 1-2 drops more of each oil to the cold compress.
Almost immediately, my dad felt some relief. We did this several times a day for a few days, and alternated with a warm compress. Within less than a week, my dad felt nearly 100% better. His ribs never even bruised!
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