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My Oil Recipe Helped Dad's Cracked Ribs

Author: Nicole B.
Skill: Healer
Date: 12-28-2012
Views: 28,970
Word Count: 185
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 8101-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 2

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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, with a few modifications based on what I had: We used Wintergreen, Peppermint, Lavender oil, Thyme, Marjoram, the Valor oil blend, 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 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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Supporting Scientific Studies
1.Associated topics: bones-/-osteo — "Common herbs, essential oils, and monoterpenes potently modulate bone metabolism.... we investigated several common herbs rich in essential oils (sage, rosemary, and thyme) and essential oils extracted from these herbs and other plants (oils of sage, rosemary, juniper, pine, dwarf pine, turpentine, and eucalyptus) as well as their monoterpene components (thujone, eucalyptol, camphor, borneol, thymol, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, bornylacetate as well as menthol) and found that they inhibit bone resorption.... Our study demonstrates for the first time that essential oils and monoterpenes are efficient inhibitors of bone resorption...."Link
2.Associated topics: bones-/-osteo — "Results of bone density, bone mineral content, bone tensile strength and histological analysis also showed similar trend of results, which supported initial observations of this study. It is proposed that hydroalcoholic extract of dried clove buds has bone-preserving efficacy against hypogonadal [hormonally deficient] osteoporosis."Link

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