The "Morphine Bomb" Worked For Lower Back Pain
Author: Dorothy Hall
Location: NY, United States
Word Length: 137
Questions received: 2
Keywords: fractured, spine
I recently found out about a "Morphine Bomb" pain reliever essential oil blend and was anxious to try it out when my son asked me if I would try it on his back. This surprised me because he is a "skeptic" by nature. He suffers with a bilateral pars fracture in his lower back which can be very painful and limit his mobility.
The blend calls for equal parts of frankincense, copaiba and Idaho Balsam Fir. Unfortunately I didn't have the copaiba but said I would try it with the two that I did have. However, instead of taking the oils internally I applied them topically. I've tried others oils before and they never gave much relief so you can imagine our amazement when within 1-2 minutes of applying the oils the pain disappeared.
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