Sore Throat And Earache Remedy
Author: Wendy W.
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Word Count: 178
Questions Received: 1
Testimonial ID: 8408-OR
Brand Neutral: No
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I woke up with a sore throat one morning and decided to swab my throat with Thieves oil. I dipped a Q-Tip direcly into the oil and swabbed the blisters on the back of my throat. This burned slighthly, but didn't last long as it almost acted like an anesthetic. I did this again at bedtime.
The next morning the sore throat felt better, but I awoke with an earache. For this, I applied a drop of Lavender oil, neat, behind the ear and a little around the inside of my ear, but not directly into the ear canal. I also decided to try the natural antibiotic blend in a veggie capsule: 7 drops of Oregano, 3 drops of Lemon, and 2 drops of Lavender (in case it was allergy related).
I took one capsule at morning and one capsule at bedtime for two days. From start to finish, my sore throat and ear-ache were completely gone in 3 days! Wow! Answered prayers, thank you LORD Jesus for the healing oils!
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