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Fifty Years Of Kidney Stones Finally Resolved

Author: Vicki T.
Date: 05-09-2014
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Testimonial ID: 9686-OR

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My friend Charlotte had this amazing testimony of relief from chronic kidney stones with Lemon essential oil:

I have been having bouts of kidney stones for about 50 years. I've never been able to pass them on my own, even after lithotripsy (a procedure using shock waves to break up the stones so they can be passed from the body). The doctors have always had to do surgery to remove the stones.

I have never been free of kidney stones, as the doctors have never been able to get them all. One year I had ten lithotripsy procedures at $10,000 each, and I still had kidney stones afterward! I also had stents put in several times in the past to help pass the stones... but to no avail.

A few weeks ago I was having another bout with kidney stones and even had x-rays to see if they were there. I had two large stones. I was placed on hydrocodone 20 mg every 4 hours for pain, as well as nausea medication and Flomax to hopefully open the bladder to pass the stones.

On a Sunday afternoon after church, a friend came to see me and brought her Lemon essential oil. She only had a small amount in the bottle, so she put it all in my water. We counted out 25 drops, all that was in the bottle. I had about 12 to 16 ounces of water and drank it all straight down. I had taken my last medicine about an hour before this.

I can't say that I really believed that an essential oil was going to help me. But... about 4 hours later I thought it was past time for my medicine, yet I had no pain and no real reason to take it. I did continue to take 20 to 25 drops of Lemon oil in water for the following two days, after the initial Lemon water, for good measure.

I started using the Lemon oil on March 16, 2014, and I was to go in for surgery for the stones removal the following week. But to this very day I have had no discomfort whatsoever and have never taken another pain pill. I did not go in for surgery. I am 74 (even though I don't feel it), and it is now 6 to 7 weeks later. And I still feel GREAT! Now I only take 2 to 5 drops of Lemon oil in my water daily for maintenance.

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