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Pain And Swelling

In a parking lot, my left toe caught the edge of the cement bar marker and I fell face forward. My little finger on my right hand was doubled back to the top of my hand. I pushed the finger back in place, but it flared out from my hand and began swelling. The right shoulder absorbed much of the fall, was abraded with subsequent swelling. I was throbbing in pain as I drove home (30 minutes).

For pain, Paul (my husband) applied Young Living Essential Oil's Pain Away and Relieve It to the damaged areas. Presently, there was no pain! Then I used the following oils to penetrate the traumatized areas (muscles and ligaments): 2 drops each of Spruce, Peppermint, White Fir, Lemongrass and Melrose (blend), mixed with 40 drips of V-6 Mixing Oil. Also, we applied Lavender on abrasions for quick healing.

Can you tell that I'm excited that since we first applied the oils, I have experienced no pain no loss of sleep---amazing!

Why am I writing all this detail? Just wanted to share that YLEO oils are a simple way to receive natural help for many physical challenges. We use them for some need every day! And no need for Aspirin, Tylenol, or other harmful pain medications, no antibiotics (internally or topically)."

Mary Ellen Johnson
PATH Board Member

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