Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Young Living Essential Oils: Personal Testimony

My middle son had a severe case of strep throat a few weeks ago. Took him to the doctor and he received antibiotics. Then other ailments started popping up.

Basically, his body is fighting the antibiotics that were put in his system weeks ago. He has been breaking out in hives, has severe stomach pain, inflammation and pain in the joints, and lethargy. He has been so pitiful. It could take up to a month for him to be back to regular health. He will never be able to take that family of antibiotics again as it could result in Anaphylactic shock.

He has been waking up every morning holding his stomach, walking slowly, and just miserable. Last night I did a modified raindrop therapy on him using:

oregano : contains strong immune-enhancing and antioxidant properties and supports the respiratory system

thyme : one of the strongest antioxidants known

basil : useful for fatigued or aching muscles

fennel : stimulating to the circulatory, glandular, respiratory, and digestive systems

copaiba : aid digestion and support the body's natural response to injury or irritation

This morning? NOT ONE COMPLAINT!  Regular energy and happily went to school. Even though we've been using #YoungLiving EOs for a few years now, I am TOTALLY AMAZED!

UPDATE: The following day, he had mild symptoms so I applied the oils again.  Symptoms continued to decrease. :) Happy to have my little boy back!

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*Nothing in this post is meant to diagnose or treat. It is purely for informational purposes. I am not trained as a medical professional in any way. This is just what has worked in our family. 

1 comment:

Natasha said...

I really want to start using oils but I'm nervous about everything with my sons allergies..peanuts, eggs. I saw that your son has these allergies too..are all the oils safe? I read somewhere that there are some products with almond in them?