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Postby squeaker » Tue Aug 01, 2006 3:54 pm

Recently I heard that RC is good for bunions - RC meaning for respiratory congestion. Does anyone have any idea how this works and does it just relieve the inflammation or does it indeed help to dissolve the calcium build up that occurs when a bunion has formed?
I would be most interested if anyone has done this or if anyone has any other suggestions.
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Postby Janie Tynes » Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:32 am

I don't know about bunions and RC. My YL sponsor has tried many oils for hers. I?ll see what she has to say. Both my brother and a friend say they dissolved their bone spurs with RC and Wintergreen. They applied both oils 1-2 times a day. It took my brother a couple of months before the pain was completely gone. They both felt results in a week or two. Have you tried the recipe in the EODR? I would guess that this would take a couple of months also.

The EODR recipe for bunions:
6 drops Eucalyptus radiate
3 drops Lemon
4 drops Raven
1 drop Wintergreen
If you are concerned about skin sensitivity, you can dilute with V-6 mixing oil.
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Postby karen » Sat Aug 12, 2006 6:56 am

Hi Janie,

That's interesting. Did it dissolve the calcium build up for your brother, or just remove the pain? Obviously pain reduction would be first priority, but the build up of calcium in the joints can make them quite unsightly and difficult for people to find shoes to fit or ones that are comfortable.

Is your brother computer literate? I wonder if he would be interested in sharing some of his experiences too. You folks in the US have years of experience ahead of us. We appreciate your interest and enthusiasm - this is exactly what we had in mind when we set up www.younglivingforum.com. In todays fast paced world the internet allows people to operate at their own pace. In Terry's case, until the wee hours of the morning!

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Postby Janie Tynes » Sat Aug 12, 2006 2:10 pm

Karen. The pain has been gone for 2-3 years now. No x-rays to prove that it?s dissolved, as my brother says it is. I?m sorry, he just wouldn?t be interested in joining.
I?ve read many stories about dissolving bone spurs with oils. Most just know the pain is gone. Who knows! If I had a bone spur I would try RC/Wintergreen. If that didn?t work, RC/Idaho Balsam. If that didn?t work, Cistus. These oils have all been used successfully.
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Postby karen » Sat Aug 12, 2006 4:26 pm

Too bad your brother would not be interested. Worth mentioning, though and thanks for the info about bunions. I have some RC/wintergreen which I will attack it with so thanks to Squeaker for asking the question about bunions.

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Postby Janie Tynes » Sat Aug 12, 2006 5:20 pm

Karen, so you have bone spurs or bunions?
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Postby karen » Sat Aug 12, 2006 8:25 pm

I have some bone spurs in my neck (showed up on a recent x-ray) and also bunions. I have struggled with an acidic makeup all my life - genetic - I think caused by my emotional make up as I do pay attention to my diet which does not contain many acid forming foods, but I am aware of the emotional impact I am waiting for the European warehouse to stock the sulphurzyme which I would like to try. Currently nothing gives me any problem but I am aware if these ones have formed there may be more and I should look closely at what is happening so am trying to get all proactive!

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Postby toosusiecook » Sat Aug 26, 2006 3:25 am

Hi Karen,
Do you know about the website www.oil-testimonials.com??? It's great...all experiences of how people use their oils. In the search box, you can either type a topic or leave it blank and it'll give you the 50 most recent entries. Just good info.....for the bone spurs, my sister has had some relief with myrrh. I read a testimonial from a website that mentions myrrh, lemon and birch (replaced with wintergreen)..can't hurt to try it. Here is a copy of the testimonial: Good luck, Susie

What I found that helped tremendously was the use of
Myrrh, Lemon and Birch oils. I applied on location
twice a day, morning and night, alternating the
oils...Myrrh at night and Lemon with Birch (2 dps ea.)
in the morning. After a few days the pain was
completely gone and within a couple of weeks the
callouses started to disappear and the skin got soft
again. The boney structure of the bunion started to
shrink and my toes became normal again. The oils are
magnificent!!
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Postby karen » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:18 pm

Hi Susie,

Great so see you back on the forum. Thankyou for your interest and the link to oil-testimonials which is full of brilliant information. We are interested in getting the word out to as many people as possible so that they too, can experience the joy of being their own doctor!! and this forum provides for people to interact with each other for those who wish to, and for those who just want to surf without the contribution, we hope there is something of interest for them, too. Our vision is to provide a win/win opportunity for everyone.

Currently I am working with the RC suggested by Janie in an earlier post, but now I have your information to refer to if I get no joy with the RC. Thankyou for that.

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Postby tngrum » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:27 pm

Now, wait a minute.
What's wrong with using Joy and R. C. at the same time, eh???

:lol:

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Postby karen » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:35 pm

Excuse the 'pun' in my earlier post - it wasn't intended. I am not quite that 'sharp'.
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Postby Janie Tynes » Sat Aug 26, 2006 4:25 pm

Susie, since YL doesn't have Birch, are you substituting with Wintergreen?
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Postby toosusiecook » Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:54 pm

Hi Janie,

Yes, definitely substituting Wintergreen for the birch. I'm sorry about not making that clear from the beginning.

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Postby tngrum » Mon Oct 02, 2006 4:03 pm

Karen, your "no pun intended" reminds of a contest they had over at the University of Texas...
They were having a Pun Contest and there were ten entries in this particular contest.
Well, not even one of the ten puns got a laugh... no pun in ten did.
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Postby tngrum » Mon Oct 02, 2006 4:06 pm

Ya'll, be sure to ring the Young Living Essential Oils office if you want Birch to be stocked in UK. They will listen to your request.

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