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Fibromyalgia Information #6 - Oils -New

Updated on January 6, 2011

Essential Oils

I just came across this article on Fibromyalgia from the web page. I found it to be quite interesting. Although I do not agree with the entire article, I feel the following might be of great use (especially to those of us who can get regular massages:

If natural treatment for Fibromyalgia is what you seek - omega 3 fatty oils are a good place to start; including flax seed and MSN.According to UCLA researcher, Ronald Lawrence, M.D. PhD., supplementation with MSM often offers a breakthrough in the treatment of fibromyalgia.

When fluid pressure inside cells is higher than outside, pain is experienced. First find the products that include MSM or are wholly MSM. I'd start listing them, but I don't know enough about MSM to do that.

The first recommendations from  Dr. Lawrence is:Frankincense, wintergreen, copaiba, Essentialzyme  

Other single oils are::German chamomile, nutmeg, Idaho balsam fir

Other Blends are: PanAway, Relieve It, ImmuPower, Ortho Ease

8 drops Idaho balsam fir
6 drops white fir
4 drops wintergreen
2 drops spruce


10 drops PanAway
8 drops wintergreen
8 drops marjoram
6 drops spuce


Topical:Dilute 50-50, gently massage 2-4 drops on pain COMPRESS; warm; on location 3 x's weekly (get a bowl of water hot enough not to burn the finger and lay a wash cloth in the water and soak up the hot water, ring out and apply to location of the pain where you just applied the oils. Cover with saran wrap and then a heavy towel and leave on as long as possible. (This sounds funky, but if you have Fibromyalgia, it's worth a try!

BODY MASSAGE, weekly, DIETARY SUPPLEMENT:Myrrh gum resin, Polyzyme, Super C Chewable, MultiGreen, ImmuneTune,ICP/ComforTone/Essentialzyme, Super Cal, Life-5 TOPICAL TREATMENT:Regenolone Cream apply on location of pain FIBROMYALGIA REGIMEN:

A good cleansing is always helpful.  Start by using ICP/ComforTone/Essentialzyme.
Use 2 Tbsp. Sulfurzyme daily
Eat less acidic-ash foods and more alkaline-ash foods such as wheat sprouts or barley sprouts.

Essential oil testimonials are an effective way of learning and sharing. With this knowledge, we can take control of our own personal health. However, we are required by law to state:

Nothing I have said has been evaluated by the FDA. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease." Information provided here is in no way intended to replace proper medical help. Consult with the health authorities of your choice."

I do believe if it is practical for you to use this method of treatment it would be wonderful. What is more relaxing than being rubbed down and massaged with oil. Just thinking about it makes me almost relax.


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