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Re: Healing Oils
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Published: 15 years ago
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Re: Healing Oils

Thanks Trapper. I am doing a lot of study and self experimentation with the healing qualities of various oils. Due to financial restraints I have to go slowly. I use Tropical Traditions Coconut oil orally to help with metabolism; anecdotal accounts of anti parasitic properties and even aiding hair growth makes coconut oil a must. Topically, I use the coconut oil on my hair, its a great conditioner. The olive oil is for Liver Flushing and for cleansing my face after a day in the city (Fayetteville with a population of 60,000+ now), and now, after reading some accounts of pain relief through oil pulling, I am experimenting again. The peanut oil is a new addition, I have been rubbing it on painful joints and having considerable, although not long lasting relief; it is also a good skin softener. I think this would be a good oil to rub on one's feet at night, both to soften and detoxify. The almond oil is great for skin and as a carrier oil for essential oils. The sesame oil is my favorite for oil pulling, and it makes a wonderful massage oil too. I have used sunflower oil for pulling, and liked that. Unfortunately, my dog also likes it and he stole the bottle, chewed off the cap and licked out the oil. In addition, I also use oil of oregano orally, tea tree oil topically, and lavender oil because I love it.

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