hi, sorry to be a pain but i'm trying to order the oil from young living and they want a sponsering distributer member number in order for me to create an account, am i doing something wrong?
--- In AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com, Mercurius Trismegistus <magisterium_magnum@...> wrote:
> Hey, sorry it's taking me so long to get back to you. There's an
> essential oil blend called PanAway. It's supposed to be a great pain
> reliever. You should see if you can get that. It's by the Young Living
> people. They are like an essential oil cult, but alot of there oils are
> high quality. You might actually look into Rain Drop Therapy too. The
> founder of Young Living claims to have cured himself of some sort of
> severe injury to his spinal column using essential oils. That's how I
> understand it anyway. That's what Rain Drop Therapy is. I do hear good
> things about Rain Drop Therapy from my patients, although I've never had
> it myself.
> Anyway, see if you can find PanAway.
> It's looking fairly expensive. Otherwise I'll give you a list of EOs
> you can try. You want something that will move the blood. In TCM, we
> say pain is caused by stagnation of qi and blood. If you move blood,
> you will move qi. (They don't describe essential oils with reference to
> Anyway, you can try Camphor, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Onion, some say
> Peppermint. Now keep in mind, some of these are cooling, some are
> warming. If you tend to run hot, use something cooling. If you tend to
> run cold, use something warming.
> So here is your point prescription. Put the essential oil(s) on the
> following points. Large Intestine 4, Liver 3. These are called the
> "Four Gates." They will get qi and blood moving generally in your
> body. Actually, they're the best points to move qi. Spleen 10 is the
> best one for moving blood. Google the points to find out where to put
> them. Also, Gall Bladder 34, but be careful with this one if you are
> prone to heat and you are using a warming oil. You don't want to
> overheat yourself.
> You could also put them on Urinary Bladder 20, 18 and 17. These are on
> the back. Swipe the oils all the way across the spine, and even in the
> Jia Ji points next to the spine. You can also do Ren 17, on the front
> of the chest. It will tonify qi, but also help it move.
> You could also look into anti-spasmatics. Alot of these oils have
> anti-spasmatic qualities.
> Get some Ginger essential oil and put it on the following points. If
> you tend to run hot, use Patchouli (neutral) or Peppermint (cooling.)
> Spleen 3, 6. Stomach 36, Ren 6. That's for spleen, to help keep your
> general energy/metabolism up and keep things moving.
> If you're feeling depressed or overwhelmed, try Xiao Yao Wan. It's a
> good herbal formula for that. "Free and Easy Wanderer."
> Tell me about your friend who had a stroke. You BOTH need to see a good
> acupuncturist. Find one who does herbs!
> On 10/17/2011 9:46 AM, tracycrash61 wrote:
> > wow thanks! i woke up in a panic last night thinking oh wow, i'm wasting your time, i probably can't afford these things! well i can manage these prices. it's good Yan Hu Suo won't make me stupid, i don't think i have many brain cells left and those i have are hard to locate when needed, ha.
> > my friend would help me put oil on places i can't reach. i can reach my feet but nothing on my back. i can't sit up without holding onto something but i can flop forward to reach my feet.
> > he just had a stroke 3 months ago and is having pains too so maybe oils will help him too.
> > thank you so much for being so good, i really needed some help.
> > --- In AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com, Mercurius Trismegistus<magisterium_magnum@> wrote:
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