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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

[AlternativeAnswers] Re: central nerve pain


wow, i'm overwhelmed with how helpful you are. i will look up the oils, i'm very tired today so bear with me, my mind gets scrambled. before i forget again, i don't have a spleen, that got damaged in my crash so they threw it out.
my friend is not going to try any of these things. i mentioned it to him but he's not interested, but i'll work on it.
he has trouble finding words and his speech gets slurred as though his tongue is swollen. he has sharp severe pain in his shoulder joint and pains that are in his muscle of his arm.
he has atrial fibrulation. it's been 4 weeks and he's not drinking but he's 68 and chances are he'll go back hanging with his viet nam veteran friends and stay drunk. but he's tryingg very hard.
he is a very good person inside, i hope he can make it. i don't know if i can manage on my own, i refuse to move back to massachusetts to live with my family and that wonderful weather.
i'm real tired, need to rest.

--- 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.
> http://www.youngliving.com/essential-oil-blends/Panaway-5-Ml
> http://www.youngliving.com/essential-oil-blends/Panaway-15-Ml
> 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
> qi.)
> 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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