• July 25, 2017 at 8:59 am #5574
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    lisarnbsn
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    I am a nurse and health coach-a client has paralysis in legs only -diagnosed with Guillain Barre. He has never used the oils or supplements. He is open to using them. I know he is toxic -I am thinking start slowly with topical and aromatic use of cypress, lemongrass and frankincense. Use the tension blend for nerve pain. Then gradually possibly after a week introduce internal supplements.

    I would greatly appreciate your feedback

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    July 26, 2017 at 10:18 am #5580
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    I apologize for the delayed response, we were out for a state holiday.
    In accordance with FDA regulation, we cannot make any claim regarding the use of oils for the treatment or prevention of disease. That being said, the “Modern Essentials” has some recommendations for oils commonly used with myelin sheath disorders. On page 234 of the 8th edition, it lists Peppermint, Frankincense, Lemongrass, Juniper Berry, Grounding Blend, and Geranium. For further information please consult the 8th edition “Modern Essentials.

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