有機乳房護理油Breast Care massage oil:Poke root oil, Red clover, Burdock, Dandelion flower

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有機乳房護理油Breast Care massage oil:Poke root oil, Red clover, Burdock, Dandelion flower

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主成份:野生戳根浸泡油,有機牛蒡籽,有機蒲公英花,有機紅花苜蓿,薰衣草精油

使用方式:可以另加入3%有機 甜橘及乳香精油至按摩油中,每日二次按摩油於乳房及淋巴處,適合乳癌開刀後及有纖維囊腫者保養.

Ingredients: Wild Poke root oil, Organic infused Burdock seed oil, Organic infused Dandelion flower oil, Organic infused oil Red Clover oil, Lavender essential oil. 

Instruction: For better result,add  3% organic Sweet Orange essential oil  and organic Frankincense essential oil into massage oil. Apply the massage oil on the breast and lymph node twice daily.


Quote from Susan Weed
Poke root oil (Phytolacca americana)
That strange-looking weed with the drooping black berries that towers over gardens and roadsides throughout much of eastern North America is pokeweed—an old favorite of wise women dealing with breast lumps and breast cancer. If I felt a suspicious lump, I’d reach for poke root oil. It reduces congestion, relieves swelling, and literally dissolves growths in the breasts.
Jethro Kloss, author of the classic herbal Back to Eden, used freshly grated raw poke root poultices to burn away breast cancer. Caution: Fresh poke placed directly on the skin is strong enough to damage healthy tissues as well as cancerous ones.
The infused oil is also effective and far safer. A generous amount is gently applied to the lump, covered with a flannel cloth and then with a hot water bottle (no heating pads), and left on for as long as you’re comfortable. This is repeated at least twice a day. Poke root oil is too powerful for regular preventive care. Caution: Poke oil can cause a rash on sensitive skin. Ingestion of poke oil can cause severe intestinal distress.
Poke root tincture can be used instead of poke root oil. The properties are quite similar, though the oil is absorbed better and may be considerably more effective.

All statemensts are  for informational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. This article has not been reviewed by the FDA. Always consult with your primary care physician or naturopathic doctor before making any significant changes to your health and wellness routine.