Essential Oils Testimonials received by James Bruggeman 10/99 via e-mail from our YLEO sponsor. Re: migraines There are three messages. Enjoy. Lynn. > > > On Fri, 8 Oct 1999 15:58:23 -0700 "TERRY VINOCUR" writes: > Hi, > I'm new to the oils. I tried the migraine oil awhile ago with no help at all. I just got the essential 7, di-tone, frankenscence, and valor. For those of you with migraines, what is your experience about what to try next? I've had migraines for 36 years. The got worse with menopause. I have them several times a week. Been through all kinds of natural and not so natural medical evals and medications. I have success with Imitrex but use too much. >> > > > Thanks, >> > > > Terry > Subject: Re: JOY: migraines/NEW >> > > Date: Sunday, October 10, 1999 7:32 PM >> > > >> > > Hi Terry, >> > > >> > > Before a closure is placed on help from M- Grain, would you share >> > with us how you used the blend? >> > > >> > > Kathy >> On Tue, 12 Oct 1999 21:30:09 -0700 "TERRY VINOCUR" writes: >> > IT WAS QUITE SOME TIME AGO. I THINK I'LL RE-TRY IT. WHERE WOULD YOU SUGGEST PUTTING IT?
>> -------- Original Message -------- >> Subject: Re: JOY: migraines >> Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 10:46:06 -0400 > >> Hi Terry, >> >> Can't just put it somewhere, you must get a "relationship" with it. Plan >> to spend some time together. You're in charge -- like a morphine >> drip for pain. Sorry, probably not a good comparison, but there is no >> prescribed dosage. And you don't just pop it like a pill. Don't be >> afraid to use it aggressively at first with the migraine. :) >> Then back off. Become in tune to what is happening. >> I discovered what my triggers were when I was younger and rarely get one by avoiding them. When a new customer wanted to try M-Grain a few >> months ago, I was blessed that week with 3 migraines to experiment with. I have found success with the blend M-Grain, and singles, lavender, >> peppermint, eucalyptus together and marjoram alone. >> >> Inhale by dropping a couple of drops into the palm of your hand and cup >> it over your nose. (Sniffing from a cotton ball is not enough-and one >> cannot just take a sniff and say they tried it and it doesn't work) >> This may take 1/2 hour for the headache to totally leave. When the oil >> evaporates from your palm, drip another couple of drops in it. It is >> helpful but not essential to find a quiet restful place. At least find >> one in your mind. Feel the changes taking place. During this time you >> may want to place a drop on the brain stem. Feel for painful spots in
>> the head by the temples, forehead and check out the shoulders and upper back and put a drop in these areas, too. See the Vita-Flex points for >> the brain and apply a drop there. This does not mean you have to dump >> the oils all over all at once. Apply or inhale and wait a couple of >> minutes and see what kind of changes are happening. If it is not >> enough, then do something else. Be patient and find out what will work for you. >> >> For the first couple of minutes, I felt the pain was getting worse and >> wanted to quit. Then the pain turned into pressure. This alone is a >> relief. Twitching began up the side of my head and above and around >> the eyes as the spasms were releasing. Then wallah ~ gone. >> >> When you have a migraine, your feet are probably cold. Warm them up. >> hot foot bath works nicely especially if someone will get it for you. >> This will help with circulation in the brain, too. Breath deeply and >> dwell on relaxing. Try; in one nostril and out the other and rotate. >> Drink water. The bowels are usually sluggish during migraines. >> Consider cleansing. >> >> The spice ginger in a capsule (you may feel a little rush), a strong >> brew of iced peppermint tea and lay down for 20 minutes are a couple of other remedies that have helped. >> >> It was mentioned earlier about triggers. A way I determine if it is a >> chemical trigger is by taking activated charcoal. The charcoal will >> absorb the MSG that I may have had 24 hours
before. Within 3-5 minutes all symptoms of a migraine are gone if it is a chemical migraine. >> Vision returns, heartbeat returns to normal and pain is gone. There is no >> after illness either. This does not work for an onion, banana or >> parmesan cheese migraine. Know that the charcoal will absorb any meds >> you have recently taken and any that you may need to take for the next >> couple of hours at least. >> >> The oils work. We just need to learn how to use them. Thank you Jim >> for giving us a place to share our experiences, teach and learn. Many >> lives are blessed and may God be glorified for what He has done. >> >> Kathy
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