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The MS Recipe
by Susan Stone
(St. Augustine, FL, USA)
I use a basic set of 5 Therapeutic-Grade essential oils from Young Living Essential Oils. I found this "recipe" in a book that my mom had and decided to try it out.
I was amazed at how much better I had started feeling after two weeks of applying the oils along my spine from the brain stem downward. I progressively got better and haven't had an exacerbation in 3 years.
Once I felt better, I joined my local YMCA and started going to water aerobics classes. By the end of the summer, my balance was significantly improved and I was able to start taking some other "land" classes. Now you will find me at the gym almost everyday.
Along with my oils and exercise, I also try to stay away from gluten and do my best to get organic food when possible.
The oils were a little expensive, but it was worth it to me to feel better and feel better without prescription drugs. I decided to become a distributor to get the discount to help alleviate the cost. It actually helped point me into a new direction to be able to help other people.
My basic set of oils I use for this is: Basil, Rosemary, Peppermint, Helichrysum, and Wintergreen. I rubbed the oils on myself, but it helps if you have someone to drop the oils onto your back and rub them down the spine (if issues are with the lower half of your body) or up the spine (if you are suffering from cognitive issues).
I rubbed both ways when I first started out. Now I only go upwards. If you decide to do this protocol, please make sure to use only Therapeutic-Grade oils (100% Pure oils)that state they are GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe). If the oils (other than Wintergreen) state that they are not safe for consumption, then do not use them as they may have been mixed with something or not grown in an ideal situation.
You can also feel free to contact me with any questions.
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