So, I was talking with my Mom a while back and we were discussing two chronic ailments she’s had for quite some time – one of which the doctors never even told her about! (She didn’t find out until she looked back at some of her paperwork).
Now, the doTERRA compliance department will come down on my like a ton of bricks of I give you the actual names of these ailments. Maintaining compliant language is something that a) is required in order for me to operate this website and b) is part of acting out of integrity – something that is VERY important for me.
However, I can try to describe them for you and you might be able to draw your own conclusions about what I am referencing.
The most recent one she is a neurosensory disorder that causes joint stiffness, muscle discomfort and fatigue throughout the entire body. To help support this, I suggested these three oils:
Specifically the DDR Prime as a MUST HAVE! DDR Prime is a great blend that has many antioxidant properties that help to remove free radicals from your cells. As this disorder affects your body on a cellular level, having this support is essential for helping to manage some of the symptoms. And, of course, Copaiba and Frank because those two oils are like a gift from the Gods!
Seriously, those two oils together (perhaps even with a little Turmeric) are absolutely INCREDIBLE for supporting inflammation and discomfort!
The other ailment is one that affects the tissues in your feet that connect your heel bone to your toes. This causes discomfort and inflammation that can make it unbearable to walk or stand for prolonged periods of time. To help support this, I suggested Lemongrass and Deep Blue®. Both of these oils are incredible for supporting your connective tissue, muscles and joints. Specifically the Lemongrass for connective tissue. Lemongrass has been used in message therapy for ages – and for good reason!
Does any of this sound familiar to you – or like some of the symptoms you might have? Do you think these oils would help support you – or someone you know?
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