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Docs can't cure it with conventional medicine, they just keep giving antibiotics till it is resistant.
Better to work on treating it yourself. The staph may not have caused the muscle damage but the antibiotic that they gave you may have.


http://www.antibiotics.org/


For me, i'm sure the antibiotics i was given had some bad side effects.  My hip bones and muscles took a beating and a lot of trauma too.  I came out alive and fully recovered, so I am thankful for that

The Dr. who did the surgery was very upset when he learned it had gotten infected, because he is well renowned as a pelvic trauma surgeon and the intern caring for me was new and didn't recognize it till it was pretty bad  I was the second case of staph infection he had ever had in his 15 or so years.  I was on vancomycin taken through a pick line for 8 weeks.


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My ND told me the same thing about Young Living oils.


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I want to get some, Andrea.


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Young Living oils are cut Just slightly, they are not as strong as doTerras. I have used both. I trust doterra and have done more good with doTerra than with Young and others. Use only Certified professional theraputic grade (CPTG) oils. I have taken care of sunburns and worked these oils along with my other conventional treatments and felt these did a good job. The Deep Blue oil really does help with painful joints. I am still learning. The Chief MEd Officer worked for Young and quit when he found out they were cutting the oils-because when he was treating patients they came back saying what he said to do did not work. He now works for doTerra and is a very caring sensitive man. I am thankful for his advice.


That's very interesting, Andrea!  I have never heard of doTerras. I have been using Young Living oils with success since about 1996, but I haven't used many of their products. I have primarily used their lavender and their pan away, which is awesome stuff.  Can you tell me the name of the Chief Med Officer who used to work for Young?  I am very interested in learning more about doTerra. How long have you used their oils?  Can you share any info regarding personal experience in comparing them? If there is something better, I really want to know. Thanks!
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OK, I see that doTerra is relatively new, so maybe that is why I haven't heard of them. I am still interested in learning more. Are you a distributor, Andrea, and do you know if they have a product that is comparable to the awesome Pan Away that Young Living sells?
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OK, I see that doTerra is relatively new, so maybe that is why I haven't heard of them. I am still interested in learning more. Are you a distributor, Andrea, and do you know if they have a product that is comparable to the awesome Pan Away that Young Living sells?


My name is Angel, I am a distributor. but will not sell via the discussion boards as it is a violation of user agreements. I am also a distributor for Dadamo right 4 yourtype products. I post both doterra and Dadamo lines on sharecare(NASM/HFPN/Sharecare//dadamo-NAP Professional/Doterra) where I am a contributor, but I have not been on the site lately because of my own health issues. Angel's Heavenly Bodies is my business name you can contact me via one of the sites or PM me.

Dr Hill is the doctor who I talked to. I will be trying to go to an ND in ID after I move (30 min drive for me north, better than 1 1/2 hours south.) It does upset me when you find out the cut the oils or dilute them incorrectly.

Experience my son came from FBLA national in FL. They had a day at the beach and  he got a sunburn he came home and asked for the oils I applied Lavender, Tea tree, and roman chamomile the first day. Most of the burn was gone, but he had some patches. Then just lavender the next two days until it was gone.

I use there deep blue for my carpal tunnel and my elbow. It works better than the topical pain killer I was prescribed.

My youngest son will ask for his 'foot massage' which is balance, serenity, and lavender each one put on one after the other then some fractionated coconut oil. He sleeps well. He has asthma and if he come in contact with something that irritates it I also apply breathe. and he sleeps throught the night.

Also If you can't get the oils and want to sleep or want someone else to sleep at night apply vicks rub to the soles of their feet and they will stop within 5 mins and be fast asleep. Did this to my husband and my self many a night and it has been a sanity saver.

Hope this helps.
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