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Mast Cell problems

July 24, 2012 Leave a comment

Mast cells are one type of cell that works as part of the immune system.  Mast Cells degranulate or open up and spill their granules.  These I think then are instrumental in raising histamine and otherwise responding to infections.  Bottom line is greater inflammation.  One way to reduce inflammation is through the use of Luteolin .  It has been shown to reduce inflammation and be neuroprotective.

So of course how do you get Luteolin.  “Luteolin is most often found in leaves, but it is also seen in celery, thyme, dandelion, rinds, barks, clover blossom, and ragweed pollen”.  Interesting that ragweed pollen is exactly the thing that often sends one into an allergic reaction some through mast cells .  I love to juice celery, but not sure what the ratio to product would be in a juice.  Probably the most  concentrated way of getting Luteolin would be through Thyme essential oil.  Wikipedia also says that “Dietary sources include celery, green pepper, thyme, perilla, chamomiletea, carrots, olive oil, peppermint, rosemary, navel oranges, and oregano“.

Now thyme, rosemary, peppermint and oregano are some of the oils that are used in the raindrop technique along the spine.  The others also underlined are also available through Young Living.   Although I give raindrop to people, this makes me think I need to get one myself!

Essential Oils for Lyme Disease

July 21, 2012 Leave a comment

I was on a local health group and someone had asked about alternative methods to control Lyme Disease. I had remembered listening to a woman who had Lyme for 15 years before she was treated. She had a specific protocol that she had used. So I sent this post off to certain members who showed interest:

“There are some recommendations/testimonials from people about how essential oils helped them and am responding to the request for alternative treatments. I didn’t want to post on the list because I consider it public, but will send this particular one which is the strongest. Because each person is different, please start low and slow,and after assessing that the healing reactions are acceptable one could accelerate usage. In addition you may find that after some time you may able to take more of a break between treatments.

This is from a woman who had lyme disease for 15 years before she started treatment and she used a multistep approach:
Raindrop Technique- this is a body technique where several essential oils are applied to the spine in a particular order using specific oils and massage techniques The person in question had done this once/week for 9 months. Within the 1st month her LLMD took her off of several supplements. Initially when you get the Raindrop you may feel better for a few days and then begin to taper off. As you continue you should see that the positive effects last longer. If the detoxification is happening you will need to drink LOTS of water.
Ningxia Red- This is a whole highly concentrated drink with a high ORAC score that provides bioavailable antioxidants. 1/oz per day. This is a general tonic.
Lyme Capsules. You can take empty vegetable capsules from the health food store and put the following EO drops into them and swallow. Every 4 hours for first 3 days. Every 8 hours for the rest of the 4 days for a week. Repeat this if you feel symptoms return and continue for 3 months (may be related to replicated cycle of particular spirochettes). Drink LOTS of water.
2 drops Frankincense
12 drops Thieves
6 drop Oregano
She also did a master cleanse afterwards

I have personally used the lyme capsules and can say I did not have any untoward effects. I have also used the Raindrop Technique on several people and they felt better, but they did not have Lyme. The oils used are Young Living brand which I trust internally. I wouldn’t use oils from the healthfood store unless they were labeled for internal use.

If you were getting a raindrop, the person giving it to you should have the oils, but if you wanted to try the capsule you would have to purchase the oils from someone. I became a distributor for my own use because of massive health problems that have not yet been diagnosed as lyme related.”

Raindrop technique

March 11, 2012 Leave a comment

I did my first raindrop technique on my mom.  I did a  lot of talking because it would help me figure out what I’m doing.  You’re really supposed to be in a calm connecting state.  So that was good.  Then a few days later, I got to practice on my first non-family member!

I love how all bodies are different, and I love how it makes me connect to notice this individuality.  This timeI was working in a temporary space under time constraints.  So I did end up not doing any neck stretches, and I probably do have to adjust my technique or at least table height, because I really am into it.

I really liked the beginning where you connect to and equalize the energy of the client.  I’m feeling more confidence in myself and looking forward to the next client!

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