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Cancer & Essential Oils

FrankincenseCancer and Essential Oils

Cancer is among the most complex and difficult of any human disease to treat.  A patient diagnosed with cancer should always defer to his/her physician for primary care.  Keeping this in mind, a number of individuals have achieved successful remission by following a natural protocol and some of the principles outlined in this section.

It is important to note that  many natural therapies – especially those using essential oils – work best in the early stages of cancer.  In fact all clinical trials are showing that frankincense is the number one inhibitor of many cancers.  Citrus oils, high in d-limonene. Including orange, grapefruit, and tangerine, work better as cancer preventatives than cancer treatments, although they have been tested to have powerful, anti-cancer properties in all stages of cancer.

A 1996 study at Charing Cross Hospital in London, England, achieved close to a 15 percent remission rate in patients with advanced colon and breast cancer using doses from 1 to 15 grams of d-limonene from orange oil as their only treatment.  In patients with only weeks or months to live, limonene treatment extended patients’ lives by up to 18 months in some cases.

The Foundation of Natural Cancer Treatment

Emotions and Cancer – cancer should always be treated first by discovering the underlying emotions that contributed to the onset of the disease. In many cases, negative emotions and trauma not only trigger the beginning of cancer but can further its metastasis.  Any kind of negative emotion – anger, fear, rage, helplessness, abandonment – can cause the cancer to spread faster.

When essential oils are used as the basis of an emotional care program, they can have powerfully positive effects in improving the attitude and emotional well-being and potential outcome of the disease.  Essential oil blends such as White Angelica, Release, Grounding, Inner Child, Trauma Life, Forgiveness, Joy, Common Sense, Hope, Believe, Peace & Calming, Valor and SARA can form the centre of any emotional care regime.

Cleansing and Removing Toxins    – Industrial pollutants such as benzene and lead, along with lifestyle toxins such as cigarette smoke, chemicals, heterocyclic amines from overcooked meat, and many others contribute to a vast majority of cancers.  Even daily radiation from computers, cell phones, and a vast number of electrical appliances may contribute to a toxic overload within the body.

Today’s fast-food industry is a major culprit in selling so much nutritionally deficient food that we eat.  Processed food is fast and convenient, but is it worth the threat to our health?  Cosmetics, hair sprays, dyes, soaps, paints and household cleaners add to an endless list of pollutants in our environment and toxicity to which we are subjected.

To help lower the risk of cancer, it is important to reduce the exposure to these chemicals and change our diet and the products that we use in our environment.  The chemicals should be avoided at all cost, as they can damage DNA, decrease immunity, promote oncogenes (genes that can turn normal cells into cancer cells), and accelerate cancer development.

Cleansing and Chelation  – The foundation of any cancer program should begin with a period of cleansing.  Cleansing and chelation can help remove some of the toxin and petrochemical build-up that may have triggered the cancer initially.

Fasting can be one of the single, most powerful, anti-cancer tools available, particularly in the early stages.  Anyone who is an advanced stages of cancer must cleanse very slowly to see how their body responds.  Going without food and drinking only juices immediately could be detrimental to a sick body.  Common sense needs to be used in all situations.

Essential oils that improve liver function and promote glutathione can form the center of any detoxification program.  Lemon and orange oils, in studies at John Hopkins University, have shown to substantially increase glutathione levels in the liver and colon, which have beneficial effects in detoxification.

Chelation can be particularly important in removing carcinogenic metals from the body.  Studies in Germany have shown that transition metals such as iron, mercury, lead, zinc, nickel, and cadmium can accumulate to high levels in tumors, particular in breast cancer tissue.  A series of chelations to eliminate these metals can produce tremendous benefits in the earliest stage of cancer.

Rice bran is a good chelator of metals and contains anticancer phyto-nutrients such as gamma oryzanol and other compounds.  It is also rich in immune stimulating arabinoxylans that increase cancer cell death.

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The Ningxia wolfberry is rich in poly-saccharides that similarly amplify immunity.

A number of clinical research trials have shown that wolfberry compounds can dramatically improve cancer remission, particularly when combined with immune-stimulating therapies.

 

Why Fasting Works – New research has uncovered that insulin receptors make cancer cells different from normal cells.  Cancer cells have over 10 times the number of receptors for insulin as a normal cell.  Excess insulin can stimulate cancer cells disproportionately compared to well-differentiated cells.  Similarly, because cancer cells are fast-growing, they require far more glucose (blood sugar) than normal cells.

The most effective way of lowering both insulin and blood glucose levels is with a fast.  Bernard Jensen, ND, used a 180-day fast, made initially on only barley grass juice, to fight and eliminate metastatic prostate cancer.  Even a partial fast in which refined carbohydrates are eliminated and caloric intake is reduced to 500-1,000 calories can be potentially very therapeutic.

Inflammation and Cancer – The link between cancer and inflammation has become stronger in recent years.  It is well known that the salicylates in aspirin have high anti-inflammatory effects and reduce the risk of colon cancer dramatically.

The natural salicylates found in the essential oil of wintergreen are very close in structure to the acetyl salicylic acid found in aspirin.  According to Erica Leibert of HarvardUniversity, wintergreen oil is 40 percent stronger than an aspirin equivalent with very similar anti-inflammatory properties.

Clove has been researched as a potential chemo-preventive agent for lung cancer because of its powerful anti-inflammatory effects.  The biochemical alpha-humulene in the oil, also found in Indaho balsam fir and copaiba, has been shown to have significant cancer prevention properties through its anti-inflammatory action.

Frankincense and conifer oils like balsam fir containing l-limonene are coming to the forefront of attention in cancer research in various cancer-treatment study programs at Oklahoma State University, Wake Forest University, and Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.

The l-limonene found in frankincense and Idaho balsam fir shows a remarkable ability to suppress tumor growth, particularly melanoma.   Boswellic acids found in frankincense gum resin have also been shown to have powerful, anti-inflammatory effects.  Myrrh gum has been studied for its ability to combat various cancers, including breast cancer.

Anti-inflammatory Essential Oils suitable for most cancers:

  • Frankincense
  • Clove
  • Idaho balsam fir
  • Palo santo
  • Ledum
  • Myrrh
  • Wintergreen

Immunity and Cancer  – Enhancing immune function is a vital component of both traditional and complementary approaches to cancer.  Typically, chemotherapy and radiation can drastically break down populations of T-cells and NK (natural killer) cells that are responsible for fighting tumor growth.  Certain natural compounds can restore levels of these critical immune components.

Immune-Enhancing supplements suitable for most cancers:  – ImmuPro, Super C, Super C Chewable, Maser Formulas HIS or HERS, Essentialzyme, detoxzyme, Carbozyme, MultiGreens and  NingXia Red.

Singles: Sacred frankincense (boswellia sacra), frankincense (boswellia carteri), Idaho balsam fir, sandalwood, palo santo, hyssop, thyme, clove, melaleuca

Blends: Citrus Fresh, Thieves, Exodus II, Melrose, GLF, ImmuPower, 3 Wise Men and Di Gize.

Skin Cancer – Frankincense, thyme, sandalwood, grapefruit,  hyssop and tarragon

Breast Cancer – Frankincense, sandalwood, myrtle, tsuga

Prostate Cancer – Frankincense, sage, Canadian red cedar, thyme, sandalwood, myrtle and dill

Lung Cancer – Frankincense, palo santo, sandalwood, clove, thyme, hyssop

Cervical Cancer  – Patchouli, sandalwood, galbanum, valerian, frankincense, tsuga, Douglas fir, hyssop, nutmeg, and tarragon.

Dosages – Essential oils recommended as part of the therapy should be used at initial dosages of 800 mg (approx 20 drops) twice a day (taken internally)   Add 1-3 drops of peppermint to prevent acid reflux.  This dose can be increased as needed (up to 6 times per day)

It may be necessary to rotate amount several different essential oils over the course of 90 days so that the cancer cells do not develop a resistance to a particular essential oil.  The same oil should bot be used for longer than 3 to 4 weeks before rotating to a different oil.

Taken from The Essential Oils Desk Reference (EODR)

57 Responses

  1. I have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, advanced 7 in a scale from 1 – 10, 10 the most advanced. Are there any cases known where treatment with frankinsence has cured the cancer? I am into essential oils and wonder what I can do about it holistically, yet as trust worthy as possible.
    Any suggestions will be greatly apriciated,
    Udo

    • Hello Udo, I have replied to you privately. Suzanne

      • Suzanne,

        My husband was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer and same as Udo on your site with a 7 on the Gleason scale. I see that you replied to Udo privately. We are most interested in what your recommendation is for using frankincense. There is lots of info on the internet but nothing really clear on the dosage and how to administer. Thank you for your help.

      • Suzanne. My husband is the same. Can you send info?

      • Can you please send me the same info. My Father has been diagnosed with Lung Cancer.

    • My father just got diagnosed yesterday, the 12th. His is a 6 out of 10. What did you find out about the use of essential oils, etc in your situation? Any help is greatly appreciated. I am researching like a manic!

  2. Can someone help me. I need a lung cancer essential oil blend/recipe from someone that has experienced a healing. My dad has 4th stage colorectal lung cancer in both lungs. Only a short time to live. I’m desperate to hear from someone

    • Exact same situation as Sherry Elliott . Any advice?

      • Hello Dianone. Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
        person concerned. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
        friend, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
        Suzanne Le Quesne.

  3. I am looking for a lung cancer essential oil recipe. Do you have any recommendations? Please help me with some advice.

  4. Hi, I was diagnosed with two types of cancer in April of this year. The Doctors calling it a complex case. One of the cancers is lung cancer although I never smoked. I started taking three drops Frankincense and two drops of Ledum in a capsule three times a day. Does anyone have any recommendation as I am new to essential oils and open to any other therapy. I would appreciate any help. Thank you in advance.

  5. Hi, I was diagnosed with two types of cancer in April of this year. The Doctors calling it a complex case. One of the cancers is lung cancer although I never smoked. I tarted taking three drops Frankincense and two drops of Ledum in a capsule three times a day. Does anyone have any other recommendation as I am new to essential oils. I would appreciate any help. Thank you in advance.

  6. Hi there,
    My 53 year old aunt had bowel troubles for the past couple years. She was recently diagnosed with bowel cancer, and took chemo. Spots were then found on her liver, and her lungs. Her doctors have given her 3 months to live untreated, 1-2 years with chemo treatments.
    I love love love essential oils, but do not have enough expertise or experience dealing with disease. I would deeply appreciate any advice and suggestions you could offer.
    Many thanks.

  7. Is it safe to use essentials oils while following traditional medical “cures?”

  8. Hello there,
    Thank you for your article. I would like to help a friend who has been diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer Her2 positive. She will be undergoing chemo, radio, targeted cell therapies and tamoxifen. However she is open to using essential oils to help her cope with the treatments and fight the cancer. Do you know of a protocol specific to breast cancer that has had positive testimonies?
    Many thanks,
    Jade

  9. Hello! A good friend of mine was diagnosed with stage iv melanoma that has went from her shoulder, liver, hips and lungs. Any suggestions for her.
    Thank you for your time!
    Samantha

  10. Is it possible to intake a blend of different essential oils together in a mix of some sort like a smoothie?

    IE
    Frankincense
    Thyme
    Sandalwood
    Grapefruit
    Hyssop
    Tarragon

    & If so, how many do you think one can or should take and how many drops of each?
    I am asking because on the “Cancer & Essential Oils” page, you recommend taking in a dosage of dosages of 800 mg (approx 20 drops). Thus i am curious if a mix is a bad idea or not, and how exactly one can take it

    Anyhow, thank you for your time and recommendations
    Blessings

  11. Hi There,

    My husband was diagnosed with aggressive, stage 4 prostate cancer just over a year ago. His Gleason scale was 9. Despite the urologist wanting to do an immediate radical prostatectomy and start with chemo and radiation we decided to go the natural route. Diet, cannabis oil, black salve, organic, almost vegetarian and juicing. My husband is so energetic I cannot keep up with him. All his blood results are excellent, however, his PSA recently starting going up again. It is now 6.00, which is only a little above the 5.5 that it should be.

    In my research I have come across frankincense oil which I was applying topically to his head and neck area. I also discovered Copaiba oil, however, nowhere can I find recommended oral dosages for these oils.

    I do hope you can assist with dosage?

    Kind Regards,

    Lynn

    • Hello, the best ways to use these oils are by way of a ‘cold’ diffuser. You can also apply to the soles of the feet. Use the approach of
      ‘less is more’, and use less drops more often. The recommended ‘dosage’ is 6 drops per day in total. I personally use more, but this is my choice. You can also apply topically over the lower abdomen. I hope this helps, and please do not hesitate to contact me again if you have any more questions. Suzanne Le Quesne

  12. hi. I have breast cancer that has sent mets to the brain, lung and lymph nodes. I want to use frankincense for the brain mets. Which is the best way to use it – application (to upper palate in the mouth, I hear) or ingestion? Can I use other oils for the other areas too? In which way? Thanks, Rohini

  13. Hi Suzanne
    Need your help to advise what oils for Bladder cancer? I read somewhere that Frankincense and Orange EO could help. How about Oregano?
    Pls advise how many drops in a capsule and how many capsules a day.
    Greatly appreciate your help.
    Thank you.

  14. Can you please tell me what a cold diffuser is?

    • Hello, a cold diffuser is one that uses only cold water. When you use hot water with essential oils, it may change the molecular structure of the oil, so using cold water is better. The cold diffusers I use produce a vapour in which the tiny molecules of whichever essential oil you have chosen to put into the diffuser, are dispersed into the air. Suzanne Le Quesne

  15. Hi, my father had diagnosed with advance prostate cancer since 8 years ago and the cancer has spread to the other parts of the body such as bone, lung and so on. He had gone through first cycle of chemo and his PSA reading drop and then increase again upon his last few sessions. Doctor is now prescribing and preparing him for the second cycle of the chemo with stronger medicine. He is now suffering from bloated stomach and swollen legs every now and then and complaint the pain is terrible when the swells come.
    I would love to try essential oils as a support to his recovery before , during and after the second chemo cycle. Could you pls advise on which oils and how to use in an effective way?
    Thanks!

    • Hello, thank you for your message – I have sent you a private email.

      • Hello,

        I stumbled upon this forum quite by accident, or maybe not. I ave read about clove oil and its effect on cancer cells. I was doing research and came upon this blog. I have prostate cancer Gleason 7, and I was hoping what essential oils you might recommend as a regimen, or if there’s a source I can go to. I’m also doing ozone therapy and hyperthermia but the essential oils treatment sound very interesting

        Thank you so much,

        Jeff

        • Hello Jeff, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with tyou first.
          I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see you personally, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
          Suzanne Le Quesne.

  16. My husband has prostate cancer, Gleason score was 7. He had prostate removed, but psa started rising again. He had radiation treatments but psa still elevated. We are just monitoring his psa now. Please advise what oils to use and what amounts. Or any other recommendations.

    • Hello Tammy, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned i.e. your husband. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      husband, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  17. Hi, My father is was diagnosed with aggressive, stage 4 prostate cancer just last year . Can you share the oral dosage to treat his cancer.

    • Hello Melissa, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned i.e. your father. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      father, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  18. Would like to know the recommendations for stage 4b Hodgkin lymphoma which has spread to the spine.

    Thanks.

    • Hello Nama, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see you/your
      friend, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  19. i have a friend with kidney cancer, kidney removed some mets to lung. What oils are beneficial to her and is frankincense helpful to her.

    • Hello Terry, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils/protocols without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      friend, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  20. My father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer fall of 2014. He had the whipple surgery and had 6 months of chemo, clean bill of health. 3 month check up comes and now there are spots on his liver. Back to chemo followed by a surgery for blockage, then a few more weeks of chemo. Then he ends up getting a blood infection. Off of chemo for about 3 weeks. Then back on up til last week ago last friday. He ended up getting another blood infection. So the did a ct scan to see the cancer has grown and that the chemo is no longer working. They said there is no more options of treatment. They have given him 2 months. We started right away on a whole diet. Cleaning the body, Juicing using organice fruits and veggies. Using tumeric and other herbs. No meats or dairy at all. I have 5 different oils but have no clue as to what dosages to use them. Also the tumeric we just sprinkle onto his food and put some in his smoothies. Thyme, Rosemary, Oregano, Chamomile, and Frankincense. I have no clue how to use them and when to use them. Or if theres one that im missing that is really important. Any help would be amazing. Thanks in advance Alex B

    • Hello Alex, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned i.e. your father. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      father, then I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  21. Hello,

    Thank you so much for your site, your information is wonderful. My dear friend’s sister was just diagnosed with stage 4B Cervical Cancer and while I’d love to go at her with homeopathy and every natural option I was raised with … she’s much more straight laced and I don’t want to scare her off. My friend is ready to buy the oils and talk her into using them, but I have to be careful not to make it too complicated. I found this on another site:

    “Cervical Cancer
    My good friend just called to tell me that she found out that her sister’s
    cervical cancer came back for the 2nd time. She was scheduled today to have
    her uterus removed. When she found out, she sent her sister wintergreen and
    frankincense. She instructed her mother to make sure she applied the
    wintergreen and frankincense on the bottoms of feet every 3 to 4 hours for
    the pain along with applying directly on her abdomen.. A week ago, the
    diseased cells were still showing up in her blood work. Today [less than a
    month after first starting the oils] was her surgery to remove her uterus
    removed and they couldn’t find any cancer.”

    Would you agree with those two oils and that application? Any advice would be SO GREATLY appreciated.
    Thank you so much, Kali

    • Hello Kali, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils/protocols without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned first. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see you,
      I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  22. I am also looking for a recommendation for an oil “blend” for bladder cancer (Stage 2), dosage and use information.

    Thanks,
    Michael

    • Hello Michael, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils, singles or blends, without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned first. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see you/your friend
      personally I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  23. I have stage four breast with lymph involvement on both sides. Can I use my oils (frank/myrhh) topically on the tumors? If I take internally, is it under tongue, in water or in capsule?
    I also have frankensence (like little rocks) that supposedly can be dissolved into a drink, is that recommended?
    Thank you, I’ve researched so much this past year… My brain is getting confused with all the information out there, would be nice to get a straight answer 🙂

    • Hello Rain, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with you first.
      I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see you,
      I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  24. I am also diagnosed with Stage 3 or 4 Prostate cancer, and am taking Lupron shots along with CBD and THCa tinctures, cancer Tea made with various herbs, and other supplements shown to have tumor killing ability. The last bone scan showed a very distinct reduction in cancer over the last 6 months.

    I was applying Frankincense EO to my ribs and prostate area and tail bone, but read that it increased testosterone 18% in rats it was tested on, and the Lupron shots are meant to reduce testosterone, so I changed to using sodium bicarbonate disolved in water to saturation, and DMSO, to apply to the areas.

    Any recommendations or questions.

    Richard

    • Hi Richard, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils/protocols without doing a full consultation with you first.
      I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see you
      personally, I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  25. Hello,
    I stumbled across your website after frantically searching for alternative treatments for my father who has been diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer with mets to the liver and lungs. He will be starting his second session of chemo this week. Perhaps you could advise on which oils to use when and how and the proper dosage. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    • Hello Marcia, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned, i.e. your father. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      father, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  26. Hello,
    What would you suggest for someone with blood cancer?

    • Hello Lisa, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      friend, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  27. Hi,
    My husband was diagnosed with adenocarcenoma non small cell lung cancer in February 2015. Six weeks of chemo and radiation at Sloan Kettering. Recent biopsy shows recurrence near original tumor. Can you please advise me on how to treat with essential oils?
    Thank you!

    • Hello Laurie, Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned, i.e. your husband.I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      husband, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  28. Hello,
    Mom has stage 4 lung cancer. Have started rubbing frankincense oil on her. Can you please let me know the complete protocol for lung can. Also can you please share some testimonials where complete recovery has been achieved with essential oils in lung cancer.

    • Hello Pratsie Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with the
      person concerned, ie your mum. I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      mum, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  29. Hi, my father was diagnosed with stage 3 lung cancer a couple of months ago. He also was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis a couple of years ago. What would you recommend in terms of essential oils, dosage, applications, etc… Thank you

    • Hello Memo,Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation with your father.
      I work in London, the Channel Islands, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      father, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist, near you, that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

  30. Hi Suzanne

    Need your advice on which essential oil to use for Bladder Cancer and Lung Cancer for a 90 years old man. What is the dosage, frequency of usage and how & where to apply. Much appreciated

    Thanks

    • Hello Winnie. Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend any oils without doing a full consultation on the
      gentleman concerned. I work in London, the south of Spain and the north of Italy. If I cannot see your
      friend, I am sure I can recommend a fully qualified therapist that can. I hope this is of some help to you,
      Suzanne Le Quesne.

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