Essential Oils for Fibromyalgia

Essential Oils for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is an autoimmune disorder of soft tissue. (By contrast, arthritis occurs in the joints.) Symptoms include general body pain, in some parts worse than others, usually brought on by short periods of exercise. The pain is ubiquitous and continuous. It interrupts sleep patterns so that the fourth stage of sleep is never attained, and thus the body cannot rejuvenate and heal. Fibromyalgia is an acid condition in which the liver is toxic. The best natural treatments for fibromyalgia are omega-3 fats such as flax seeds, proteolytic enzymes such as bromelain, pancreatin, and MSM. According to UCLA researcher, Ronald Lawrence, M.D. Ph. D., supplementation with MSM offers a breakthrough in the treatment of fibromyalgia. When fluid pressure inside cells is higher than outside, pain is experienced. The MSM found in Sulfurzme equalizes fluid pressure inside cells by affecting the protein envelope of the cell so that water transfers freely in and out.

FIRST RECOMMENDATIONS: Frankincense, Birch, Wintergreen, Marjoram, Copaiba, Sulfurzyme, and Essentialzyme.

OTHER SINGLE OILS: German Chamomile, Nutmeg, Lemon, and Idaho Balsam Fir.

8 drops Idaho Balsam Fir
6 drops White Fir
4 drops Wintergreen
2 drops Spruce

Topical: Dilute one part essential oil with one part carrier oil, and gently massage 2-4 drops on pain.
Compress: Apply essential oils topically, and then soak a washcloth in warm water and apply on location three times a week.
Body Massage: Weekly.
Dietary Supplements: Myrrh gum resin, Polyzyme, Super C Chewable, and MultiGreen.

Use 2 Tablespoons Sulfurzyme daily.
Eat less acidic foods and more alkaline foods, such as wheat sprouts or barley sprouts.
MultiGreens: up to four times daily.
Super C: 4-6 tablets daily.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Information provided here is in no way intended to replace proper medical help. Consult with the health authorities of your choice.