Does Oregano Oil Help Against Skin Lesions?

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Here is aOregano plant guest post by a friend of mine, Naomi Hambeck about the power of oregano oil for skin lesions.

This is a pretty amazing story about eliminating certain types of skin lesions. I have a friend that was telling me about how her two young boys have really bad ones on their hands.  They had tried for 3 years and with 4 doctors to get them healed.  The boys had been through multiple freezing treatments, laser treatments, blistering agents (which was the worst as she said her son hurt so bad that he couldn’t get out of bed), and too many bottles of Compound W to count.

I told her that I may have a solution that would work and would be all-natural and pain-free. She played along with me and said she would have them try it. So, I created a roll-on with oregano and coconut oil. I told her to have them use it directly on the skin lesions every night before bed.  I also let her know that after 10 days of use, she should have her boys take a break for a week or so since oregano is a super bug fighter and can also kill your good bacteria.

I had checked in with her and she said she wasn’t reminding the boys to use the oils and that it was working slowly.

Then, I got an email from her with these amazing pictures. She said that the boys were not consistently using the oils and they were still seeing great results.  Judge for yourself.

First boy’s 1st hand – Before:

Before Treatment

1 week later:

1 Week Later

1 ½ months later:

1.5 Months Later

First boy’s 2nd Hand – before:

2nd Hand Before

1 ½ months later:

1.5 Months Later

Regarding the pictures below, my friend said, “This is so amazing ~ he had them under his finger nails, and they were protruding off his finger about an eighth of an inch ~ the one on the finger and around the nails are gone. The really big one on his thumb is almost flat and on its way to being gone.”

Second boy’s hand – before

2nd Boys Hand Before

1 week later:

1 Week Later

1 ½ months later:

1.5 Months Later

Hambek familyNaomi Hambek lives in Spearfish, SD, in the beautiful Black Hills with her husband and son.   Essential oils are an important part of her family’s life.  She is a cancer survivor, and remaining healthy and toxin-free is a priority to her.

Jenni’s comment: It makes sense that essential oils can be powerful tools against skin lesions. They will resurface, unless you get to the root completely.

Most essential oils have anti-viral properties which support immunity, some definitely more than others, like oregano. It’s also good to make the entire body less hospitable to pathogens by doing a cleanse or rubbing essential oils on the bottoms of the feet everyday for a couple of months.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. 

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