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Gang up on a Ganglion Cyst

December 16, 20155 Comments

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Ganglion cysts are quite common, usually harmless and sometimes uncomfortable. Here's a simple and natural way to gang up on a ganglion before considering an invasive medical procedure. Once you're sure this cyst that's usually found on the back of the hand, top of wrist and is most common to women is indeed a ganglion cyst, you're probably more than ready to see it gone. This type of cyst is generally harmless and can go away on it's own but unfortunately it can also come back and it's quite common if it does.  If so, start your protocol at the first sign of it's return. A ganglion cyst can also cause discomfort because it's taking up real estate on the hand or wrist and must be accommodated with every movement of either, it's also easy to bump, ouch! Essential oils can be really helpful as a natural remedy but you'll need to be consistent and patient with the process.  Don't worry, this is such a simple protocol it will be easy to be consistent. I suggest layering therapeutic Oregano and Frankincense as a direct topical application. Both essential oils are anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and from a personal point of view, I like the synergy between the two EOs. Oregano is very potent, the world's strongest natural anti-biotic containing carvacol and thymol. Frankincense is a very powerful regenerative essential oil but, oh so gentle with no known side effects and, Frankincense has a very nice way with other essential oils, I like to layer it with other EOs whenever possible. Oregano is HOT, hot, hot, hot HOT!  I can't over emphasize this fact however and this is a big HOWEVER, if Oregano is blended in a pure salve base {learn more about Salve Single benefits} and tempered with Frankincense your skin should be happy and protected from the heat of Oregano. ganglion-cyst CW Therapeutic Essential Oil Salve benefits:
  • Pre-diluted in a nutritious, antioxidant rich Salve base.
  • Spill proof.
  • Protects against skin sensitivity.
  • The overwhelming strong aroma of essential oils is softly tempered therefore EO use is now user friendly for those who are sensitive to strong smells.

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5 Comments
Gayle

May 10, 2017 at 11:49am

So glad to have finally discovered what the bump on the back of my finger is! I can mix my own if you’d give me the amounts to use for a good mixture – how much Oregano, how much Frankincense, and how much FCO? Thanks so much!

Robin

May 10, 2017 at 11:49am

Why do you use Oregano, an antibiotic-type on a cyst? Are there any specific drop amounts and times per day? Would Cypress or Wintergreen help with swelling?

Rebecca

May 10, 2017 at 11:49am

Hi Allison, the Frankincense and Oregano Salves have been moved to another category, the links have been updated. Frankincense and Oregano Oils can be used as well, a drop of each mixed with a little carrier oil to protect from skin sensitivity.

Allison

May 10, 2017 at 11:49am

Hello,
My friend told me about the oregano and frankincense for a Ganglion cyst. Looking at the picture it shows a salve, but I am not seeing where to purchase this. I only find the oils. I have a large cyst on the top of my foot and will have to have it surgically removed but I would like to try alternate methods first.

Rebecca

May 10, 2017 at 11:49am

If you’re using FCO try this ratio: 1 drop Oregano, 1 drop Frank, 8 drops FCO. Handle Oregano carefully, it’s a hot one!

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