November 30, 2016
If you experienced a chicken pox outbreak as a child or later in life chances are good that the same virus is still in your nervous system, lying dormant. If your immune system didn't completely kill off the varicella-zoster virus back then, the right conditions can allow the dormant virus to travel along the nerve pathways to the skin's surface. Symptoms usually begin with an itch, tingling sensation or a stabbing pain, usually on the left or right side of torso or face. After a few days, a rash of fluid filled blisters appears that will eventually dry out and crust like chicken pox but this can take 2 to 3 weeks. Keep this information and reference ready it may provide quick relief and, shorten the duration of discomfort should the unwelcome occasion arise. For what it's worth, I'd take 2 minutes to write these blends down, it could save you or someone you love many miserable hours. FYI - A person with blisters can infect anyone who has NOT had chickenpox. If exposed, that person will come down with chicken pox, not shingles.
If you have your own collection of high quality therapeutic essential oils and prefer to make your own products - I provide the recipe HERE. If you prefer I do the work for you, you'll find both Camp Wander Nerve Pain & Block Essential Oil Blend AND Nerve Pain & Block Salve Blend HERE.
May 10, 2017
What an incredibly useful tool!! I know people really suffer with shingles. Thankful to have this tool for the future.
Yes, I understand and thank you for the question. I would suggest creating a Spray Bottle Protocol with Nerve Pain & Block Blend and our Organic Rosehip Seed Oil which is full of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are known to correct dark spots and hydrate dry, itchy skin, all while reducing scars and fine lines.
Try 30 drops of Nerve Pain & Block to 1 ounce of organic Rosehip Seed Oil in a GLASS spray bottle – spray on topically as needed.
Can you recommend a way of using this type of blend in a spray please. My Dad can’t stand to have anyone even touch his shingles, the pain is so bad. Thank you for your suggestions.
I’m taking some of both of these today to a friend who has shingles, fingers crossed they help alleviate some of her pain. After you said it, it’s obvious the Nerve Pain Block could help…that stuff is amazing! Thank you for writing about this.
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