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groovy2
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started using Coconut Oil for a skin rash and to clear up
candida - seems to be working for both -

Im using Natures Way brand Unrefined coconut oil -
16 oz jar was $7

skin rash I applied several times a day-
for a week-
then just one time a day for a week-
rash has gotten better but not gone -

Candida - used in mouth -
swished around in mouth for 10 minutes
then swallowed-

Next day-
Amazingly this cleared the white from my tongue -

here is some info on coconut oil -

web page

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Tincup
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Hey groovy!

Coconut oil. Love it!

I use it a lot for detox help. In fact, just opened a new container of it last night. I like to get the smaller containers of it- as opposed to a 2 jar deal or a huge jar simply because I am concerned it would go rancid if I don't use it fast enough.

Keep my supply in the fridge and then just take out enough for a small container and leave that out and ready to use.

I'm not much on eating it- a couple eggs scrambled in it was enough for me- so I apply it as a skin oil and it is absorbed.

Also use it in my long, thick hair when it seems to be a little dry or unruly which is often cause I have a sort of Tina Turner unruly hair thing going on.

Your price sounds really good! I've been ordering Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil on Amazon, but this last time I got Viva Labs Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil.

I liked the Nutiva a lot, just found a little better price with the Viva brand this time and thought I would try it.

Going to look thru your link for more good ideas.

Thanks for sharing!

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Tincup
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Oh, and here is a page I put up a while back with more info on coconut oil if you are interested.

https://sites.google.com/site/marylandlyme/treatment/coconut-oil

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That is a Good List of info -
will take a while to read-
thanks for adding it -

Tincup - send me a PM -
I have some info I would like to share with you-

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Groovy- I don't do PM's, sorry. If you'd like to email me- [email protected]

[ 08-07-2016, 03:25 PM: Message edited by: Tincup ]

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I don't think you should swallow it after swishing in your mouth. I do swish for as long as I can and then spit out . It's known as oral pulling. okay to swallow it but not after cleansing the mouth. Theresa
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Tincup -- I sent you email
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