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linky123
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Has anyone tried either frankencense or oil of oregano essential oil for mole removal?

If so, did it work?

Thanks.

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it's not the same thing but i had a very large skin tag under the bra line. it was always irritated and red.

i tried everything including that liquid mole removal. all it did was made it was and because of where it was actually made it worse.

so i ended up getting it removed in the dr's office. ithink he froze it, but man it hurt... but it worked!!

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Yeah, that stuff they use to freeze stuff off is brutal, esp. at the bra line. Ouch.

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Did you see my post on FB, linky?? I got rid of a skin tag with 3 applications of an essential oil that contained frankincense. I had heard that frank would work and I had an oil that was a blend of several oils.

I applied it 3 times and now it is almost completely gone. I honestly thought I would need to get it removed by a dermatologist.. but NO!!!

I'm thrilled about this!

PS .. Mine was near the bra line close to the armpit .. a sensitive area indeed.

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I read that skin tags were actually HPV warts. If so, warts respond well to Tea Tree oil. Google Tea Tree Oil and decide for yourself.
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linky123
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Thanks everyone!

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--and I read this wrong! I was thinking skin tags, not moles. Hmmmm... gotta try that next!

I know I don't have HPV.

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We just have the regular, garden-variety moles, but skin cancer does run in the family.

I'd like to find an easier and less expensive way than the dermatologist.

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I had a skin tag on the most sensitive part of my chest (I'm sure you can figure out where that is lol). I definitely didn't want anyone messing with it in that location.

I tied it off and then cut it off with nail clippers the next day. It was blueberry sized. It lost the feeling after I tied it off so it didn't hurt but it bled.

I don't know if the same thing would work for moles. I think that it's dangerous with moles because they bleed more.

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Get homeopathic tincture of Thuja, and also the pellets. Take 2 pellets under the tongue daily, and apply the tincture to all moles you want to remove 2x/day.

I did this for moles when I was a teen and a rather large one on my back completely disappeared in just a couple weeks.

Inexpensive, safe, and non-toxic. And it doesn't smell...

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I'm going to try the oils on my moles!

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gees you guys...i thought you meant the kind of moles that dig little tunnels in the yard and are probably infested with ticks...

i have found when a skintag gets sore and red if i put abx ointment on it and a tight bandaid...in about 3 days when the bandaid falls off the skintag has turned black and falls off

sometimes just putting a small piece of duct tape on it and leaving it there a long time will do the same thing

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Wow, kayak.. who woulda thunk??

No way I'm using duct tape... lol... [lol]

Yeah, we used to have moles out at our country place .. dangerous to step in their tunnels!!

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Duct tape works on everything. [Wink]

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Carol in PA
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quote:
Originally posted by Razzle:

Get homeopathic tincture of Thuja, and also the pellets.
Take 2 pellets under the tongue daily, and apply the tincture to all moles you want to remove 2x/day.


I had never heard of Thuja, so I looked it up at iHerb.com.

Herb Pharm, Thuja, 1 fl oz, Our Price: $9.60
http://www.iherb.com/Herb-Pharm-Thuja-1-fl-oz-29-6-ml/9846


This is an extract, not the homeopathic, but the people using it are having good results.
I think I'm going to try this, as I have a bunch of small warts on my face.

Thanks for the tip, Razzle!

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