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- August 6, 2016 at 1:34 am #2931dazed1Participant
Hi guys, im new to this forum.
Let me start of by saying that im well aware that this heavly concentrated oils should not be used internally generally.
Anyway due to big inflamation in my body, few auto-immune disorders, i “must” use them to relive my pain.
This is how i take them, i add around 3-5 drops of turmeric and ginger CO2 in 30-40ml of olive oil, and i take 1 teaspoon from it, 2x per day.
Is this an ok dose? maybe too much? thanks.
I also use cotton pads from other solution with same dilution concentration 3/5 drops to 30-40ml and use it in my ears to get rid of the inflammation/infection.
Does this count as an ingesting as well? thanks in advance!August 6, 2016 at 3:52 am #4316merlinModerator
Hi, and welcome to the forum. Ingesting means taking the oils internally, not applying them externally.
As for dosage, your experience is better than anything anyone else can say. If it is working, great. If you are having ill effects, then reduce your intake.
Good luck!August 6, 2016 at 3:01 pm #4317dazed1Participant
Hi thanks for the answer, but using this dosage i don’t want to risk it, and i would like to hear a generall dosage recommendation, using it and see how it goes can be very dangerous.
Also, aren’t the ear (in them) considered internal?
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