Essential Oils for Fibrocystic Breast Disease

By Dr. Alexander Mostovoy on April 29, 2008

My good friend Dr. Janet Greene MD in Santa Fe, New Mexico (who also happens to be a fellow Board Certified Clinical Thermographer) sees many patients with fibrocystic breast disease. In conjunction with other treatments, essential oils are very beneficial to many of her patients.

Dr. Greene uses a combination of frankincense, sandalwood, lavender, green myrtle, and a touch of grapefruit in a base of jojoba oil. She explains that frankincense and sandalwood are anti-tumorals and help create an environment high in oxygen, thus making it impossible or difficult for bacteria and viruses to survive. Green myrtle supports the thyroid, while lavender is the universally beneficial oil.

By Dr. Alexander Mostovoy| April 29, 2008
Categories:  Blog

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Dr. Alexander Mostovoy

Dr. Alexander Mostovoy

Dr. Alexander Mostovoy, HD, DHMS, BCCT is a Homeopathic Doctor and a Board Certified Clinical Thermographer specializing in women’s health issues. He is widely regarded as a leading authority on homeopathic medicine and clinical thermography. His expertise lies in a natural approach to menopause, disease and breast cancer prevention. He is the clinic director of the North York Medical Thermography Centre.

He is a frequent guest on many television and radio programs. He also publishes many informative articles in health magazines and is passionately involved in educating women on how to take charge of their own health.

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