Yesterday, was the day where I went to my other disabled group, Dis-play.
I go there, usually every two weeks with my mum and we usuually go by taxi.
Anyway, when we got to the group, I went to get out of the taxi and sort of tripped and lost my balance and fell on the floor.
I bent my leg and it felt like at the knee that the muscles had been torn or were sprained. Everything else was ok and I didn't have any marking on my knee.
The walk to the taxi after my Dis-play group was a little tough as my walking had slowed down even more.
We got home, I had a bath and put some dead sea minerals in and six drops of lavendar essential oil in the tub. I had a nice soak and then had a little shut eye for about an hour-an hour and a half.
When I woke up, my knee felt kind of warm and I could feel that the lavendar had/has done good.
It was still pretty hard to walk but I felt confident that the oil would work much better overnight.
Anyhow, before I went to bed I rubbed in some lavendar essential oil with fractionated coconut oil. Some frankincense essential oil and fractionated coco oil and some diluted helichrysum essential oil.
The next morning, today, it feels a lot better. I have walked around and it is a lot easier to walk on. It doesn't quite feel 100% but definitely 90% better.
Now if I were using some commercialised ointment that I got from the chemist, my knee wouldn't be feeling this good. How do I know? Because I've tried it before.
For me, pharmaceuticals are junk, nature is the way to go.
Me and my mum have tried passing natural remedies onto others before and most don't believe in it. We were talking to my uncle not long ago and he has some problems with his knees. My mum told him to put cayenne pepper on it and he said "I don't like pepper". She said "You don't eat it, you just rub it on your knees". (This is another remedy I could have used if I wanted to). But he is somebody who chooses not to believe in nature and would rather listen to mainstream media.
Mum said afterwards "I can't believe how people would rather sit there and suffer rather than do something about it".
If you had to be somewhere at somepoint and a couple of days before this event you came down with a cold, the logical thing would be to get rid of the cold so you are well enough for this event, right?
Well pharmaceutical cold and flu drugs wont cut it.