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  1. Donna

    While I was informed that my order had been processed in mid-Dec, I didn’t actually receive my healing olive until about a month later. Not sure of the reason, but I’ve been using it daily since it’s arrival about 2 weeks ago. I love the smell of it when I put some on my forehead. It smells ancient and it makes me smile. At the time I ordered my bottle, I was awaiting biopsy results which then led to surgery this past week. So I am in recovery mode, and awaiting the final results.

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    • Shlomo Friedman

      Thank you, Donna, for writing. I wish you the results you are hoping for and a return to good health.

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  2. Donna

    My post-op results were very good! Still working on what, if any treatment is needed going forward. It’s been a difficult time in some ways, but also very cleansing and clearing. I use my healing olive oil each day. Just the process of applying it helps me make a sacred space.

    Thank you.

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  3. Donna

    I have been using my olive oil every day. I find myself stopping to inhale the aroma every time I go to put the drops on my forehead. I recently had breast cancer surgery to remove a 100% estrogen tumour, and was recovering from that, while awaiting test results. Both tests came back with VERY positive news. No radiation or chemo required, and while the medical oncologist wants me to take chemical HRT for five years, I have decided to go with a naturopathic oncologist’s treatment plan to suppress estrogen. Now I am working towards full recovery and dealing with the emotions that got me to this place, in the first place. Life is a journey and I want to ensure that I’m living it with truth.

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  4. Donna

    I have had a bit of a tumultuous month. I started with the stomach flu, progressed to a back issue and finished with a “suspicious” lymph node situation. Have been referred back to my surgeon, but my GP (and most of the alternate practitioners I see), think it is a “reactive” lymph node, and not dangerous. I am playing the waiting game – AGAIN. In the meantime, I have family visiting from out of country, so there are gatherings, and meals, and adventures – daily. Just want my soul needs.

    I’m almost finished my bottle of healing olive oil. I will miss the ritual of applying it each evening before I go to sleep……

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  5. Donna

    I was waiting for the test results from what I thought was a lymph node issue. After many weeks of waiting, it was instantly clarified during a potential biopsy. The shock that resulted from the attempt to needle the lump, proved it to be nothing so dangerous as a neuroma – possibly from the surgery in January. Add in the three weeks of family visits and work and weddings to attend and it’s been a rollercoaster of a ride !!

    I am almost out of my oil, but as you say, it’s effects will continue to be felt, over time. I’m intrigued to see what comes up, what no longer works for me, and where I might be headed.

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  6. Donna

    The round of visitors and weddings have mostly passed by. Lots of opportunity for seeing life outside my little box of consciousness. Where I might make changes, things I might do differently, what things I DO want in my life. Now I just have to figure out how to make the changes. I’ve started with taking a Reiki course and researching other housing and working ideas. As you go through a potentially lethal health issue, the need for changes is fairly self-evident; the incentive stronger. Like my blood type, I need to B positive!

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