The Oil That Heals Skin (Human and Animals)
Effective on Infections, Wounds, Irritations, Fungus, Even MRSA
A Personal Story of Healing
It wasn’t obvious what caused the rash on my right ankle to emerge. My brother first saw it before it was noticeable to me, so miniscule as it appeared. Within a few days it doubled in size, and it started to itch.
Did it start from contact with my left foot? A very small rash appeared on the bottom of my foot after walking in a riverbed. That foot bottom came into contact with my right ankle one day when lying on the floor and resting the foot on the ankle. The small rash without symptoms on the left foot remained, whereas the rash on the right ankle worsened over time. There was a lot on my plate and managing stress had taken a back burner. Perhaps that played a role.
No matter the topical treatment, the rash itched and grew. Neither coconut or lavender oil, lotions, herbs, or balms helped. Nor did a liver cleanse recommended by Anthony William in his book Liver Rescue make much of a difference (although it helped the rest of the body).
Before all this happened, a part of the story seemingly separate, but not really, was that a few years earlier while gardening, a scrape from a juniper bush started a small red spot on my right hand. It didn’t seem to heal as quickly as previous skin mishaps, so I stopped at the health store and bought a jar of Kuumba salve the manager recommended. It contained organic and sustainably harvested herbs such as comfrey, a few other herbs, as well as olive oil and it seemed to do the job. It also helped with other skin abrasions, and I keep some on hand at all times now.
Back to the rash. Once took residence on my ankle, it then sent parts of itself, probably via a quantum leap in consciousness, to my right hand, adjacent to the scrape from the juniper bush. That rash then grew quite nicely, which is what it might have thought, but my concern grew. So, I took my hand and ankle to a dermatologist.
“That’s eczema,” he said, and here’s a prescription for cortisol cream. “Eczema” I thought, “I’m not supposed to get eczema.” That was 2 years ago. As I write, it has been 3 months since a friend told me about caimon oil. Up until that time the eczema not only continued to reside on my hand and right ankle, even grow at times, it also had quantum jumped to my left ankle. It’s easy to begin to think the body is just getting harder and tougher to take care of these days.
Certainly, the eczema threesome did seem to roar with joy when I meandered through stressful times. Then they would calm down when I meditated and managed the stress. However, it seems they were just napping, waiting for the noise of life to awaken them again. It was when we received a bottle of the caimon oil that things changed dramatically. The bottle contained 97 percent pure caimon oil, plus 1 percent vitamin E and 2 percent lavender oil for their regenerating and stabilizing qualities.
Now, as the eczema would worsen, my efforts to be peaceful grew, and I had already been managing the stress by working less and meditating more—especially with the goal of importing that completely healthy body we all have somewhere in the field of consciousness. These stress-management processes did seem to be managing the eczema. However, it remained entrenched, and the irritated area of the hand from the juniper bush scrape, just next to the eczema, was not healed yet. One begins to wonder about other conditions at this point.
Nevertheless, upon applying the caimon oil to all the areas, there was immediate relief from the itching. So, I applied the oil 2 times that day and each day after. By end of day 2 there was noticeable decrease, very little itching, and by day 3 the rashes were disappearing noticeably. True, meditation and stress management were still happening with a passion, but this was the first time in 2 years that the eczema rash started to totally disappear.
So, caimon oil went on the rash areas each day, and by 2 weeks there was hardly a sign of them. Over the next months, occasionally there were some tiring times or stressful moments, and the eczema’s antennae would remind me to be peaceful—and use a little bit of the caimon oil. Each time the oil calmed the beasts.
Now, back to the scrape on the hand. Even though the eczema had disappeared from the back of my hand, the original scraped area / red spot had begun to morph. It would develop a scab, then it would get scraped off due to the hand brushing against an object, then it would scab over again, but never went away. This was over the course of 2 years! You think when something doesn’t heal it’s something serious.
My naturopathic doctor looked at it and said he thought it was a wart. Hmmm. “You mean the things we used to put dandelion milk on as children?” One could hope. “Indeed,” he said, “I can burn it off for you with some acid.” Hmmm. “Sounds painful.” (I thought of the caimon oil sitting at home on my nightstand.) “Not too bad, and it’ll fall off in a few days.”
“OK, thanks doc. I’ll keep that in mind, but think I’ll try something else first.”
So, of course, I began applying a drop of caimon oil 2 times a day, and within 2 weeks the “wart” had fallen off and the area of the scrape that it covered was healed, including the scar. The skin now appears as healthy as the rest of itself on my hand. The scrape that wouldn’t heal was healed.
So, what is caimon oil? It’s alligator oil. I called the owner of the company my oil came from, Ash, and he answered all my questions. The oil is harvested from alligators that have been killed for other reasons. Researchers noticed that alligators have very strong immune systems, and that even deep wounds they sustain rarely get infected despite the fact they live in swampy and oftentimes contaminated conditions.
The oil contains vitamin A and E, linoleic acid, sapogens, and antiseptic terpines, and all are reasons it is effective in treating eczema and psoriasis. The oleic acid helps with cell regeneration, which must be why the scab on my hand healed so nicely, quickly, and with no trace of a scar. Others have reported the oil helps clear up acne, mosquito bites, and staph infection. I’ve tried it on insect bites, and it helps soothe the itch.
Pet and animal owners report similar effectiveness. The oil has been used with animals to heal irritated skin lesions, mange, fungal infections, seborrhea, cuts, and flea dermatitis. It’s rare for a product to impress me, unless I experience unquestionable results such as this. So, I voted that the Journal publish information about it on our website. Below is a link to Ash’s site that has much more about the caimon oil I used. I’d recommend you purchase a bottle, help yourself or a loved one or pet, and help sustain the company that produces this pure oil, bottles it, and makes it available!
Scott Miners, editor, Well Being Journal