Frankincense Essential Oil for Ganglion Cysts

Frankincense Oil
Posted by Alex (Thessaloniki) on 01/25/2018
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I used frankincense essential oil for months after having removed with a needle the transparent fluid. I thought it had success but it came back. I started again using frankincense essential oil and covering it with a wrist bandaid at night in order not to evaporate. No result at all even after many months and even though I massaged the area a lot.

Has anyone who stopped using a computer mouse with that hand any success by doing that? For example not growing the cyst back after sucking the fluid.


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Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 07/17/2016
1 out of 5 stars

T, I have one on the wrist and Frankincense oil did nothing for it either. Am now experimenting with Nigella Sativa oil. Anyone else know a topical treatment that works?


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Posted by Brian (Sydney) on 04/27/2016
1 out of 5 stars

My Cyst is inside my wrist, so might be a lot harder.Frankincense didn't work at all after two weeks of massaging with it undiluted 4 times a day. Frankly it seems worse, not better at all.

My last one in the other wrist was sucked out using a needle and ultrasound guidance by a doctor. They perforated the cell wall and it's never come back. Cost $270 though.


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Posted by Rosie (Hampshire, England) on 06/11/2015
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I have been using the Frankincense 3 times a day for 7 days so far on my ganglion cyst on my knuckle and nothing has happened. I will keep it up until it has gone but I am very disappointed. I am using it directly and there is no problem with doing this, just nothing happening and it is a good make of essential oil.