Saturday, January 15, 2011

Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil Treatment

Yesterday was our first NAET treatment of the New Year.  My son's eczema flare from the shortening had settled down for the most part, but there was still some residual dry skin putting up of fight.  I brought in a sample of the shortening, made from hydrogenated soy and cottonseed oils.  Muscle testing showed a definite weakness, so we treated for the shortening plus a vial labeled "super heated vegetable oils."  Within a couple hours of the treatment he was looking like a million bucks.  His skin has a glow to it, like that "pregnant glow."  I can't look at him enough, he looks wonderful!  Words can't describe how happy it makes my heart to see the relief brought to my son.

He passed the soy bean treatment from last time, although we have yet to venture into soy.  Maybe I'll make a stir-fry with some soy sauce and see how that goes.  Last time I did (before NAET), I put in about a teaspoon just for flavor and the poor kid looked like Uniqua from the Backyardigans--you know, the pink splotchy one.


  1. Hi I've been suffering with eczema since I was about 13 would you recommend this treatment for me. I have it on my fingers and hands. My email is

  2. From my famly's experience, I would say NAET is worth a try. It may not be an overnight miracle, but you may see gradual improvement like we have.

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