Sunday

Did Flax Oil Get Rid Of My Mole??

NOTE: This blog is for my own healing, if you read and try something I do... you will be trying it at your own risk.  I do some pretty crazy things to heal, some work, some don't.  So please, check with your doctor before you do anything I do.

I have had this mole on my shoulder for years.  It stuck up and my bra strap would always irritate it, mostly it was very annoying. 

 About a month ago, I read that flax seed oil would get rid of moles..... so I started putting flax oil on it several times a day.   I should of put a bandaid over it because I ruined a lot of clothes with the oil.
After about 2 weeks, the mole started lifting up around the outside of it..... I wish I would of gotten a picture but I couldn't take it myself and Hubs wasn't home.   A couple of days later I was putting my bra on and it caught the mole and ripped it almost off.    I had to finish taking it off. 

Below is the picture the same night it came off.



I put an antifungal on it and forgot about it.    Today you can not even see where it was.  I was going to take a picture but what is the sense.... there is nothing there.

Now, I don't think the flax oil took the mole away but I think it softened it up and it loosened it enough around the edges to come off easily.

I have another mole on my stomach which I need to work on.  It is a flat mole so I don't know if the oil will work as well, but I am going to give it a try.

I almost forgot,  My sister also has a mole on her back,  when I told her what happened to mine, she started using the flax oil on hers.   When I talked to her yesterday, she said it was starting to loosen around the edges.  Maybe hers will come off also.  

Update 11/5/2010:    My sisters mole ended up all loose around the edges.  I lifted up so much that she pulled it off.

My Daughter just told me today that after I told her about my mole, she went out and bought some flax oil.  Her mole is now all lifted up and looks like it is ready to fall off.

So..... maybe I wasn't crazy.  Maybe the flax oil does work.

****This blog is for my own healing, if you read and try something I do... you will be trying it at your own risk. I do some pretty crazy things to heal, some work, some don't. So please, check with your doctor before you do anything I do.

27 comments:

  1. oh wow how gross yet intriguing LOL.....I need to try this as I have a big on my back my hubby is always telling me to get removed haha!
    thanks for sharing

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  2. wow i am shocked...i knew flax oil was good nutritionally... i do think u r right about it softening it ...amazing..wonder if olive oil would of worked?

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  3. I was kind of wondering about olive oil myself. I bet it might, at least to soften it anyway.

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  4. You have so much fascinating information! I'm going to try this.

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  5. I don't have any moles, but that is very interesting information. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Very interesting, I'm definitely going to try it!

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  7. Wow, I've never heard of that! I might have to try it though. =)

    Thanks for the follow. I'm following you now too!

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  8. Great news, I'm gonna try, Any ideas on wart removal for children? Please let me know or maybe this could be a new topic, but please let me know, Thanks
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  9. Wow, this is fascinating! Oh, and a lot less painful than the method of mole removal I've been using, which is allowing the dermatologist to numb, slice and burn. I'll have to try this instead--much easier! ;)

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  11. Wow, very interesting blog - I LOVE it. I had no idea that becoming candida free was such a difficult process. I have read through a lot of your posts, I can't wait to read the rest :)

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  12. I wonder if fish oil would do the same? I have been taking fish oil for a while now.
    kim

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  13. Kim,
    Thats funny because I was wondering if cod liver oil would work. I think other oils might work....at least to soften them and I think that was the key to it coming off.

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    Thanks for all you do to make the blogging community a great place to spend some time!!!

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  15. Hey Terry,
    That pic of your mole looks interesting. The same has happened to a lot of my moles, They begin to crust at the edges and eventually fall off. Why do moles always come where it's impossible to see them? I had 2 on my back where I couldn't see them but they fell off. I don't put anything directly on my moles (usually can't reach them anyway) but I'm always particular with my diet. I put flax oil on just about all food thats table ready. Veggies, salads. I try to have 2 tb of flax oil daily. I'm also on the Gerson Therapy right now. It's very rigid.That also calls for 2 tb a day. Keep us posted about the moles.
    I like your energy toward natural health. Best wishes
    Manzanita
    Wanna buy a duck

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  16. Manzanita,
    I have never heard of the Gerson Therapy. I did look it up, although I need more time to read on it further.

    It just might be something I am interested in on down the line.

    Thanks so much for your kind words. Terry

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  17. That is great info.I will try that on hubby because I hate the mole he has.It scares me about cancer, but hasn't changed so it is propably ok.
    I followed you - blp3 from the blog hop

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  18. Great and interesting blog, thanks for the follow. I've returned the favor and will keep checking back.

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  19. This comment is very far removed in time from the original post, but today my daughter and I decided to each try this with a mole. We have the band-aids so we don't ruin any clothes. I'm anxious to know if you have had any further results or if your sister's mole disappeared as well.

    Thanks,
    Patrice
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  20. Hey thanks for stopping by - I came back to follow you on Networked Blogs and Twitter :-)

    That is some interesting info. about Flax Oil. I have a mole on my leg that I'd like to GO AWAY. I just might have to try this.

    Melissa AKA Froggy
    A little of this A little of that...
    http://darwinsfrg.blogspot.com

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  21. i was wondering if anyone has tried this with skin tags?? i have a ton of them, small to big and I hate them!!
    anyone have any luck with the olive oilZ? i have that on hand....thanks. impressed with your blog.....will be following!! thanks!!

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  22. Laura,
    I also have skin tags. I haven't tried it on them...

    Sometimes I get so annoyed with them that I just clip them off. That is not a good thing to do because they can get infected.

    I have one on my neck now that I should try the oil on

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  23. Would this work on raised scars I.e. Flax seed oil on raised scars?

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  24. I don't know if it would work on raised scars, I don't have any to try it on. When I was younger, we used to use cocoa butter on scars.

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  25. Anonymous4:32:00 PM

    Hi Terry, I want to thank you soooo much for taking the time to create this blog and share all of your experiences with the world. I found you because I goggled Candida Cleanse, and also have to do parasite as well as liver cleanse. WoW!!! You are a blessing to so many people. I have spent the last 4 hours reading almost all of your posts, and while I do not have Candida, nor parasites --to my knowledge-- strangly enough I left the mole article for last. I have 4 moles & skin tags. One mole on the left side of my face near my nose, one under my chin which has hair that grows out ever so often & I pluck, another mole on my back (smaller) and lastly one on my thigh which is just a little bump like a mosquito bite.
    I will try the Flax Oil on my leg first since I'm kinda scared of scaring my face & not sure about the one with hair under my chin.
    I haven't gone to a doctor because of the financial expense which I can not afford, besides I pretty much treat everything holistically with great results.
    I will add the Flax Oil on my skin tags to see it that works better than other wart removers I've tried which Freeze the tag & then drops off... but takes too long & very uncomfortable, since they feel like frozen needles till they dry off.

    Again Thank you, Thank You, Thank YOU for your dedication & commitment to following up with each post & the emails you receive. Many blessings to You in the way of Awesome health for your future!!
    I look forward to a post on Tags from you... LOL ;)
    Very Gratefull...
    --Alina.
    xo

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  26. Alina,
    Thank you so much for reading my blog. I hope the flax oil works for you. Not sure if it works on all moles or not.

    Good luck to you and please let me know if it works.

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  27. Did it bleed when it came off? Wow your brave pulling it off..ouch. I used Trader Joe's Vitamin E oil, and it lightened a mole up and it seemed to be lifting around the edges, but I'm phobic of blood and so i do not want to pick on it. I read that honey works, but I'm not sure what it does. I will try the oil more often or try the honey.

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