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Reiki treatment suggestion for broken bones

Must not be treated before the bones are properly fixed in place!
Treat locally and positions:

Head: H1, H3


Legs and feet: L3

Back: BA4 and BA5

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Broken bones
Find an explanation in the  Healing Dictionary


Broken bones

A fracture is a break or crack in a bone. A simple fracture is one where the soft tissue overlying the broken bone is still intact. A compound fracture is one where the skin is damaged so that the fractured bone is exposed and vulnerable to infection. Fractures caused by disease are known as pathological fractures.
Symptoms: Swelling, pain and soreness, inability to move the affected part, possibly a protruding bone, deformity and discoloration.


Elemi oil can help to encourage circulation after the plaster has been removed. Lavender can help to relax and be calm. Thyme, Rosemary and Majoram can be diluted and massaged into the area to soothe pain and promote healing.

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