My daughter's was got rid of by slamming her with a dictionary. Ain't modern medicine wonderful?
I read recently that you can get rid of a cyst by rubbing it with iodine. The article also said that iodine deficiency often led to the development of cysts. As I am cyst laden I will try the cure(?). Interestingly, until I started supplementing, I was very low on iodine.
Before supplementing with Iodine it is imperative that you know what your iodine levels are and do a scratch test. IF you have an autoimmune disease like Hashimoto's you should stay away from Iodine while going through the destructive phase. You have to be careful when using Iodine.
I would do the book approach as well....I have read of many people using this old fashioned approach....lol....but it works! :)
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