If you read and understood my previous post, you would have realized that it wasn’t all criticism, that I provided some helpful information, but you are either too ignorant (in the literal sense, ‘ignoring facts or information’), or too proud to accept it.
Just because you didn’t touch the oil in the vial doesn’t mean that it can’t be contaminted. And, the directions on the plastic cap tell you to flip the cap, then tear the plastic CAP off, not twist the crimped (it’s crimped on for a REASON!) metal top off. This is common sense. Seemingly, it evaded your’s. People who’ve used vials before know that the metal top doesn’t just come right off with a little twisting.
While a vet may have told you that the oil is okay, there is a chance that it got contaminated. Better safe than sorry, but if not, what’s a few abscesses here and there? No big deal. Infection? No biggie. Swelling, oozing, puss filled cysts? Who cares! Gangrene? It’s not like it’s going to kill you! Well, probably not.
If you don’t like the sarcasm, don’t post evidence of your foolish actions on public message boards. Why don’t I provide oonstructive criticism? I did. What you problem mean to ask is, “Why don’t I be nice?” The answer is, because I don’t feel like it.