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Frankincense – The “King” of Oils

Frankincense

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You have probably heard Frankincense mentioned at church as one of the precious gifts presented to Jesus at his birth.   Therefore, with the holiday around the corner, it only seems fitting that we feature Frankincense and educate those who may not know why this oil is considered the “King” of oils.

Frankincense is so versatile; there is no question why ancient civilizations would use it in the most sacred ceremonies and practices.  The aroma of Frankincense is said to promote feelings of satisfaction, peace, relaxation and overall wellness.  It is used for its beautification and rejuvenation qualities in skin, and promotes cellular health and immunity.  Frankincense is used to support the immune system, fight infection, reduce inflammation and improve anxiety.

 

Why it’s called the “King”

  • Rejuvenates skin – Razor bumps, sun spots or skin imperfections? Simply add Frankincense to your daily moisturizer or check out this Razor Relief Serum
  • Looking for a DIY facial mask? Check out this DIY Clay Facial Mask.
  • Diffusing Frankincense can leave you feeling a sense of focus, peace and satisfaction. This oil is perfect for giving a positive boost and lift to your day.
  • By taking Frankincense internally, it will help support healthy cellular function and fight infection.
  • Dry Hands? – Add a couple of drops to your lotion, it will help moisturize and rejuvenate the skin. The oil can also be applied directly to your fingernails and cuticles giving them a healthy glow and making them stronger.
  • Stressed Out? – By applying Frankincense to the bottoms of your feet, your negative mood, thoughts and feelings of stress will be lifted

 

Oils to Blend

Frankincense blends well with citrus oils such as Lime, Lemon or Wild Orange.  It can be paired will with other oils such as Lavender, Geranium and Sandalwood.

 

 

Frankincense

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Source – Boswellia sacra tree

Plant Part – Resin

Collection Method – Steam distillation

Main Constituent – Alpha-pinene

For full product information and many more facts, ideas and recipes, visit www.doterra.com

 

Reference: https://doterra.com/US/en/blog/spotlight-frankincense-oil