If in doubt, use Frankincense!

dT_FrankincenseFrankincense the King of Oils! 

Frankincense is from the Burseraceae family (resinous trees and shrubs). The oil is steam distilled from the gum or resin.

One of the oldest medical documents known to man, dating back to 1500 B.C., recorded the use of frankincense oil, by physicians and priests alike, for the treatment of disease and illness. Today, modern science is giving validity to these ancient practices and, once again, the essential oil of frankincense is bringing new hope for achieving and maintaining optimal health.  More and more uses for Frankincense are being discovered, or perhaps rediscovered, here are a few………

50 Uses for Frankincense Oil

Disinfect cuts and wounds
Neurological disorders
Enhances the effect of other oils when layered
Fights malignant, abnormal cell growth
Promotes healthy skin
Scar reducer
Great for pet health
Supports cellular health
Diffuse for Alzheimer’s patients
Gum health
Supports healthy brain function
Poison ivy (with Lavender and Melaleuca)
Blood blisters
Add to the flu bomb
Chest congestion
Severe cough relief
Drop under the tongue for overall health
Laryngitis throat spray
Relief for sun-damaged skin
Reduces wrinkles
Wonderful aroma for diffusing
Helpful for autistic children
Dental pain
Chronic pain
Neuro Lyme disease
Viral meningitis
Promotes improved vision
Decreases swelling in nasal passages
Add a few drops to mascara to kill germs and increase longevity
Balances hormones
Reduces stretch marks
Heals throat inflammation and damage due to acid reflux
Fever blisters / cold sores
Restless legs
Reduces noncancerous growths
Multiple Sclerosis
Diffuse for help with grief and mourning
Skin cancer
Heals acne scars
Diffuse with other oils for a “holiday smell”
Lou Gehrig’s disease
Thyroid support
Skin Infections


This is a powerful oil I use daily and carry with me.  So if your not sure what essential oil to use or if you are unsure what to do to fix an ailment….use Frankincense!

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