Using Frankincense essential oil

Stormy Stewart Recipe

By Stormy Stewart karlyn255


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frankincense essential oil

Directions Step-By-Step

1. Mood uplifting~ I really love the mood uplifting oils. Frankincense is very powerful this way. You can wear it like a perfume.

2. Frankincense is great for skin care ~ Frankincense promotes skin regeneration, and is an excellent choice for preventing or reducing wrinkles when used topically. I use it in a oitment, but some prefer to dilute it with a carrier oil.

3. Relieve Skin Itching ~ Apply a couple drops of Frankincense to the area of itching.

4. Relieve Pain - Rub on sore joints to relieve arthritis pain and pain from injuries.

5. Disinfect Cuts and Scrapes ~ Apply a drop of Frankincense to wounds to clean and disinfect.

6. Remove Warts ~ Apply topically to the wart. Apply a
couple times a day until the wart is gone. May take a couple weeks.

7. Reduce Inflammation - Put a few drops in capsule or apply topically.

8. Reduce Brain Fog ~ Frankincense is high in sesquiterpenes. It can be helpful on those days when your brain seems a little sluggish. Put a couple drops on your temples and in your hands.
Cup hands over your nose and deeply inhale.

9. Strengthen Immune System ~ Apply to bottom of feet. Never take oils internally unless you are using
Young Living Oils. Many oils are adulterated even though labeled 100% PURE.

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Aug 25, 2012 - Stormy Stewart shared this recipe with discussion group: Drug interactions and side effects
Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Jan 25, 2012
you can get a sample of it at the above for $2. or the regular amounts starting at $4.99
Stormy Stewart karlyn255
Jan 25, 2012
here is a pretty cheap site miss Wilma.
or any health food store, herbal store and many new age stores or head shops
wilma hubbard jasper1
Jan 24, 2012
where can you buy frankincense oil? id love to have some miss stormy.
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