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Essential Oil Quick Facts: Frankincense

 Quick Facts

 

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Botanical Family: Burseraceae (resinous trees and shrubs)

 

Extraction Method: Steam distillation from gum/resin

 

Common Primary Uses: 

Alzheimer's Disease

Aneurysm

Arthritis

Asthma

Balance

Brain (Aging)

Brain injury

Breathing

Cancer

Coma

Concussion

Confusion

Coughs

Depression

Fibroids

Genital Warts

Hepatitis

Immune System Support

Improve Vision

Infected Wounds

Inflammation

Liver Cirrhosis

Lou Gehrid's Disease

Memory

Mental Fatigue

Miscarriage (After)

Moles

MRSA

Multiple Sclerosis

Nasal Polyp

Parkinson's Disease

Plague

Postpartum Depression

Scarring (prevention)

Tumor (Lipoma)

Ulcers

Uterus Tissue Regeneration

Virus of Nerves

Warts

Wrinkles

 

Common Application Methods: 

 

1. Can be applied neat (with no dilution) when used topically. Apply directly on area of concern or to reflex points.

2. Diffuse, or inhale the aroma directly. 

3. Place 1-2 drops under the tongue, or take in a capsule. 

 

Blog credit: Modern Essentials, Aroma Tools

 

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