Whether to support meditation, sound sleep free of nightmares, or simple relaxation, Frankincense Essential Oil is an all round super star for encouraging a peaceful mind.
This oil has been used for thousands of years in worship and rituals as a mediator between the material and spiritual worlds. It has relaxing, inspiring qualities that can be used to promote calm, lift the spirit and to encourage the release of unconscious stress.
Frankincense also has significant nutritional and hydrating properties to support healthy skin tone and revitalisation. Blends well with: all Citrus oils, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Geranium.
Directions for Use:
Skin Care: this oil has excellent tonic properties that can be used to support healthy, toned skin. Add 5 drops to 100g of moisturiser and apply nightly.
Nightmares: to promote relaxation and mental quiet, for a calm sleep process, add 5 drops of Frankincense to a diffuser in the bedroom.
Stress & Sleep: to create a calm atmosphere and support a relaxed quiet mind, add 3-5 drops to a diffuser or bath.
Spiritually Uplifting: use the time honoured qualities of Frankincense to create a meditative atmosphere with inspirational qualities. Diffuse 3-5 drops in an oil burner.
Traditional & Historical Information:
Frankincense comes from a shrub native to Africa, India and South Arabia. In ancient times its spicy, balsamic fragrance was said to lift the prayers and desires to the gods. It has been used for many centuries to create a spirit of peace and contemplation and is said to relieve stress and anxiety by calming the mind. It has also been noted for its anti-inflammatory properties. Frankincense has rich, nutrient qualities that have been used to rejuvenate dry skin and promote the healing of scars.
Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.