Uses for Young Living Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense was known as more valuable than gold in ancient times and can still be used to treat every known illness to man.  It is known for its anti-tumoral, immunostimulant, antidepressant, and muscle relaxing benefits.  It also stimulates the limbic system of the brain, and the hypothalamus, pineal, and pituitary glands.  Frankincense heals cells.

Uses of Frankincense EO

  1. Concentration – Use 1-2 drops of Frankincense on temples and back of neck to improve concentration.
  2. Immune System – Apply 1-3 drops of Frankincense on each foot to strengthen the immune system.
  3. Blisters – Dilute Frankincense with a carrier oil and apply to blistered area 3-5 times daily.
  4. Insect Bites – Put a drop of Frankincense  on an insect bite to help reduce swelling and speed healing.
  5. Depression – Diffuse or inhale Frankincense from the bottle to help elevate your mood.
  6. Brittle Fingernails – Apply 1-3 drops of Frankincense on fingernails and at the base of the nails 3 times per week.
  7. Stretch Marks – Rub a few drops on stretch marks morning and night to lessen the visibility of stretch marks and heal the skin.
  8. Cysts & Warts – Apply 1-2 drops on cyst or wart 2 times a day until it disappears completely.
  9. Skin Spots & Sun Spots – Apply 1-2 drops of Frankincense on sun-damaged skin spots 2 times a day until it fades.
  10. Breast Health – Rub 2-3 drops of Frankincense on breasts and lower abdomen every day.
  11. Healthy Maintenance – Dilute 1 drop of Frankincense in 1 tsp of honey or 4 oz. rice or coconut milk and ingest daily for maintenance.

 

Statements made by An Oil A Day have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. I share these experiences with you because of the results I’ve had. The statements I make here are in regards to Young Living essential oils only.

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