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Therapeutic Grade, Pure and Natural From India
- Builds the Immune System
- Reduces Inflammation
- Improves Thyroid and Pituitary Gland
- Enhances Skin Health
- Supports Cardiovascular System
Common Name: Olibanum Oil
Botanical Name: Boswellia Serrata
Odor: Fresh, Terpenic, Woody, Balsamic, Slightly Spicy
Country of Origin: India
Safety: Not for internal use. Avoid contact with eyes.
When using a new essential oil we recommend you perform a skin patch test on a small area of skin. A skin patch test will help you determine if you have a sensitivity or allergic reaction to a particular essential oil. Essential oils can be applied directly on the skin depending on the oils constituents or diluted with a base oil. Due to the potency of essential oils, a few drops diluted with a base oil like almond oil is good for therapeutic use.
Dr. Nuzum’s Frankincense Oil is extracted from the gum resin of the Boswellia Serrata tree. Frankincense Oil goes way back in history and has been used for thousands of years. It has gained much popularity over the years in the aromatherapy world for its anti-inflammatory effects, immune system support and even cancer fighting abilities. It has been recognized to communicate with the nervous system, and help with anxiety and stress. Indigenous peoples from the areas where Boswellia grows have used it as medicine for as long as can be remembered. Frankincense Oil has been used throughout the Middle East into India, as well as Africa and the Orient.
“In my practice I used Boswellia Serrata in both oil and freeze dried form. My product formulation, Inflamagone, has twice as much Frankincense Extract in comparison to other brands. This is one plant I love to use for helping my patients reduce inflammation, build their immune system, fight infections, combat leaky gut and help with the healing of the hypothalamus gland” ~ Doc Nuzum
The most potent active components in Boswellia are the sesquiterpenes and monoterpenes.These are the primary anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant components of this plant. Sesquiterpenes have proven to help heal the limbic, hypothalmic, pineal and pituitary, whereas the monoterpenes are more antiseptic and detoxifying.
In general, Boswellia assists with swelling and inflammation. Clinically, it is used for inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and joint pain, autoimmune disorders (including Lupus), digestive conditions (including IBS and Crohn's), as well as infections of virtually any kind. Frankincense is currently being studied intensely for a potential cancer treatment. What we know so far is that this oil has properties that stop cancer from spreading as well as induce apoptosis. (Programmed cell death of the cancer cell.)
De-stress: Rub 1-2 drop of Frankincense oil in the palms of your hands, close your eyes, rub together and inhale several times. Do this 3 times per day or as needed.
Air: Add 3-5 drops to your Aromatherapy Diffuser to enhance the quality of air and build your immune system.
Bath: Take an Epsom salt bath and add 3-5 drops of Frankincense Oil to your bath water.
Blend: Make your own Organic Night Blend by adding 20 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil to approximately 2-4 ounces of jojoba oil. Use this blend to rub on your feet, neck and thyroid area before going to bed. For a Relaxation Blend, 5 to 10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil can also be added to your oil.
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