A huge thank you goes out to the fabulous people at New York Biology for giving us Frankincense oil to play with! As with all the oils so far, I’ve found tons of awesome uses and am loving my oil!
If you haven’t seen them, we have recently explored uses for lavender oil, peppermint oil, sandalwood, tea tree oil and rosemary oil! We’ve been pretty busy and are having a great time experimenting and learning a ton of uses! Can’t wait to start making home and beauty recipes with them!
Using it in a diffuser helps purify the air by killing germs.
Can aide in killing bacteria to freshen breath, help toothaches, cavities, mouth sores and other infections. Strengthens gums and protects from premature tooth loss.
Strengthens hair roots and tones, lifts/tightens skin, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, reduces appearance of scars and stretch marks, promotes regeneration of healthy cells and keeps cells healthy, eliminates sun spots,
Contracts muscles, intestines and blood vessels. Combats the loss of firmness of intestines, abdominal muscles and limbs due to aging. Coagulates blood, relieves diarrhea, eliminates gas, helps to relieve abdominal and chest pain, helps with indigestion. Is benefitial to respiratory, digestive, nervous and excretory stystems, increades strength, boosts immune system, helps heal boils
Benefits for Women:
Reduces obstructed and delayed menstruation and delays the advent of menopause, Helps with PMS symptoms, such as cramps, mood swings, fatigue, headaches and nausea. Good for uterine health
Helps to prevent infection, sepsis, and tetanus.
NOT TO BE USED DURING PREGNANCY
Know any additional uses?
We’d love to learn more!
Let me know how you use them and I’ll add them to the list!
I’ll give you credit, of course!
If you are a blogger, let me know and I’ll had a link back to you in your credit.
Originally posted 2016-09-10 18:05:57.