Interesting Facts About
Therapeutic Grade Frankincense Essential Oil
Frankincense is one of the oldest essential oils and is used primarily in meditation to improve inner balance. Considered the “holy anointing oil” in the Middle East, frankincense has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years. It was well known during the time of Christ and was one of the gifts given to Christ at his birth. Anciently, the Chinese used frankincense to support overall health. Today, frankincense is still used worldwide for both its ceremonial and dietary use. Frankincense can be used topically, as a dietary supplement, or diffused.
Increases spiritual awareness and enhances meditation
Calms and soothes the body and mind
Comforting properties for mental balance
Excellent support for skin health *
Stimulating and elevating aroma
Who Should Use Frankincense Essential Oil?
Anyone looking to enhance his/her spirituality and meditation
Those looking to uplift their mood or improved their attitude.
Did You Know?
Frankincense, Boswellia carteri, is also known as “olibanum,” or “oil from Lebanon.”
Frankincense has a visual tightening effect on the skin and may benefit older, more mature skin.
Young Living has partnered with a supplier in northern Africa, near the Arabian Peninsula, as its primary source for frankincense.
Frankincense trees grow out of polished marble rocks, without soil.
Frankincense is mentioned in one of the oldest-known scientific records, the Ebers Papyrus, dating from the sixteenth century B.C.