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Uses and Benefits of Frankincense and Myrrh Essential Oils

http:emilyjacques.comoils to order. The uses of both frankincense and myrrh essential oils are many. Here are just some of the health benefits they can bring.
42,142 views | Dec 18, 2010

doTerra Testimony Frankincense.wmv

The wonders of doTerra essential oils, Frankincense.
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Myrrh...and Frankincense. Don t SMELL them!! ;

WARNING: If you decide to ignore my warning and smell them anyway, you will be cast into a world of great nasal pleasures, for the duration of your inhalation. Don't say I didn't warn you. You may risk sudden happiness, loss of stress, damage to your lower ego and permanent memories.As for the you will die will. Eventually. Lol. Or maybe not (had to suck you into the video somehow!) Peace-------------------------------- NOTES: ----------------------------- Definition: Myrrh is an expensive spice, used for making perfume, incense, medicine, and for anointing the dead.Myrrh appears frequently in the Old Testament, primarily as a sensuous perfume in the Song of Solomon.The Bible records myrrh showing up three times in the life and death of Jesus Christ. Matthew states that the Three Kings visited the child Jesus, bringing gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Mark notes that when Jesus was dying on the cross, someone offered him wine mixed with myrrh to stop the pain, but he did not take it. Finally, John says Nicodemus brought a mixture of 75 pounds of myrrh and aloes to anoint Jesus' body when it was laid in the tomb.Myrrh comes from a small bushy tree, cultivated in ancient times in the Arabian peninsula. The grower made a small cut in the bark, where the resin would leak out. It was then collected and stored for about three months until it hardened into fragrant globules. Myrrh was used raw or crushed and mixed with oil to make a perfume. It was also used medicinally to reduce swelling and stop pain. Today myrrh is used in Chinese medicine for a variety of ailments.Pronunciation: murExample: Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus packed Jesus' body in myrrh, then wrapped it in linen cloths.(Sources: and The Bible Almanac, edited by J.I. Packer, Merrill C. Tenney, and William White Jr.)------------------------------------------- ---Description---The bushes yielding the resin do not grow more than 9 feet in height, but they are of sturdy build, with knotted branches, and branchlets that stand out at right-angles, ending in a sharp spine. The trifoliate leaves are scanty, small and very unequal, oval and entire. It was first recognized about 1822 at Ghizan on the Red Sea coast, a district so bare and dry that it is called 'Tehama,' meaning 'hell.'Botanically, there is still uncertainty about the origin and identity of the various species.There are ducts in the bark, and the tissue between them breaks down, forming large cavities, which, with the remaining ducts, becomes filled with a granular secretion which is freely discharged when the bark is wounded, or from natural fissures. It flows as a pale yellow liquid, but hardens to a reddish-brown mass, being found in commerce in tears of many sizes, the average being that of a walnut. The surface is rough and powdered, and the pieces are brittle, with a granular fracture, semi-transparent, oily, and often show whitish marks. The odour and taste are aromatic, the latter also acrid and bitter. It is inflammable, but burns feebly.Several species are recognized in commerce. It is usually imported in chests weighing 1 or 2 cwts., and wherever produced comes chiefly from the East Indies. Adulterations are not easily detected in the powder, so that it is better purchased in mass, when small stones, senegal gum, chestnuts, pieces of bdellium, or of a brownish resin called 'false myrrh,' may be sorted out with little difficulty.It has been used from remote ages as an ingredient in incense, perfumes, etc., in the holy oil of the Jews and the Kyphi of the Egyptians for embalming and fumigations.Little appears to be definitely known about the collection of myrrh. It seems probable that the best drug comes from Somaliland, is bought at the fairs of Berbera by the Banians of India, shipped to Bombay, and there sorted, the best coming to Europe and the worst being sent to China. The true myrrh is known in the markets as karam, formerly called Turkey myrrh, and the opaque bdellium as meena harma.The gum makes a good mucilage and the insoluble residue from the tincture can be used in this way. ----------------------------------------Hope these helped, now get some!Namaste- Carpo
19,647 views | Jun 08, 2013


This is my personal experience on my ongoing struggle with the type of cancer known as Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Therapeutic grade Sacred Frankincense Essential Oil from helped me clear the swelling in a cancerous lymph node on my neck. You can write to me at
12,400 views | Oct 05, 2012

Gold, Frankincense Myrrh Best DIY Anti Ager EVER?

Hi Everyone....I hope everyone is enjoying the Festive Season...I wish all my friends subscribers and viewers a truly happy and peaceful time. Count your blessings every day....and never take for granted those we love. xxxI hope you enjoy this amazing anti-aging formula....Warning: Do not use essential oils if pregnant. Link to where I buy my oils below: This is not a sponsored video...all products were purchased with my own money. I will always inform you, if any product has been sent to me for review. :)
5,390 views | Dec 16, 2012


Let me start by saying there are many producers of Frankincense around the world. But ONLY Young Living's Frankincense is "therapeutic-grade" in accordance with the WORLD STANDARD for making therapeutically potent oils .... the AFNORISO measure! If you are not using THERAPEUTIC-GRADE FRANKINCENSE, you are WASTING your money!In March 2009, scientific research using Young Living's Frankincense determined that KILLS bladder cancer cells .... WITH NO SIDE-EFFECTS and without harming the non-cancerous cells! Ask me and I'll message you the actual research report! YL's Frankincense has a sweet, warm, balsamic aroma that is stimulating and elevating to the mind. Useful for visualizing, improving one's spiritual connection, and centering, it has comforting properties that help focus the mind and overcome stress and despair. Frankincense is considered the holy anointing oil in the Middle East, where it has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years. More recently, it has been used in European and American hospitals and is the subject of substantial research. Frankincense is also a valuable ingredient in skin care products for aging and dry skin. The ancient Egyptians used it in rejuvenation face masks.
19,690 views | Apr 05, 2013

How To Use Bakhoor!

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The Frankincense Trail Oman, Yemen and Saudi Arabia

Documentary on the Frankincense Trail- Oman, Yemen and Saudi Arabia Presented by: Kate Humble Produced by: Diverse Bristol -a Zodiak Entertainment Company- for BBC
50,318 views | Jul 11, 2012

Frankincense Essential Oil

Dr. Susan Lawton explains Frankincense essential oil. Perhaps the most precious of the ancient oils, frankincense is highly sought after by modern consumers for its many uses-including relazation, ummune support, and mood enhancement.
14,176 views | Dec 03, 2012

Welcome to doTERRA Gift of the Earth Essential Oils http:mydoterra.comjoyful This video features some of the highest quality, most rigorously tested essential oils on the market and the company behind it. Many find these oils to be safer to use and very effective.Essential Oils include: Basil, Bergamot, Cassia, Cinnamon, Clary Sage, Clove, Coriander, Cypress, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Helichrysum, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Melaleuca, Myrrh, Oregano, Peppermint, Roman Chamomille, Rosemary, Sandlewood, Thyme, Vetiver, White Fir, Wild Orange, Wintergreen, Ylang YlangBlends include: AromaTouch, Balance, Breathe, Citrus Bliss, Deep Blue, DigestZen, Elevation, OnGuard, Past Tense, Purify, Serenity, Slim & Sassy, TerraShield, WhisperMany of these oils have been scientifically tested and found to be anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic (pain reducing), anti-depressant, anti-cancer, anti-tumor, anti-fatigue, anti-anxiety and have beneficial effects for the health and well being of the skin, digestive system, breathing and pulmonary system, the circulatory system, the immune system, clarity of thought, and better sleep and a sense of harmony.Many of these essential oils are mentioned in the Bible and Jesus Christ was given and anointed with Frankincense and Myrrh when he was a baby.
9,965 views | Aug 19, 2010

Frankincense Resin Oman Superior Hojary How To

Each resin chunk will burn for about 10 minutes. This is the real deal. No hippie sticks here. These are chunks of hardened sap from the Boswellia sacra tree that grows in the mountains of Oman. Men camp in caves and harvest these sap (resin) chunks once per year. They hike from the caves up to the mountains and break these pieces of resin off the tree and collect in a bag. They then dry them out a bit and take to market to be sorted and graded. This grade of frankincense, Superior Hojary, is handpicked from the Dhofar region and is prized for its light color and clean citrus aroma considered to be the best in the world. http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiBoswellia_sacra I have this bagged up and ready to go in one ounce increments. To use, you just light a piece of charcoal and place a nugget of frankincense resin on top. It will start to melt and smoke. In the smoke is the amazing essence from our past that few in this country have ever experienced. Get all thoughts of hippie smelling crap out of your head. This is clean and bright, a little citrus and pungent like lime peel oil then otherwise indescribable. My last shipment out of Oman is sure to be the last for some time due to the unstable political climate at the moment. I have about 20 ounces left for sale. Reply with your phone number and let me know how many ounces you want. I sell for $10 per ounce bag.
19,770 views | Sep 05, 2011

Doterra Testimony

The power of essential oils
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EODoc Distilling Boswellia sacra Sacred Frankincense with the StoveSti...

Using the StoveStill to distill the essential oil of Boswellia sacra. Will be doing the analysis of this as well as other varieties of frankincense that I will be distilling in the near future.
4,538 views | Feb 25, 2013

Laura s Miraculous Recovery

Laura was in a life threatening accident in Mexico and we thought we would lose her. She shares her amazing experience with skilled hands of doctors, friends, and the amazing healing properties of Young Living Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils.
4,577 views | Oct 03, 2010

Essential Oils Young Living vs doTerra OFFICIAL REVIEW

http:drmomessentials.comwhat-are-essential-oils-3 - There are a lot of essential oil brands out on the market today, but I want to do a comparison of the two largest essential oil companies out there today - Young Living Essential Oils vs doTerra Essential Oils. You may be asking what the importance is of knowing the difference between different essential oil brands, particularly when it comes to Young Living Oils and doTerra essential oils. In my opinion, it boils down to how pure the essential oil is, because that effects the therapeutic value you receive from the essential oil, and that's why I've taken the time to make this video. So here's my official review:Young Living Essential Oils (also known as youngliving) is an amazing brand of oils with a very pure product and long track record of success. They have been pioneers in the filed of holistic health and bringing essential oils into mainstream use. It is a fantastic company and the consultants for the company are also very knowledgeable and top notch in my book...With that being said, doTerra Essential oils (also known as doterra) saw a need for a higher standard of purity in the marketplace and is the only brand of essential oils to carry the Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG Grade) for their entire product line of essential oils. This is why they are the purest quality and are held to the highest standard. They are the only brand on the market that is safe to take internally because of the level of purity and rigorous CPTG certification and is why I only use and suggest doTerra Essential Oils, even over Young Living Essential Oils.To receive a free eBook and for more information on the highest quality and standard of essential oils and what they can do for you, visit my site:http:drmomessentials.comwhat-are-essential-oils-3
45,433 views | Jun 17, 2011

The Truth About Frankincense

The Truth About Frankincense, offers a clear, scientifically grounded look at the industry-leading processes and products that make Young Living the world leader in essential oils.
14,192 views | Jul 20, 2012

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