How To Use Frankincense Essential Oil

Healing Recipes and Beauty Secrets for Frankincense Essential Oil - thecrunchymoose.com

I absolutely love the smell of frankincense essential oil. It’s earthy & woodsy with a slight spicy & fruity undertone. It’s very grounding and calming. It reduces inflammation, promotes restful sleep, and heals damaged skin.

Frankincense Essential Oil Basics

Frankincense is nontoxic and non-irritating. Here are a few of the amazing things frankincense essential oil can do:

  • Calming
  • Promotes restful sleep
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Strengthen your immune system
  • Improve concentration
  • Alleviate sun spots & sun damage
  • Lessen the appearance of stretch marks

Frankincense Essential Oil Tips

  • Inhale frankincense essential oil after lunch to spiritually refocus
  • Rub frankincense essential oil on the bottom of your feet to help alleviate nervous energy
  • Apply 1-2 drops to the face and neck to sooth sun-exposure, renew skin, minimize oil and diminish blemishes
  • Massage a few drops on temple or back of neck to relieve stress and depression as well as uplift spirits
  • Diffuse to enrich prayer, meditation or enhanced relaxation
  • Apply 1-3 drops of frankincense essential oil to help restore nails

Where to Buy Quality, Therapeutic Grade Frankincense Essential Oil

When it comes to essential oils, Young Living sets the standard for purity and authenticity. Young Living carefully monitors every step of the production of the oils from beginning to end through a unique seed to seal process, ensuring the purity of each essential oil and protecting nature’s living energy in every bottle. This unsurpassed commitment to quality means that you can be confident that Young Living essential oils are both safe and effective. I trust their essential oils above all others because they are pure and unadulterated and are manufactured for therapeutic use not just for smell. Find out more about Young Living and purchase here.

How to Use Frankincense Essential Oil

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Healing Recipes and Beauty Secrets for Frankincense Essential Oil - thecrunchymoose.com

Healing Recipes and Beauty Secrets for Frankincense Essential Oil - thecrunchymoose.com

Healing Recipes and Beauty Secrets for Frankincense Essential Oil - thecrunchymoose.com

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Healing Recipes and Beauty Secrets for Frankincense Essential Oil - thecrunchymoose.com

Healing Recipes and Beauty Secrets for Frankincense Essential Oil - thecrunchymoose.com

 
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Ashlee, MBA, is a stay at home mom who is passionate about whole food and the local environment. She started her natural journey several years ago after 3 years of back surgeries. Making some simple changes in her life stopped the seemingly endless back surgery cycle immediately and she is now stronger and healthier than the doctors said was possible. She recently sold her retail store to spend time with her growing family. Her son was adopted in 2012. She also volunteers at a local, organic farm. She grew up in the mountains of North Carolina and now lives with her husband & son in the suburbs of Dallas.
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    • The Crunchy Moose says

      Oh, you must be soooo tired! Poor little guy. Yes, frankincense is safe for babies. I have used frankincense in a diffuser with my little one. The combo that works best for my son is 5 drops lavender & 5 drops of Peace & Calming (a citrus & patchouli mix) in a diffuser. I turn it on about 10-15 minutes before bed time then turn it off when he goes to sleep (but you can let it keep running if desired). You can also mix it with a carrier oil and put it on his feet. Here’s a link with a list of safe oils for babies http://dontmesswithmama.com/essential-oils-for-baby/ If you are on facebook, join us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthylivingwithessentialoils/, we talk about all things oily!

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