Frankincense & Myrrh – Aromatherapy Mist 50mL

 280.00

A synergy blend of pure, therapeutic grade, all-natural and plant-based essential oil of frankincense and myrrh, blended with sugar-cane alcohol (pure ethanol) and water.

SKU: aroma-mist-frankincense-50mL-1

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Frankincense & Myrrh Aromatherapy Mist 50mL

A synergy blend of pure, therapeutic grade, all-natural and plant-based essential oil of frankincense and myrrh, blended with sugar-cane alcohol (pure ethanol) and water.

A travel-friendly, airport-safe, aromatherapy mist spray to brighten special spaces.

Convenient spray bottle – safe to carry inside handbags, car compartments, or at home.

Spray on linen, bedroom, car, and special spaces!

Wherever the journey takes you…

Benefits of Frankincense & Myrrh essential oils for aromatherapy:

Frankincense Essential Oil – The “King” of Oils

From ancient Egyptian rituals to your personal essential oil diffuser, frankincense has played a role in many cultures for upwards of 5,000 years. It’s commonly used in religious ceremonies and has been an important part of traditional Eastern medicine for some time.

Frankincense essential oil—also known as olibunam—comes from a resin extracted from Boswellia trees, primarily Boswellia sacra. It’s commonly used in incense and perfumes, and it’s available in its pure form as an essential oil.

Interest in this extract is growing not only because of its wonderful scent and rich tradition but also because of the nootropic benefits this essential oil has demonstrated.

Research suggests that frankincense may help promote a calm mood, enhance feelings of well-being, and even strengthen learning and memory. Many of these benefits are attributed to the anti-inflammatory activity that this essential oil demonstrates.

Myrrh essential oil – The “Holy” oil

Myrrh is most commonly known as one of the gifts (along with gold and frankincense) the three wise men brought to Jesus in the New Testament. In fact, it was actually mentioned in the Bible 152 times! Myrrh was an important herb of the Bible,  as it was used as a spice, a natural remedy and to purify the dead.

Myrrh oil is still commonly used today as a remedy for a variety of ailments. Researchers have become interested in myrrh due to its potent antioxidant activity and potential as a cancer treatment. It has also been shown to be effective in fighting certain types of parasitic infections.

Learn more about these essential oils in the links below:

Frankincense essential oil

Myrrh essential oil

Additional information

Weight 150 g
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 17 cm

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