Frankincense Pure Essential Oil

₱1,399

Woody and earthy aroma. Its sedative and comforting fragrance are believed to help strengthen and invigorate the respiratory system. 

LIMITED OFFER* :

30ML: with FREE 10ml Calamansi Essential  

Used as the primary photo. Also available in 10ml variant (stock availability may vary at any given time)

*Until December 31, 2020

Frankincense essential oil is extracted from the dried and distilled resin of the Frankincense tree, which is native to specific regions of Africa and the Middle East. The name origin comes from the French term “franc encens,” which translates to “high-quality incense."  Pregnant women and individuals with bleeding disorders are cautioned on the usage of Frankincense because it is an emmenagogue that has blood-thinning effects, which may increase their risk of irregular bleeding.

Properties attributed to Frankincense plant essence:

  • helps to boost the immune system
  • helps to reduce the appearance of scars
  • helps to relieve stress and anxiety
  • anti-aging properties
  • antiseptic properties (slows down the growth of microorganisms)

 

How to use it:

The recommended usage of our essential oils is mainly for aromatic use. Please DO NOT ingest, use for cooking or directly apply to the skin. We do not claim any medicinal benefit or cure.  Always consult your physician if you have any health-related concerns.

Mix water with 5 drops of essential oil in an oil burner to diffuse and inhale the scent. Do not directly apply to the skin.  If you intend to use topically, please mix with a carrier oil (e.g. Virgin Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil) before applying. Mix 10ml of carrier oil with a maximum of 5 drops of essential oil. 

Precaution:

Essential Oils are generally not recommended for use with children under six years of age, use with caution and in greater dilution for children 6 years and older.

Pregnant women should take precautions when using essential oils as well. Most essential oils are not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy. There are also some essential oils that pregnant women should avoid.

Always do a patch test for skin allergies or irritation.

 

References:

Aroma Tools, Modern Essentials Handbook, 11th Edition

naturallivingfamily.com

parents.com

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