Frankincense is one of the oils that comes in the Young Living essential oils premium starter kit. If you’re just dipping your toes into the essential oil world, then I completely recommend you start with their premium starter kit. With 11 oils, a diffuser and a few samples, it has everything you need to get started on your essential oils journey.
I’m going to share with you how we use one of my favorite essential oils from that starter kit, Frankincense and how you can use it as well.
Frankincense has a spicier smell to it with a sweet undertone to it. This oil is absolutely amazing and even boasts cancer-fighting abilities.
+Acne: rub one drop on those pesky little zits before you go to bed at night.
+Mood-booster: diffuse 5 drops when you’re feeling down.
+Concentration: When I sit down to do some blog work after I get home from working all day as a nurse, concentrating is something I really struggle with. Rubbing 1 drop on my big toe and/or diffusing helps me concentrate on getting my work done.
+Fever: Rub 2 drops on your forehead to help bring down a high temperature.
+Headaches: Rub 2 drops on your temples and back of neck.
+Stretch marks: I have a few stretch marks on my sides from when I was pregnant with Alea. I’ve been rubbing a few drops of Frank with a little coconut oil and massaging into my stretch marks daily. I’ll get back to you on how well this works!
When I started looking at and researching essential oils, I never knew they could be used for so many things. It’s truly incredible and I honestly use them on an everyday basis. Like I said before, essential oils are a “journey” and it’s so fun to learn what all of them do and are able to help with.
Interested in trying some oils for yourself? Check out Young Living and feel free to e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!
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