Anti-cancerous frankincense oil
Frankincense trees were considered valuable during traditional times and their location was sometimes a matter of state secret. It was employed to improve meditation and raise spiritual consciousness. Sometimes called Olibanum, it originates from the Middle East with abounding apex leaves and has white or pale pink flowers.
Frankincense is strongly anti viral, anti-oxidizing agent, anti fungal, antibacterial, antiseptic and expectorant oil. It is also known capable to sooth the mind, slowing down and deepening breathing and is excellent for meditation. It can also help to calm hysteria and obsessive states linked to the past.
Frankincense oil is alleged to help revive an aging skin, is a skin tonic and is effective with sores, carbuncles, injuries, scars and skin swelling. It mixes well with other oils like benzoin, sandalwood, lavender, myrrh, pine, orange, bergamot and lemon.
Frankincense oil and cancer
There are one or two researchers studying the effects of Frankincense essential Oil on various cancers with some quantity of success. In vitro effects show inhibition or stimulation of cell proliferation dependent on the density of Frankincense Oil in the growth media. The Cancer Research Institute of the School of Nevada treated cervical cancer with frankincense essential oil, in which “there was 72% inhibition and expansion of non-cancerous cells.”
Other research has proven that boswellic acids from frankincense exert anti proliferate activity toward a range of bad cells. Why has not the general public heard about this? It sounds incredulous but the anti-cancerous result of frankincense has been known for thousands of years.
Frankincense oil is promising
Does it work for everyone? No, but compared to the effects of chemical treatment, Frankincense Oil show huge promise now and in the future.
Frankincense essential oil is pricey compared with other therapeutic grade oils but “cheap” in comparison to drugs like chemical treatment.
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