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Frankincense and Myrrh

Frankincense and Myrrh resins were widely available when the Magi visited the baby Jesus around 5 B.C., and would have been considered practical gifts with many uses. The expensive resins were symbolic as well.

Frankincense, which was often burned (still is by the Catholic Church), symbolized prayer rising to the heavens like smoke. Today there are government studies of the health benefits of frankincense.

Myrrh, which was often used for burials, symbolized death and served as a purifier. Nicodemus brought myrrh and aloes to wrap the body of Jesus. The smell of myrrh has been traditionally seen as a symbol of suffering.

Frankincense has a warm, pungent, sweet smell, while Myrrh has a warm, rich, spicy balsamic smell.
Prior to the advent of modern medicine, oils and herbs were what people relied on to maintain health, even before the time of Christ.

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Health Through Maintaining Wellness

Oils can be used to support various body systems to maintain health. Here is a rundown of some common oils and the systems they support. Because the oils have so many natural compound this list is no where near encompassing.

Lavender - Supports restfulness

Peppermint - Supports focus, cooling, and digestion

Digestzen - Supports healthy digestion

Lemon - Supports body detox.

Breathe - Supports healthy respiratory system

Deep Blue - Supports healthy muscles and joints

These are some of the oils found in the Family Physician's kit.


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