Frankincense, therapeutic effects for the body

Frankincense and its scent are associated with the Church, with the church services with the banishment of evil spirits, but Frankincense is used otherwise. Let’s find out how.

Frankincense has many properties and uses other than those already known.

It is used in the divine services of the Church, to oust the spirits and evil spirits from the dwelling, the previous purification, but has many benefits and for the human body.

What is frankincense
The resin of some species of shrubs of the Boswellia from India and Arabia (Oman), which, through heating, gives off a pleasant smell.

Frankincense is obtained through notching (cutting) of bark trees and solidification in the form of irregular grains.

It can be reddish, yellowish in color, Brown or black. It’s gooey and flammable.

Through combustion, producing a penetrating smell smoke.

Pine resin cannot be reckoned incense.

Frankincense tree which gives a height of 3-6 metres and the flowers are white or pink.

It grows through the cracks of the rocks from the mountains and the pebbles areas at the bottom of the hills, near the seaside.

Used in medicine
Outside the religious celebrations, it is used in medicine and cosmetics.

Farmacoterapeutice properties and is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, diuretic, healing, cartninativă, expectorantă, sedative.

Frankincense is found in true medicinal shops
On the market, there are substitutes thereof prepared synthetically, which are hazardous to the human body.

Therefore, the products will be purchased only true from specialized stores.

Tincture of frankincense is beneficial for asthma, colds, sinusitis, tumours, nerve, and scars.

Also may be used in any kind of combat, and the stem bark, laryngitis.

Relieves depression and anxiety, smoking and combat the harmful effects of this Vice, induces the State of relaxation.

Some studies have shown that incense can kill cancer cells in the ovaries and effective chemotherapy.

Frankincense of cysts on liver melted, lungs or kidneys. In this case, one can follow a course recommended by the practitioner.

At the level of the digestive system, frankincense oil aids in inflammatory diseases of the colon (Crohn’s disease), diarrhoea, dysentery, stomach ulcers, ulcer colitis, indigestion, internal bleeding.

It is known that it should not touch the teeth because it dissolves tooth enamel and causes tooth decay.

Consumption of incense is not recommended for pregnant women or nursing mothers.

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