Dr. I’s clinical findings support:*inflammation and pain pattern
*bone health (repair and rebuild)
*nerve & brain health
*hormone balance (male & female)
*immune deficiency & activation
*immune balance (high or low)
*cellular mutation prevention
*lymph nodes, lymphatic system
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Frankincense has been studied to cross the blood-brain barrier, carrying oxygen and nutrients to the pineal and pituitary glands within the brain. The active components called sesquiterpenes found in these plants impart the well-known action to balance stress and support the nervous system and promote brain health. This has a psychologically grounding, calming, and stabilizing effect with a peaceful and gentle sedative quality.
Culturally these plants have been used by herbal healers to boost immunity and support the body to fight a number of respiratory states such as cold, cough, bronchitis, asthma and pneumonia by drying mucous and relieving congestion in the lungs and sinuses. They have also shown to promote immune regulation as seen in a depleted immune system or calm an over-active immune system as well as assist the body’s ability to remove toxins through the lymph nodes and lymphatic system. This may also be associated with the clearing of stagnant fluid from the tissues through the kidneys through diuresis.
Traditionally herbalists also used these plants to support the body against skin complaints such as acne, eczema, and fungal growth as well as healing wounds, preventing scars and stretchmarks and toning and rejuvenating aged skin. They have also been used for a healthy scalp and preventing dandruff and hair loss and psoriasis.
Bring Nature's Breezes to you:
Topical: Use as a perfume or apply to bottoms of feet to support restful sleep and relaxation.
Aromatic: Diffuse in bedroom or anywhere peace, calm, and relaxation is desired.
Tip: Apply a few drops directly to pillow or sheets before sleep or relaxation.
Historical & Spiritual use:
These plants have a rich history and were believed to aid in spiritual growth. The Magi, also known as the Three Wise Men, gifted the baby Jesus with gold, frankincense and myrrh which are the backbone of this formula Ancient Breeze. Cedar has been used to cleanse negative energies and calm nervous tension. It was thought to increase wealth and it represents the gift of gold. Frankincense was regarded for connecting the past and the present turning experiences into wisdom. Myrrh has been associated with courage and fortitude, as well as protection. Vetiver also is grounding, promotes restful sleep and wards away nightmares.
Historically the Chinese used frankincense to treat severe lymphatic conditions, scrophula and other chronic diseases. They used anise for its effects on the lungs and sinuses as well as the upper and lower digestion. Cedar is considered a sacred plant by the Native Americans used as an insect repellent and to treat bronchitis and tuberculosis and other lung conditions.