What are the benefits of Doterra frankincense?
- Internal use may help support healthy cellular function†
- Promotes a soothing experience as part of a massage.
- Creates a comforting, uplifting atmosphere.
- Helps to maintain healthy skin when applied topically.
What is frankincense oil used for Doterra?
Its soothing and beautifying properties are used to revitalise the appearance of the skin and help reduce the appearance of imperfections when applied topically. When inhaled or diffused, Frankincense essential oil may support feelings of peace, relaxation, satisfaction and overall spiritual and emotional wellness.
What does frankincense under the tongue do?
If you are using certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils, like DoTERRA, frankincense is safe for internal use. It has amazing properties to reduce inflammation in the body, promote cellular health and overall wellness. Drop 1 drop straight under the tongue.
Can I put frankincense on my face?
Frankincense is a winner for oily skin. A fantastic natural astringent, it helps regulate sebum and stop your face looking like a hot mess by removing excess oil. The astringent properties of frankincense also help tighten skin, good news if you’re battling a case of large pores.
Will frankincense help me sleep?
Frankincense is a wonderful sleep aid because of its aromatherapeutic benefits, relieving stress and promoting relaxation. Place a few drops of oil into your hands, rub your palms together, and inhale before laying down to sleep.
Can you put frankincense oil in your mouth?
Frankincense – Frankincense essential oil has antiseptic properties that make it a natural solution to fighting the bacteria in the mouth that can cause plaque, tooth decay, and bad breath while supporting healthy gums.
Is frankincense oil good for sleeping?
Is frankincense good for memory loss?
According to pharmacological studies, frankincense had materials that helped maintain memory . Moreover, the results of the present study showed that 4 weeks of frankincense consumption affected the retention (2 weeks) of motor memory in the elderly.