Have you seen or experienced a priest walking down the aisle in a Catholic Church swinging the incense burner with voluminous clouds of frankincense smoke coming out of the pores of the golden urn? There is something magical, something reminiscent of days gone by with that act.
You probably also thought, whoa, that's a lot of smoke. Well, dark forces are thinking the same thing. They do not like frankincense. They get the hell out of there because they are from hell.
Described as one of the three gifts given by the Magi to baby Jesus. In some forms of Eastern medicine, myrrh is used for its restorative properties. Give a boost to your spirit and the soul with this ancient aroma. Often used to alleviate the symptoms of nervous system disorders.
In the Western world, myrrh sometimes is included as an ingredient in toothpaste and mouthwashes, thanks to its analgesic properties. Because of its purification elements, it can enhance your aromatherapy practices and create a sense of wellness in your home.