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Rosemary and peppermint are a perfect duo to harness greater mental clarity, while basil, ginger, and frankincense will help boost your energy levels on those humdrum days.
How to: Mix 12 drops EOs (frankincense, lavender, chamomile, myrrh, or a combo) into 1 oz rosehip oil.
For skin care: Lavender, carrot seed, rose, rosehip, frankincense, geranium, tea tree, ylang-ylang, and patchouli.
Essential oil company Edens Garden sells several calming blends, including Worry Less, which combines lavender, ylang ylang, frankincense and more (5ml, $9.95).
In this case, the brand included jojoba oil for its emollient properties, frankincense to calm and protect, castor oil to balance, and lanolin to moisturize.
This pack of eight includes lavender, tea tree, eucalyptus, lemongrass, orange, peppermint, frankincense, and rosemary for everything from relaxation to invigoration.
The intensely hydrating blend of camellia seed oil, shea butter, frankincense, and marula oil cocoons skin and smells incredible.
Malachite is warm and woodsy, blending amber and frankincense, while (our personal favorite) Amethyst, marries the perfect balance of fresh blackberry and lilac.
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FRANKINCENSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of frankincense for English Language Learners
: a substance that is burned for its sweet smell and that was used in religious ceremonies in ancient times
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