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Alternatives include ylang-ylang, bergamot, cedarwood, vetiver, frankincense, and Roman Chamomile.
These cleansing baths involved chanting prayers, rubbing frankincense and eucalyptus oils and sea salt on their bodies, and burning myrrh, the newspaper reported.
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Tim and Brian inhaled, their own communion of frankincense and nicotine, as the fog swirled down from Buena Vista Park.
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).
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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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