There are six main components found in Frankincense oil and each provides a specific health benefit.

Since I am a columnist promoting beauty, I will begin with Farnesol. This component allows Frankincense oil to reduce the signs of aging by smoothing the look of wrinkles and to help increase the skin’s elasticity. Not only does it help with reducing the appearance of wrinkles, but also skin imperfections such as discoloration. It stimulates the growth of new cells, thus when on cuts it promotes faster healing. Obviously, Frankincense Oil is something worth checking out when it comes to outer beauty. Now, one suggested way to use Frankincense Oil is in a facial toner product such as one from Pangea Organics. This product is listed at Use this coupon code, BER298, and save some money during checkout.

Since I prefer using health alternatives in dealing with most common ailments, rather than prescriptive medications, these other components found in Frankincense Oil are certainly worth investigating and they are as follows:

Limonene: This component demonstrates antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal properties. It is believed to reduce feelings of anxiety and to stimulate the immune system.

Pinene: This component is known to strengthen and invigorate the respiratory system and is reported to have diuretic properties based on empirical evidence.

Borneol: This component contributes tonic, anesthetic, sedative and anti-spasmodic properties to this oil.

Used in aromatherapy, Frankincense works as an expectorant to clear the nasal passageway, to promote relief of congestion, and encourage easy breathing. It’s sweet, woody aroma is sedative and enhances mood by diminishing feelings of stress and anxiety while improving concentration and memory.

This amazing oil is part of a new pain relief solution for those individuals suffering from intense pain. I am excited to share this amazing product through a number of personal stories starting in 2020. Also, I am proud to share it, since it has been helping our military men and women, who were injured serving our country and needed a product dealing with their pain. This product has been receiving great publicity through respectable media sources, such as The Hallmark Channel.

Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year! I look forward to posting more articles in 2020.

Author's Bio: 

I live with, ‘photophobia’, a visual processing disorder, which is easily misdiagnosed as ‘dyslexia,’ and that’s why I wrote the book, “My Curly Hair Self: Living with a Visual Processing Disorder.” Now, I do live with glaucoma, but someone not diagnosed with glaucoma, can also have photophobia (a medical condition which falls under the category of physical disability) and that’s why my book is so important for those individuals who have trouble with reading, writing, or looking a Smartboard.