OUT OF EGYPT* ~ Formulated to assist circulation, strengthen the heart, endocrine and nervous systems and historically known as an immune system builder. Used as a tonic for the digestive system and for overall body support promoting physical energy. Includes Biblical SHeMeN (oils) known to be effective against fungus, parasites, infections, bacteria, viruses, tropical infections and inflammation. Used for colds, flu, fevers, asthma (clears the lungs).
This is a favorite and used instead of SPICE DEFENSE (Traders) if you love the HOT oils and aroma of Cassia and Cinnamon along with the other Torah SHeMeN of Frankincense, Myrrh, Hyssop, Galbanum, etc.
Aromatic Influence: Uplifting, calms restlessness and nervous fatigue. Strengthens the mind and supports the whole body.
Application: Using the Vita Flex apply to the back along the spine and the bottom of the feet.
Companion Oils: Oregano, Peppermint, CoHeN, HaDaSsaH, High Tower, Spice Defense and Spice Thieves
Contains: Israeli Distilled Omani Boswellia Sacra (Frankincense), Cinnamon, Cassia, Hyssop, Myrrh, Galbanum, Spikenard and Calamus (Israeli Distilled)
Caution: This oil blend is HOT! Do NOT inhale close up and dilute with carrier oil when applying to skin. Avoid contact with eyes and keep out of the reach of children. Dilution recommended to topical application is 1% – 10% OOE Blend to 90% – 99% Carrier Oil.
*Neat: Pure plant oil with NO carrier base added
*This is NOT the SHeMeN Tov (Anointing Oil Blend) nor is it the Ketoret (Incense blend) which is a crushed dry compound for incense burning (Exodus 30:22-33. For more specific information on the topic, we recommend reading MYSTICAL AROMA THERAPY by Cohen Avraham Sand.
Scripture specifically mentions 4 of the ingredients — Myrrh, Cinnamon Bark, Cassia and Olive Oil. A clay of the Shemen haMishchah (anointing oil of Moses) was found in a cave at Qumran in 1988 based on information decoded from the Copper Scroll of Jeremiah. The sages believe there are a total of 11 spices in the Temple Incense Oil. It’s believed that only Moses knew the exact spices and orally passed the secret recipe onto the Levites as Scripture does not specifically mention what the “spices” are in detail. Until the discovery in 1988, only 6 of the 11 spice identities were known. After chemical analysis of the oil found in Qumran, 4 of the remaining unknown 5 spices were identified. The last ingredient is believed to have been determined as of Sukkot 2014 as it has been up for debate as the analysis was inconclusive. Sign up for Remnant Ramblings newsletter and check our informational site www.LivingStonesTabernacle.org for future articles on this topic.