Cypress Essential Oil has been used since ancient times for purification and as incense. Cypress Anointing Oil is one of the oils most used for the circulatory system. Because it assists in moving stagnant matter, it actually assists many systems of the body: circulatory, digestive, urinary, and integumentary (skin). It helps with cellulite, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, fluid retention, constipation, edema, excessive perspiration, and hand and feet sweating. It is also effective for muscles and joints, the respiratory system, the reproductive system, and the nervous system.
Rose of Sharon Anointing Oil is also known as rock rose or Labdanum. It has been studied for regeneration of the cells. “I am the Rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valley” Song of Solomon 2:1
This beautiful oil has a soft honey like scent. Rose of Sharon Anointing oil has a thick consistency to it. It is also considered useful in skincare preparations especially for mature skin and wrinkles. Rose of Sharon Essential Oil can be used to treat colds, coughs, and rheumatism. When combined with Frankincense, it is excellent for meditation.
This flower from the region of Sharon in Israel is actually not a rose, but is part of the hibiscus family. Its blooms are nonetheless beautiful and glorious, just as Isaiah depicted the millennial reign when the Bride of Messiah shines forth in all the radiance of her heavenly glory and beauty. Song of Solomon 2:1 "I am the rose of Sharon, the lily of the valleys."
Cedarwood Anointing Oil is produced mainly in Morocco, it is the species most closely related to the cedars of Lebanon. King David and King Solomon used this wood for the construction of their palaces because of its aromatic oil content which lasts indefinitely. Used by the Sumerians and Egyptians more than 5000 years ago, Cedarwood essential oil is believed to have been the first oil to be obtained by distillation. It was known as the oil of gladness in ancient times, and was used for a variety of purposes including temple worship, mood elevation and mental clarity. Of all essential oils, cedarwood is highest in sesquiterpenes which are oxygen delivering molecules capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier.
Cedars of Lebanon is the strong, fragrant wood used to build David's house, Solomon's house and much of the First Temple. It was also used along with hyssop in the cleansing of a leper's house. It speaks of strength, permanence and wholeness. Ps 92:12 "The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon."
The Hebrew name for Queen Esther was Hadassah which means myrtle. Myrtle Anointing Oil is steam distilled from the leaves. Myrtle is antimutagenic, a liver stimulant, a prostate and thyroid stimulant, a sinus and lung decongestant, and is antispasmodic.
“Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree”. . . (Isaiah 55:13)
Galbanum Anointing Oil was valued for its medicinal and spiritual qualities. It was known as Moses favorite oil. “And the Almighty said unto Moses, take unto thee sweet spices, stacte, an onycha, and galbanum, these sweet spices with pure frankincense of each there shall be a like weight.” Exodus 30: 34
Cinnamon Anointing Oil (73% phenylpropanoids) is among the most antiseptic essential oils with a high antioxidant rating. It has been produced in Sri Lanka for over 2,000 years. Invigorates and rejuvenates mind and body.