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Let’s talk about the ultimate power house duo in Copaiba & Frankincense, and bear with me through this novel (you want to know about these guys, trust me)!!
Who has these oils and uses them daily??? 🙋🏽♀️ Who knows nothing about these oils and is intrigued 🙋🏽♂️🙋🏽♀️??? Take a look at just a few of the amazing benefits these two beauties provide;
🌾 Powerful antioxidant when taken internally
🌾 Helps calm, soothe and support your nervous system
🌾 Promotes smooth, clear skin and reduces blemishes – I often apply direct to any blemishes, otherwise add to your moisturizer
🌾 Supports the health of cardiovascular, immune, digestive and respiratory systems
🌾 Supporting proper neurological functions .
The only copaiba oil on the market that blends four types of copal resin to create an oil with 60% BCP (beta-caryophyllene). BCP gives the therapeutic effect of cannabis oil (CBD) (yes, you heard me right), without any negative or psychotropic side effects. Copaiba is a very versatile oil and has many different uses and purposes, much like Frankincense
. 🌿 FRANKINCENSE:
Otherwise known as ‘the king’ of all oils.
The properties of Frank are a true gift from Nature. These properties are what many synthetic try to duplicate, but are unable to as our bodies respond to nature and not chemicals
🌾 Helps calm, relax, remove anxiety - apply a drop over your heart or inhale deeply from a diffuser or the bottle
🌾 Tighten, tone and redefine what anti-aging looks like with your skin - add a drop or two in your moisturizer
🌾 Feeling run down, getting sick often, worried about free radicals, then take a drop under your tongue morning and night
🌾 Has an anti-inflammatory response - which is one of my loves for this oil
🌾 Supports cells throughout your body. It has the ability to find any broken cell in your body and will start repairing it internally.
The saying goes, “when in doubt, use Frankincense” and it is sooo true!
You can see why when you combine the two oils together, they really are a power house team. The two are in a lot of my blends and together can be used for...
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