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Frankincense and Myrrh--more than symbolic gifts to baby Christ. Considered cure-alls by Biblical people. Healing by prayer and anointment with oils as practiced by Jesus' disciples and early Christians is made practical for us today in this book. Based on both science and scripture.
In the Bible, plants were widely used for holy ceremonies, perfumes, health and wellness, cooking, building materials and various other everyday needs. Many times these plants were in essential oil form and are the precursors and foundation for modern day essential oil use. Oils of the Bible: A Look at God's Creation is an exploration into the original Hebrew and Greek words for the plants from which these essential oils are distilled. Joshua Graff has brought to life the stories and events of the Bible that reveal how essential oils are intertwined in our history and give a glimpse of God's amazing creation and His love for His people.
It can be difficult to find the time and means by which we can reinforce our values and practice the principles of our faith. One way of connecting to our spiritual selves or a higher power is through an essential oils practice, by making their soothing and sanctifying properties a part of daily routine. In Biblical times, essential oils were used for everything from holy ceremonies to everyday needs. Today, we can harness the all-natural power of essential oils to calm, purify, and heal our bodies and homes. Essential Oils of the Bible is written at the intersection of science and spirituality, allowing the benefits of both to infuse your spiritual essential oils practice. In Essential Oils of the Bible, you will find: Profiles of 30 essential oils of the Bible, each beautifully illustrated and featuring a verse in which it's mentionedOil profiles that specify medicinal properties and uses, precautions, and complementary or substitute oils 75 common needs for essential oils-from flu and muscle pain to kitchen care-and 150 simple remedies and recipesA handy list of oils in Scripture, noting book, chapter, and verse for each As practical as it is informative, Essential Oils of the Bible will shed new light on the essential oils that God manifested for natural health and wellness.
"Whether you have a background in chemistry or not, you will understand and enjoy this book. It will enlighten and entertain you while demonstrating, by the chemistry of essential oils, that God's power and divine nature can be seen through the things he has made. (Romans 1:20). Based on both science and scripture, this book reveals the harmony between the two. Dr. Stewart describes the relationship between the material world and the spiritual world to explain how oils bring healing."--Back cover.
Offers an introduction to aromatherapy and explains how to choose and use essential oils for health, beauty and well-being. This book includes skin-care treatments, massage techniques, simple remedies for common ailments and meditations for relaxation. It also provides a directory of 68 common and exotic essential oils.
It was in the very beginning of Scripture in Genesis 1& 2 that the Lord gave us the garden, and the plants in it. In Revelation 22 we find that the leaves of the tree are for healing of the nations. From beginning to the end, God has given us botanicals for health and pleasure. There are over 200 botanicals named in the Bible and hundreds of verses that have reference to plant life. Ancient writings of Josephus, Pliney the Elder, Jewish writings (The Mishnah and Talmud) and the Apocrypha all have frequent references to plants. Choosing 14 Biblical plants, that have medicinal benefits through essential oil therapy, was challenging for me. I've been on this journey over twenty years and have built my pure, therapeutic essential oil inventory little-by-little and have my favorites beyond the listing in this book. The Precious Oils & Plants of the Bible includes essential oil properties and benefits of the following:We consider olive oil to be the most important oil. In ancient times olive oil was used for medicine, cosmetics, fuel ad refreshment The link from the ancient to the modern is beneficial as today continued research shows the benefits of olive oil for your health.
The Bible is the most read book in the world and it still fascinates readers with new and current information till today. Everything we see around us is connected to the Bible and in the cycle of life, the biblical times is not so far back. Trees that have been planted many hundred years ago are living among us with the same energy that they had in the time of the Bible. Essential oils have been used for remedies, medications and pleasure since humans have been on earth and developed awareness. We have many beautiful trees, plants and flowers living with us and it is a privilege to enjoy them today after someone else planted them well before our lifetime. One of the most beautiful legacies we have on this earth are the amazing trees we see and take for granted. Planting long living trees such as Olive, Pine, Cedar or Acacia is a gift for the next generations, just like the old trees we see today planted generations back for our pleasure. Parable from the Talmud: One day a righteous miracle worker, saw an old man planting a carob tree. Knowing that a carob tree took 70 years to bear fruit, and that therefore the old man would not live to see the results of his labor, he asked why he was planting a tree whose fruits he would never enjoy. 'Carob trees were here when I was born, planted by my father and his father, ' answered the old man. 'Now I plant trees for the enjoyment of my children and their children's children.'" (Talmud Ta'anit 23a) In Judaism it is forbidden to uproot and destroy a tree after it has been planted, we are told that we can cut them down to a stump, but their roots must stay in the ground forever. In this book I have found relevance of 105 trees and plants from around the world to the Old Testament Bible, it is amazing how much access we have today to what the people of the Bible had. "When you besiege a city for many days to wage war against it to capture it, you shall not destroy its trees by wielding an ax against them, for you may eat from them, but you shall not cut them down. Is the tree of the field a man, to go into the siege before you?" Deuteronomy 20:19 We learn from trees many things, like patience, strength, faith, and love.

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