Ingredients: Myrrh and FCO
OR you can choose Myrrh, Frankincense freanea in a base of FCO
Traditionally used to cleanse away grief, despair, bitterness and other negative beliefs associated with past and present hurts and emotional trauma. Myrrh in a base of FCO. Suggested to follow or to alternate with Days of Purification: SIX SPICES. Eventually phase into Days of Purification: ACCEPTANCE.
Companion Blends: Forgiveness, Let Go...Let God, Citrus Lift, Realign, Peace & Tranquility
For more info on myrrh and some contraindications for use:
Synopsis of contraindications Axe lists:
*May cause dermatitis for some people. Test a small area of the skin before applying it all over. Dilute.
*Internal use may cause stomach upset or diarrhea in some people.
*Generally avoided by preg women bc it is thought that it could increase uterine contractions. (However, it has been valued postpartum in traditional cultures.)
*Another potential side effect of myrrh is heart irregularities and lowered blood pressure, although this is mostly seen at high doses of more than 2-4 grams per day. Anyone with a medical condition related to the heart should ask a doctor before using myrrh oil.
*Myrrh may lower blood sugar, therefore it is not recommended for people with diabetes or other blood sugar conditions. Since it interacts with blood glucose it is also not recommended for people undergoing surgery and it is best to stop its use at least two weeks before surgery.
*Myrrh oil is not recommended for people using anticoagulants such as warfarin (common brand names Coumadin and Jantoven) as it may have potential interactions with this medication. It is also not recommended for people on diabetes medication as there is a potential for a drug interaction.