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1 Twelve Oils of Ancient Scripture
Cyndy and Byron Streitz Young Living Independent Distributors Material based on “Healing Oils of The Bible” by Dr. David Stewart

2 Agenda Overview of the Twelve Oils of Ancient Scripture
Discussion and sampling of Each of the Oils Young Living Opportunity The statements made in this presentation have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products discussed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease

3 Dr, David Stewart Dr. David Stewart studied theology, philosophy, and English at Central Methodist College in Fayette, Missouri ( ) and studied chemistry, biology and social sciences at Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg ( ). He completed a BS degree in Mathematics and Physics at Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy in 1965 and was salutatorian of his graduating class. His MS and PhD degrees are in geophysics (theoretical seismology) and were earned from the University of Missouri at Rolla in 1969 and 1971 respectively. He has held positions as a hydraulic engineer and hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Southern California ( ). He was a professor on the faculty of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, ( ) and also held a professorship at Southeast Missouri State University ( ). He was also a part-time United Methodist Pastor ( , ) in rural Missouri. He has been the Executive Director of the InterNational Association of Parents and Professionals for Safe Alternatives in Childbirth (NAPSAC International) since its founding in 1975. Has written several books including “ The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple” And “Healing Oils of The Bible”

4 The Twelve Oils of Ancient Scripture
Essential Oils have Been Used For at Least 5000 Years

5 What Are Essential Oils?
Essential Oils Defined “The term “essential oil” is a contraction of the original “quintessential oil.” This stems from the Aristotelian idea that matter is composed of four elements, namely, fire, air, earth, and water. The fifth element, or quintessence, was then considered to be spirit or life force. Distillation and evaporation were thought to be processes of removing the spirit from the plant and this is also reflected in our language since the term “spirits” is used to describe distilled alcoholic beverages such as brandy, whiskey, and eau de vie. The last of these again shows reference to the concept of removing the life force from the plant. …..” National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy

The dominant classes of compounds in the oils of the Bible are: Sesquiterpenes, Monoterpenes, and Phenols (including phenylpropanoids) along with Ketones, Aldehydes, and Esters. There are more than 10,000 types of sesquiterpenes, more than 2,000 varieties of monoterpenes, and hundreds of phenols along with thousands of kinds of ketones, aldehydes, and esters. Phenols, ketones, and aldehydes are antiseptic, cleanse receptor sites, and detoxify our bodies. Sesquiterpenes are oxygenating, mood elevating, and deprogram miswritten or garbled codes in the DNA. Monoterpenes are hostile to microbes and reprogram cells with correct information. Esters are calming, stress-reducing, and emotionally releasing.

Sesquiterpenes are mainly in: Cedarwood-98%, Sandalwood-95%, Myrrh-65%, Spikenard-46%, and Cypress-12%. Monoterpenes are in: Frankincense-82%, Cypress-77%, Galbanum-75%, Rose of Sharon-54%, Myrtle-37%, Spikenard-36%, and Hyssop-30%. Phenols are in: Calamus-30%, Cinnamon-25%, and Cassia-8%. These last three oils are all ingredients of the Holy Anointing Oil of Exodus 30:23-24

Sesquiterpenes and Monoterpenes can be spiritually elevating by stimulating the pineal gland and their oxygenating capabilities can create an environment that makes it difficult for cancer cells to survive. They are also strong supporters of the immune system and boost the body’s natural defenses. Phenols, in addition to their antimicrobial and cleansing abilities, also promote hormonal balance and healthy bodily function. Modern research has found Cinnamon oil to be as effective against certain bacteria as Penicillin and Ampicillin. Thus, the oils of the Bible serve us on all levels: Spiritual, Emotional, Mental, and Physical.

9 Essential Oil Quality

10 Aloes or Sandalwood JOHN 19: “And there came also Nicodemus, which at first came to Jesus By night, and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about an hundred pound Weight” “Biblical aloe was an oil imported from India, also known as sandalwood. Sandalwood is known for its ability to nurture various systems of the body.” Dr. David Stewart

11 Sandalwood • Ancient Uses: Assistance in Meditation; Aphrodisiac;
Embalming • Modern Uses: Sandalwood contains the fourth highest concentration of sesquiterpenes of all the oils- (90%). Sesquiterpenes deprogram misinformation and carry oxygen at a cellular level. Used for skin care, enhances deep sleep (stimulating release of melatonin); supportive of female reproductive and endocrine systems; has been applied for urinary tract infections. • Applications: Diffuse, apply topically, ingest orally, burn in incense. • Aloes/Sandalwood oil is also found In: Dream Catcher™, Gathering™, Inspiration™, White Angelica™, Awaken™ Harmony™, 3 Wise Men™ Stories - how have you used Sandalwood?

12 Cassia (Cinnamomum cassia)
PSALMS 45:8 “All thy garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, out of Ivory palaces, whereby they have made thee glad” “Essential oils, including cassia, not only affect our physical bodies, but our emotions as well. Unlike our other four senses which reach our conscious brains first, our sense of smell is wired directly to our emotional brain where feelings are catalogued.” Dr. David Stewart

13 Cassia • Ancient Uses: Ingredient in Moses’ Holy Anointing Oil.
• Modern Uses: Immune system builder and supportive of the body’s natural defenses. Applications: Diffuse, topically, orally, incense • Cassia oil is also found in Exodus II™ Smell it – what feelings does it bring up?

14 Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica)
LEVITICAS 14:17 “And the rest of the oil (cedarwood, hyssop, and olive) that is in his hand shall the priest put upon the tip of the right ear of him that is to be cleansed, and upon the thumb of his right hand, and upon the great toe of his right foot” “King Solomon built his palace and temple from unfinished cedarwood ( I Kings 6:9-15). This choice provided Solomon an environment in which he inhaled the molecules of cedarwood oil continuously and in which he could think clearly and administer wise decisions.” Dr. David Stewart

15 Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica)
• Ancient Uses: Cleansing of lepers, ritual cleansing after touching a dead body or anything else considered “unclean,” ritual cleansing from evil spirits, cosmetics, embalming, skin problems, various medicines, calming effects. This may be the first and most ancient of the distilled oils in as much as Chinese, Sumerians and Egyptians were using Oil of Cedarwood for embalming, disinfecting, hygienic, and other purposes more than 5,000 years ago. Mentioned on a Babylonian tablet dated 1800 B.C. Stories – how have you used cedarwood essential oil?

16 Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica)
• Modern Uses: Insect repellent, hair loss, tuberculosis, bronchitis, gonorrhea, skin disorders (acne, psoriasis). Cedarwood is highest known oil in sesquiterpenes (98%) which can deprogram misinformation and bring oxygen to cellular levels. Enhances deep sleep (melatonin stimulant), emotional releases, promotes mental clarity. • Applications: Diffuse, topically, orally, incense. • Cedarwood oil is also found in: Inspiration™, Sacred Mountain™ and Brain Power™ Cedarwood has an approximate ORAC of 1,689,996 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter. Stories – how have you used cedarwood essential oil?

17 Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)
ISIAH 41:19 “ I will plant in the wilderness the cedar, the shittah tree, and the myrtle, and the oil (cypress) tree” “Modern science has shown that inhaling, applying or taking cypress oils internally stimulates white blood corpuscle generation which may have beneficial applications following chemotherapy or radiation. The molecules of cypress oil seem to have an affinity with all aspects of the cardiovascular system, including blood vessels and heart.” Dr. David Stewart

18 Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)
• Ancient Uses: Arthritis, laryngitis, reducing scar tissue, cramps. Cypress oil is mentioned in A Babylonian tablet dating 1800 B.C. • Modern Uses: Supportive of the cardiovascular system (increases circulation, strengthens blood capillaries, controls hemorrhages and nose bleeds, relieves acute chest discomfort), emotionally beneficial: eases feeling of loss, promotes feelings of security and grounding; supportive of women during menstruation and menopause. Monoterpenes reprogram cellular memory with correct information thus promoting permanent healings at a cellular level. Cypress also promotes production of leucocytes (white blood cells) which boosts the body’s natural defenses. • Applications: Massage along spine, on arm pits, on feet, heart and chest. • Cypress oil is found in: Aroma Seiz™ (for muscle cramps), Aroma Life™ (for chest pains), R.C.™ (respiratory congestion) How have you used Cypress?

19 Frankincense (Boswelia carteri)
LEVITICUS 2:1 “ And when any offer a meat offering to the lord, his offering shall be of fine flower; and he shall pour oil upon it, and put frankincense thereon” “…Frankincense is the second most frequently mentioned oil of the Bible. Ancient Egyptians had a saying that “frankincense could heal everything from gout to a broken head” Dr. David Stewart

20 Frankincense (Boswelia carteri )
• Ancient Uses: Holy Anointing Oil, a cure-all, used to enhance meditation and elevate spiritual consciousness, thought to assist one in the transition of death, used for embalming, and perfume. Frankincense was used to anoint the newborn sons of kings and priests, which may have been why it was brought to the baby Jesus. Frankincense is mostly monoterpenes which, as an anointing oil, embraces God’s image in us (Genesis 1:26).

21 Frankincense (Boswelia carteri )
• Modern Uses: Monoterpenes reprogram cellular memory thus promoting permanent healing; helps maintain normal cellular regeneration; cancer, depression, allergies, headaches, bronchitis, herpes, tonsillitis, typhoid, warts, brain damage, massive head injuries, stimulates body’s production of white corpuscles (immune builder), expectorant. Used in commercial fragrances: Old Spice™ (Shulton), Cinnabar™, and Youth Dew™ (Estee Lauder). • Application: Diffuse, topically, orally, incense. • Frankincense oil is found in: Gathering™, Humility™, Inspiration™, Awaken™ Forgiveness™, Harmony™), Exodus II™, 3 Wise Men™, Abundance™, Acceptance™, Brain Power™,Trauma Life™, Valor™ What do you think Of Frankincense?

22 Sacred Frankincense (Boswellia Sacra )
“ Sacred Frankincense essential oil comes from the Boswellia sacra frankincense tree and is distilled at the Young Living distillery in Oman. Sacred Frankincense is ideal for those who wish to take their spiritual journey and meditation experiences to a higher level. “ Young Living website Boswellia Sacra induces Pancreatic Cancer Cell Death in cultures and...immune model

23 Galbanum (Ferula gummosa)
EXODU 30: “ And the Lord said unto Moses, take unto thee sweet spices, stacte, and onycha, and galbunum, these sweet spices with pure frankincense…. And make an incense” “ Galbanum was one of the four oils in the holy incense, which has been burned in Jewish temples for thousands of years in combination with myrrh, onycha and frankincense. “ Dr. David Stewart

24 Galbanum (Ferula gummosa)
• Ancient Uses: Holy anointing oils, various medicines, perfume, spiritually uplifting yet grounding, pain relief, spasms and cramps, diuretic. • Modern Uses: Abscesses, acne, asthma, chronic coughs, cramps, indigestion, muscular aches and pains, scar tissue, wrinkles, wounds, emotionally balancing. Monoterpenes reprogram cellular memory thus promoting permanent healing. Coumarins are antiseptic phenols with an earthy smell like freshly mown hay or grass. • Application: Topically, orally • Galbanum oil is found in: Gathering™ and Exodus II™ As you smell the oil – what are your thoughts?

25 Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
EXODUS 12:22 “Take a bunch of hyssop, dip it in the blood that is in the basin , and strike the lintel and the two sided posts” • Ancient Uses: Spiritually cleansing, help for focusing mind in meditation, purification from sin, addictions and destructive habits; various medicines, respiratory relief, decongestant, expectorant. Repeller of evil spirits During his last moments on the cross, Jesus was offered a sponge with sour wine extended with a fragrant branch of hyssop. Why hyssop? Crucifixion is death by slow suffocation as one’s lungs gradually fill up with fluid. Breathing the scent of hyssop may have been offered by ladies of mercy to those dying by crucifixion to help ease their congestion and provide some relief both physically and emotionally.

26 Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
• Modern Uses: Monoterpenes reprogram miswritten information in the DNA and thus promote permanent healing at a cellular level. Hyssop has been used to relieve anxiety, arthritis, asthma, respiratory infections, parasites, sore throats, cuts and wounds. Metabolizes fat, increases perspiration, detoxifying, and emotionally balancing. Lamiaceae is the same family of plants as many of the Raindrop Oils: Basil, Marjoram, Oregano, Thyme, and Peppermint. • Applications: Diffuse, topically, orally • Hyssop oil is found in: 7th Heaven Kit (White Angelica™, Awaken™), Harmony™, Exodus II™, Relieve It™, Immupower™

27 Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)
MATTHEW 2:11 “They saw the young Child with Mary His mother, and fell down, an worshipped Him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented to Him gifts: gold, frankincense and myrrh” “ Myrrh is the most frequently mentioned oil of the Bible (156 times). It is the first oil mentioned in the Old Testament (Genesis 37:25) and the last to be mentioned in the New Testament (Revelation 18:13). It was one of the first to be received by the Christ child along with frankincense and the last to be offered as he stood at the cross (Mark 15:35)” Dr. David Stewart

28 Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)
“Myrrh (Commipihora myrrha) has a rich, smoky, balsamic aroma that is purifying, restorative, revitalizing, and uplifting. It is a helpful aid to meditation, having one of the highest levels of sesquiterpenes available. Sesquiterpenes are a class of compounds that have a direct effect on the hypothalamus, pituitary, and amygdala, the seat of our emotions. Today, myrrh is widely used in oral hygiene products. Myrrh has an approximate ORAC of 3,193,813 (TE/L). TE/L is expressed as micromole Trolox equivalent per liter.” Young Living website Thoughts on Myrrh?

29 Myrtle (Myrtis Communis)
ISAIH “Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the briar shall come up the myrtle tree: and it shall be to the Lord for a name, for an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off.” “To the ancient Jews , the myrtle tree was a symbol of peace and justice as well as a source for a healing oil. In celebration of their freedom from Babylonian captivity and celebration of the new law of Moses, the Jews gathered branches of myrtle (Nehemiah 8:15)” Dr. David Stewart

30 Myrtle (Myrtis Communis)
• Ancient Uses: Religious ceremony, purification from ritual uncleanliness • Modern uses: Thyroid and general hormone balancer, soothing to respiratory system, decongestant, sinus infections, tuberculosis, colds, flu, coughs, bronchitis, asthma, skin conditions: acne, psoriasis, blemishes, bruises • Applications: Inhaling, rubbing on chest, diffusing, suitable for children • Myrtle oil is found in: Inspiration™, Endoflex™, Purification™, R.C. ™ Have you used Myrtle?

31 Onycha (Styrax Benzoin)
EXODUS 30: “And the Lord said unto Moses, take unto thee sweet spices, Stacte, and onycha, and galbanum, these sweet spices with pure frankincense…… and make an incense” “While onycha oil was used in the holy incense of Exodus 30, its modern uses have been extensive. It has a wonderful odor of vanilla because it contains vanillin aldehyde, also found in the vanilla plant” Dr. David Stewart

32 Onycha (Styrax Benzoin)
• Ancient Uses: Perfume, blended in holy incense, comforting, soothing, uplifting, an ointment to heal skin wounds. Used as a fixative. • Modern Uses: Stimulates renal output, used for colic, flatulence, constipation, and may help control blood sugar levels. Inhaled for sinusitis, bronchitis, colds, coughs, and sore throats. Soothing, used for dermatitis and skin wounds. Relieves stress when used in massage. • Applications: Inhaled, use in massage, applied directly in cuts and wounds it protects from infection and accelerates healing. • Available only in “Oils of Ancient Scriptures Kit” Do You Like Onycha?

33 SPikenard (Nardostachys Jatamansi)
SONG OF SOLOMON1:12 “ While the King sits at his table, my spikenard sends forth the smell thereof.” “It was an ancient custom to honor distinguished guests by anointing their head or feet with spikenard. Jesus was anointed twice with spikenard the week before he died. (Mathew26:6-7 and john12:1-3).“ Dr. David Stewart

34 SPikenard (Nardostachys Jatamansi)
• Ancient Uses: Perfumes, medicines, skin tonic, incense, mood enhancer, reduces anxiety. Heals scar tissue. One of the last oils to be received by Jesus before being arrested and going to the cross, perhaps to help prepare him for his ordeal. Applied as a “precious ointment” in combination with Myrrh. • Modern Uses: Allergies, migraine, nausea, cardiovascular support, tachycardia, relaxing, soothing, emotionally calming. Mood elevating. • Application: Applied to abdomen, on location, inhaled, on feet, on head. • Spikenard is found in: Humility™, Exodus II™ What do you think Of spikenard?

35 Rose of Sharon (Cistus Ladanifer)
Song of Solomon 2:1 “ I am the rose of Sharon, and the lily of the valley” “Also known as cistus, labdanum, and rock rose, this is not the traditional sweet smelling flower with the thorny stems we normally think of. It is a wild bloom that has grown on the Plains of Sharon, west of Jerusalem, for thousands of years.” Dr. David Stewart

36 Rose of Sharon (Cistus Ladanifer)
• Ancient Uses: Elevating moods, perfume • Modern Uses: Antiseptic, immune enhancing, neurotonic, aids in normal cell regeneration, calming to nerves. Monoterpenes reprogram cellular memory thus promoting permanent healings. Notice that the monoterpene alpha Pinene is also found in Myrtle, Galbanum, Frankincense, Cypress, and Spikenard and may be the principal component responsible for the reprogramming function in all of these oils. • Applications: Diffuse or use topically with massage oil. • Rose of Sharon is available under the name of “Cistus oil” and is an ingredient in Immupower™

37 Young Living Opportunities
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38 Young Living Opportunities
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