Biblical Oils

Essential oils have been documented throughout history including in Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and the Bible.  The oils that are spoken of in the Bible are not the diluted, synthetic versions that we find in grocery stores today.  These were the ordinary medical means used by the Jews and Gentiles in ancient times.  Essential oils or the plants that produced them are mentioned 36 out of 39 books in the Old Testament and 10 out of 27 of the books in the New Testament.  The healing oils of the body are different than “olive oil”.  The oils mentioned in the Bible, such as Frankincense, Myrrh, Sandalwood/aloes, and Balsam are very high in sesquiterpines.  This class of oils carries oxygen, repairs DNA, protects DNA from breaking down, directly stimulates the pituitary, thymus and amygdala (where memory and emotions are stored).  Many of the biblical oils are highly anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-tumoral.  The following is a list of the biblical oils and some bible references for your study.

Aloes/sandalwood  John 19:39

Cassia  Exodus 30:24 (part of the Holy Anointing Oil)

Cedarwood – Known as the “Oil of gladness”  Psalm 45:7

Cypress -Isaiah 41:19

Frankincense – One of the gifts to baby Jesus

Galbanum -Exodus 30:34

Hyssop – Psalm 51:7

Myrrh – Mentioned over 150 times in the bible!  Esther 2:12

Myrtle – Isaiah 55:13

Onycha – Exodus 30:34

Rose of Sharon/Cistus -Song of Solomon 2:1

Spikenard – John 12:3


Look for  Biblical oils are that are Therapeutic Grade and certified safe as food additives, check individual labels for supplement information.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and this information is for educational purposes only.  It  is not the intent of Pure Home and Body LLC to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.


2 Responses to Biblical Oils

  1. Deborah November 19, 2016 at 12:50 pm #

    Do you have a brand you would suggest that would have the Biblical blend in food grade?

  2. Valarie Crockett April 11, 2017 at 8:50 pm #

    100% Pure Theraputic would work as food grade. Just research it please.

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