Natural Remedies for Cancer Prevention & Recovery: Frankincense

Also known as boswellia, frankincense has been used for thousands of years as a powerful healing resin that comes from the frankincense tree. In addition to reducing inflammation, boosting immunity and reducing anxiety, frankincense is a powerful natural treatment for cancer.

Frankincense has the compound AKBA (acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid) which research has shown to kill cancer cells in many types of cancer including breast, colon and prostate cancers as well as difficult to treat cancers such as ovarian cancer.

Of course natural remedies are meant to supplement, not replace, the care plan from your oncologist and other doctors. While there are no known side effects of using frankincense aromatherapy or topically (diluted by a carrier oil such as jojoba), always check with your doctor.

How to Use Frankincense Essential Oil 

Place a drop or two of frankincense essential oil in an aromatherapy diffuser, and diffuse throughout the day. If you don’t have a diffuser, simply place a drop of the essential oil in a shallow bowl or glass of water next to you.

Ayurveda for Cancer Prevention & Recovery

If you are recovering from cancer or are interested in natural, healthy prevention strategies, join me for a special 6 week course starting May 24. I have only six spaces available, so contact me soon at suzannemorganyoga@yahoo.com. I’ll offer a wonderful support group where you’ll learn how to address calming the fear around cancer, best nutrition plan to boost your immune system, how to facilitate proper daily detox and more.  Schedule a free 30 minute health strategy session with me here. 

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