GALBANUM (Ferula galbaniaflua, aka Ferula gummosa): May assist in supporting kidneys and aid as an anti-microbial. Has been beneficial for abscesses, acne, boils, and cuts. It is anti-viral, anti-microbial, antiseptic and analgesic. Aids scar tissue, inflammations, wrinkles, tones skin, mature skin, circulation. Used for asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, chronic coughs, rheumatism, muscular aches and pains, cramps, indigestion, nervous tension, diuretic, restorative, tonic, may strengthen and support the whole system. Alone its frequency is low, but when combined with oils, such as Frankincense or Sandalwood, the frequency changes drastically.
Alone, GALBANUM has a low frequency; however, when combined with other SHeMeN/oils, such as FRANKINCENSE or SANDALWOOD, the frequency changes drastically.
Scripture: 1 time in Exodus 30:34 - 38. A favorite oil of MoSHeH/Moses. An odoriferous resin used in the Holy/QaDoSH incense and in the Tabernacle during sacrifices.
Ancient Uses: Holy anointing oils, medicinal, perfume, spiritually uplifting yet grounding, pain relief, spasms, cramps, diuretic.
Modern Uses: Used for abscess, acne, asthma, chronic coughs, cramps, indigestion, muscular aches, scar tissue, wrinkles and wounds. Monoterpenes reprogram cell memory which promotes healing. Coumarins are antiseptic Phenols with earthy smell like fresh mown hay or grass.
Emotional Influence: Balances emotions.
Application: Topical and oral.
Descriptor: Stimulates liver, aids digestion, decongestant, alkalizing, anti-coagulant, sedating.
EcoCultivated: Iran or Turkey
Found In: CoHeN, OUT OF EGYPT, HaDaSsaH