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Elemi- Young Living


The name elemi comes from an Arabic phrase, meaning “as above, so below.” This helps us to understand the action on both the emotional and spiritual planes. Because of the similar properties and uses, it has come to be known as the “poor man’s frankincense.” Historically, the ancient Egyptians used this oil as part of their embalming process and in the Philippines, it was used to address skin conditions and bring respiratory support


Aromatically, Elemi helps with nervous exhaustion and stress- it helps to bring the mind, body and spirit into alignment with each other. Psychologically, it is balancing and strengthening. This oils is used for skin health, respiratory support, skin healing,  and tissue rejuvenation

💕 IDEAS FOR USE – TOPICAL/ AROMATIC (non- Vitality™) 💕

  • Apply to Vitaflex points or on location as needed
  • Add a few drops to several cups of water and bring to a boil.  Transfer to a ceramic bowl, pace a towel over your heat and “tent yourself” over the steam vapors. Inhale deeply for 5 minutes
  • add a few drops to your favorite moisturizer to rejuvenate and tone the skin
  • dilute when applying directly to the skin- apply to scars or sun damage
  • rub a few drops over the stomach to soothe digestion
  • Add a few drops to your favorite wrinkle cream or serum
  • Diffuse for respiratory comfort
  • Add a few drops to your bath for a stress- busting soak
  • Apply over fractures to help encourage healing


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  • Other Spices
  • Frankincense
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  • Myrrh
  • Rosemary
  • Sage



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