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How Does Frankincense Treat Orchitis?

According to the Bible, Frankincense is one of the three gifts given by the three eastern doctors when Jesus was born, and the other two are gold and myrrh. Frankincense, one of the essential oils commonly used, can provide a variety of health benefits, including helping relieve chronic stress and anxiety, relieve pain and inflammation, and enhance immunity.
 
All three existing classical medical systems, including traditional Greek medicine, Indian medicine and traditional Chinese medicine, include Frankincense as an important prescription in their Pharmacopoeia. However, its medical use may be traced back to the early Levant cultures.
 
Frankincense is extracted from the plants of the genus perseria - Boswellia Carterii, a tree species produced in India. It produces special compounds and has strong anti-inflammatory and potential anti-cancer effects. Frankincense can be sniffed, applied or absorbed, and is usually mixed with a base oil, such as coconut oil or jojoba oil.
 
It is believed that essential oils affect the nervous system by transmitting information to the limbic system of the brain. A little essential oil can be used all over the body, so there is no need to take a lot of it. Studies have shown that Frankincense has the ability to enhance immunity, which helps to defeat dangerous bacteria, viruses, and even cancer.
 
Researchers at the University of Mansour in Egypt conducted a laboratory study and found that Frankincense has a strong immunostimulatory activity. The antiseptic properties of this essential oil can effectively prevent gingivitis, halitosis, tooth decay, toothache, oral ulcer and other infections.
 
Today, its boswellic acid is considered to be a powerful inflammatory inhibitor that can be turned through the complement pathway, which makes many inflammatory-related diseases, including autoimmune diseases, become indications that can be treated with Frankincense.
 
A laboratory study published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology found that frankincense and myrrh essential oils are particularly effective against pathogens. The two essential oils have been used in combination since 1500 BC. When they are exposed to Cryptococcus neoformans and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and other microorganisms, they have synergistic and additive effects.
 
Animal studies have shown that Frankincense can also be used as a fertility promoting agent, which may be due to the chemical structure of the essential oil similar to that of steroids. When Frankincense was used in rats, it increased fertility, increased the number of implants and live fetuses, which indicated that Frankincense was likely to increase sperm motility and density.
 
Frankincense is used in traditional Greek medicine and Ayurvedic medicine. In these two systems, Frankincense is described as a prescription for drying, astringent and solidified symptoms of wet or Kapha (water form) of digestive, respiratory, and urogenital organs.
 

 
This is because the content of terpenes in Frankincense is high, and terpenes usually have a very strong anti-inflammatory function. Therefore, Frankincense Essential oil is very effective in the treatment of inflammation of the urinary system and reproductive system. Of course, aromatherapy mages often mix with other essential oils to enhance the therapeutic effect.
 
Frankincense has a calm and steady smell, which helps us to fall asleep naturally. This natural sleep helps to open up breathing channels, allow your body to reach the desired sleep temperature, and eliminate pain.
 
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You should know that Frankincense is very well tolerated, especially when compared with prescriptions. So far, no serious side effects have been reported. However, some people have adverse reactions to Frankincense, including mild rashes and digestive problems, such as nausea or stomach pain.
 
Frankincense is also known to have a hemodilution effect, so you should not use Frankincense for any coagulation related problems, or you should talk to your doctor first. Otherwise, Frankincense may weaken the effect of some anticoagulants.
 
Therefore, Frankincense can help to prevent and improve the symptoms of orchitis. However, because it is a single herb, its efficacy is limited and it can only be used as an auxiliary treatment. And some people may have adverse reactions to Frankincense, so it may be difficult to achieve the goal of cure relying on it.
 
Therefore, the patient might as well try herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which is made by Dr. Lee on the basis of the ancient herbal formula. It has the functions and effects of diuretic, clearing heat and detoxification, activating blood circulation and removing blood stasis, and killing bacteria.
 
It can play a stable and complete therapeutic effect on orchitis caused by a bacterial infection. Because of inflammatory stimulation, testis and epididymis are enlarged, tissue fibrosis, calcification, and the patient have swelling pain, but these symptoms and discomforts can all be reduced by Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill.

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