Anointing Oil

Anointing Oil

The Original Anointing Oil, “Oil of Messiah,” was first prescribed for the High Priest of the Temple, known as the Kohen Ha Gadol. The high priest of the Temple of Jerusalem, Israel, was instructed to put the Anointing Oil on himself before he blessed the children of Israel. Later the Anointing Oil was also used by the Kings of Israel to anoint prophets. Nowadays, we use oil to symbolize a priestly, regal, and higher self, allowing us to connect and identify with G-d.

The Bible gives careful instructions on how to make up the oil; see the Bible Exodus 30:23-25.  The Bible recipe instructs by parts, known then as shekels. Olive Oil mixed with myrrh and a hint of cinnamon is used to make up the Oil. These original ingredients make it authentic biblical Anointing Oil with its original biblical scent. This amazing blend stimulates your sensory nerves giving you a spiritual and uplifting experience. Straight from the holy land, the oils are pure organic essential oils grown in rich Israeli soil.

A very close friend of mine who is a Christian living here in Israel once mentioned that she wished she could access the original scent of the anointing oil used by the Kohen in the holy temple of Jerusalem. My friend speaks about Israel in many churches throughout the USA and Europe. She told me that she wished she would be able to surprise the pastors with a pure anointing oil made in Israel by a Jewish person.

The Anointing Oil

As a Naturopath and a Jew of Kohen descent, I realized that I could actually help her. After consulting with some Rabbis, we could locate the original ingredients. This Anointing Oil, the Oil of Messiah, combines a unique blend of a sweet and earthy scent. This recipe from G-d is designed to help us grow into our higher selves.

The benefits of this oil blend are prayer, meditation, and blessing.

Original recipe as used by the Kohen in the holy temple.

Oils are all organically grown and produced in the holy land.

The scent of this anointing oil gives the sensation of biblical times.

Scent instructions were written very specifically in the bible.

Methods of use are to:

Place a couple of drops on your palms and pulse on your wrist as needed, much like perfume.

Simply smell it out of the bottle whenever you feel the need.

Use as incense with an incense bowl.

Anointing Oil, Oil of Gladness, Rose of Sharon

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