I will give you all the components to make or buy independently the ancient Holy Annoiting Oil used for thousand of years to improve your health as restore your body. This was given to all humanity in the beginning by God so please take a note pad and write and research for yourself. Remember the 3 Wise men that came at the birth of Christ with Frankincense and Myrrh it was to make Gods Holy Oil. If you have questions please ask.
1. Indian frankincense
Boswellia serrata is a plant that produces Indian frankincense.
2: Myrrh , The Health Benefits of Myrrh Essential Oil
Ancient oil is prized for its healing and beautifying properties
3: Curcuma Longa (Tumeric) Root Extract
4: Black Pepper Exract
5: Extra Virgin Olive Oil
These in the proper proporortions will heal you as it was given by God many thousand of years ago. They are all inexpensive and easily available in most Drug Stores or health food stores. Research each of these and
No not in the Holy Bible that I’m aware of ,but, I would say if its legal wherever you are use it over xanax , valium or sleep aids such as Ambian and others. CBD oil is good for rubbbing on the skin around areas where you have arthritis. The CBD Oil, Its a THC free oil , so you don’t get ephoric or anything like that and its very very safe.
Found at ExodusError.com
The “exodus error” discovery by Dr. Benet says there was a loss of translation from Hebrew to Greek languages where it could change the entire meaning of the Bible.
The word that was mistranslated was “Kaneh Bosm”, where the two words “Kaneh” and “Bosm” would eventually be fused into one word “Kanabos”, which ultimately evolves into today's modern-day interpretation, Cannabis. From there, Pastor Andrew explains The Exodus Effect using Biblical references as comparing Adam and Eve's Cain and Abel to marijuana and hemp where Cain (the bad son) was marijuana and Abel (the good son) is hemp.
Furthering the conversation within the video, Dr. Benet claims hemp is a God-given herb and was used in holy ceremonies such as the Feast of Tabernacles but was mistranslated from Kaneh Bosm to ‘Sweet Calamus', which is all but a yellow desert flower with no medicinal properties.