Healing Praise Anointing Oil….
A beautiful marriage between Balm of Gilead and Yadah.
JOY – RESTORATION – WHOLENESS
You have turned for me my mourning into dancing;
You have put off [a]my sackcloth and clothed me with gladness,
12 To the end that my [b]glory may sing praise to You and not be silent.
O Lord my God, I will give thanks to You forever. Psalms 30:11-12 NKJV
Then he broke through and transformed all my wailing into a whirling dance of ecstatic praise! He has torn the veil and lifted from me the sad heaviness of mourning. He wrapped me in the glory-garments of gladness. How could I be silent when it’s time to praise you? Now my heart sings out, bursting with joy— a bliss inside that keeps me singing, “I can never thank you enough!” Psalms 30:11-12 TPT
Yadah Anointing Oil, you will enjoy the fruity, sweet, and floral scents of Lotus, Geranium, and Jasmine. The complex warm, and inviting scents of vanilla, cinnamon, and cocoa. Let us not forget the beauty of the woody, earthy, and herbal scents of rosewood, cedar wood, helichrysum, and mountain daisy. All these oils are perfectly balanced and not overpowering. Yadah Anointing Oil is sure to take your soaking or contemplative prayer times to new dimensions. Diffuse to use during your times of praise and worship, and the room will be filled with complete beauty.
The Hebrew word “Yadah”, literally means “to hold out hand”.
To give Praise, Thanksgiving, and Adoration to God.
To willfully throw your hands up to praise, to make confession, to give thanks.
To worship onto God.
To lift up ones voice in thanksgiving – to tell forth and confess His greatness.
Balm of Gilead Oil – infused cold pressed extra virgin olive oil, balm of Gilead buds (populous candicans), and vitamin E .
This Balm of Gilead Oil is hand made at our facility. Infused for several weeks using low temperature heat.
A natural, sweet, resinous, woody, and balsamic smelling oil
Soothing emotional issues, tension, stress, anxiety, and can help with sleep issues.
Known to have the following properties anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and antimicrobial.
This balm, is referred to many times in the Bible one example is in Jeremiah 8:22.
(Genesis 37:25, Ezekiel 27:17, Jeremiah 8:22, Song of Songs 4:1, Song of Songs 6:13, 2 Sam 5:22-25, 1 Ch 14:10-17, and James 5:14)
Some people may experience allergic reactions to the resin that is used to create balm of Gilead oil, which is due to the presence of salicin in the balm. Salicin turns into salicylic acid while inside the body, if you are allergic to aspirin avoid this oil