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Welcome to the Oils of Shakan Blog and Vlog! Learn about Christian Aromatherapy from a biblical as well as a scientific perspective. God has created the incredible gifts of essential oils for our overall well being. Read about how God wants to bless you!

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“Getting wisdom is the wisest thing you can do! And whatever else you do, develop good judgment.”  – Proverbs 4:7 (NLT). In recent years, the aromatherapy world has exploded with the help of social media. Spreading the news about the treasures of essential oils that God created can be beneficial

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BlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomFrankincense & Myrrh

Did you know that God LOVES to hang out with us?  He is crazy in love with us, and LONGS for us to take time out of our day for us to bask in His glorious presence.  There are principles from ancient times that are applicable today to deepen our

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BlogChildren & Essential OilsFragrant Wednesday Wisdom

Bug Repellent with Essential Oils – Children & Safety Warning Enthusiasm without knowledge is no good; haste makes mistakes. – Proverbs 19:2 (NLT). Enthusiasm about the incredible benefits of essential oils is has been spreading! However, since essential oils have flooded the market, a lot of misinformation has been spread

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Biblical Oil BlendBlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomFrankincense & MyrrhScripture and Essential Oils

Have you ever wondered what it was like to be Mary, the Mother of Jesus? Like all mothers throughout the ages, she shed tears of joy and grief. Believe or not, there’s a correlation between the tears of Mary (the Mother of Jesus) and Myrrh — a correlation that can

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AromaStem: Wise & Awake {Essential Oil Roll-on}BlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomInhale Delight! Breath of Fresh AirScience and Essential Oils

Are you an allergy sufferer, or know a loved one who is? As flowers bloom and pollen fills the air, you may be thinking….tis the season for sneezing and wheezing. Think again. My friend Sandy didn’t have allergy symptoms last year for the first time in 35 years. The only

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Biblical Oil BlendBlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomScience and Essential OilsScripture and Essential OilsSpikenard

Can you imagine buying a gift for someone that was worth one year of your salary?  That’s what the woman did in the gospel of Mark 14:1-11. A woman came having an alabaster flask of very costly oil of spikenard. Then she broke the flask and poured it on His

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BlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomScripture and Essential Oils

Do you find yourself spending more time focusing on yourself or worshipping God?  I had a turning point in my life after I read excerpts from The Practice of the Presence of God, by Brother Lawrence, a 17th century monk.  Brother Lawrence attempted to make everything he did as an

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AromaStem: Eleos {Essential Oil Roll-on}Biblical Oil BlendBlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomScripture and Essential Oils

Have you ever considered combining incense or fragrant biblical oils into your prayer life? This is not a new practice. In fact, it goes all the way back to the time of Moses. The Lord instructed Moses in Exodus 30. 7 Aaron must burn fragrant incense on the altar every morning

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BlogFragrant Wednesday WisdomInhale Delight! Sunny DaysScience and Essential OilsScripture and Essential Oils

Do you want to dodge the cold or flu bullet? To help shield you from getting sick, add sunshine into your life with citrus essential oils. Many Americans believe that flu shots are a sure bet for preventing the flu. However, a naturopathic doctor informed me that she served many

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AromaStem: Eleos {Essential Oil Roll-on}Beauty & Essential OilsBlogFacial Moisturizer "At Night with the King"Forgiveness & Essential OilsFragrant Wednesday WisdomFrankincense Skin NourisherScripture and Essential Oils

Have you ever thought of Jesus as being your Valentine? As a single woman, there are many Valentines Day holidays that passed where I did not have an earthly Valentine. However, I LOVED the encouraging word that was given to me one Sunday at the end of a church service:

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