Tree Of Life

Also see EO protein shake and parasite blend and elixir of life

Oil aka 'Release Oil'

Recipe

For 10% dilution, adjust if dilution required is different.

Base (828 drops)

Alternative Base (900 drops)

Volatile - 100 drops per oz to 10%

Testing

Make without rosemary, lemongrass, citronella to test for allergy. Add one at a time with testing.

Balm 60% eo, 20% base, 20% thickener

Notes

Serum

More research needed

Annointing oil and incense research

I think cassia (qiddah) might actually be ginger as it looks shriveled dried and qadad means shriveled or bowed down. But it could just as easily be cassia since that curls like a person bowing down. Myrrh kills h pylori which causes a campylobacter overgrowth which is countered with ginger. So to me, ginger would make sense to be at the same level as myrrh in a recipe.

Also calamus might actually be lemongrass [31].

So my thought is:

Anointing oil recipe

2 part myrrh 4753 liquid 1865

1 part cinnamon 7076 sweet 1314

1 part calamus 7070 sweet 1314 (MAOI)

2 part cassia 6916 (MAOI) (or possibly ginger)

2 part olive 2132 oil 8081

Incense recipe

1 part galbanum 2464 resin sweet 5561

1 part acacia gum 5198 (DMT) sweet 5561

1 part labdanum 7827 resin sweet 5561

1 part frankensence 3828 resin pure 2134

Plant based sebum mimic [32]

Semisolid

This is solid at room temp so may want to instead use lauric from coconut instead of palmitic from palm oil.

Liquid adaptation

Substitutes most Palmitic acid for Lauric

New version

Research

Sebum is 57% triglycerides 25% wax monoesters (jojoba) 13% squalane 3% cholesterol esters 2% cholesterol [33].

To prevent graniness from crystalization of saturated fats like stearic acid in butters, it might help to use shorter chain saturated fats like 12:0 (lauric) and 14:0 (Myristic) and/or use the aformentioned mixed with any higher length like palmitic (16:0) or stearic (18:0). 12:0 is found primarily in palm kernel oil [34] and coconut oil, both contain mostly lauric and some myristic fats [35]. Nutmeg butter is the best source of myristic acid at 75% [36], Kombo is a good source at 62% [37]. Fatty acids, melting points, and graininess [38]. Stirring until setting helps [39]. Softisan 378 (caprylic, capric, mystiric, stearic mix), keeping shea to 10% or less [40] and poly-glyceryl-3-beeswax [41] (adds hydrophilicity). Green tea wax [42] has esters and might be of help as well. Article by a supposed expert [43]. Lipex which is shea modifiec to have water solubility probably for hydrogen bonds to keep things situated [[https://aakpersonalcare.com/lipex-shealight-rewarded-with-sustainable-ingredient-award/

Artificial sebum recipe [44].

Sitosterol seems to be plant based cholesterol [45].

Blueberry seed oil [46] green so might counter sea buckthorn red color and/or blue tansy essential oil or increase german chamomile. Blueberry seed oil has 1:1 omega 3:6 and could be drop in replacement for sea buckthorn seed oil [47] [48].

Blueberry oil contains 0.58% sterols and 1.5 omega 6:3 ratio [49]. Strawberry similar.

Strawberry seed oil [50].

Sea buckthorn seed oil especially CO2 has a good amount more sterols than berry seed oils [51].

Jamaican's add the ashes to their castor oil to raise the pH [52]

Omega 3 like EPA and GLA stop conversion of arachadonic acid [53].

Hemp seed oil is also green to counter the redness of sea buckthorn.

Chlorophyl is oil soluble and should be able to be added to the oil for a green color. Extraction [54] probably could use eucalyptus oil.

Avocado and olive have oleic but avo double sitosterol [55] [56].

Moringa 73% oleic acid [57] known as "tree of life".

Moringa 1.8% sterols [58].

Hemp composition and over 1% sterol [59]. Or might be under 0.3% [60].

Sea buckthorn fruit and seed oil composition [61] known as holy fruit of the himalayas [62].

linoleate (omega 6 from flax) higher in prepubertal might protect from acne [63].

Baobab oil palmitic 24% stearic 5% oleic 37.5% linoleic 27.5% phytosterol 0.5% [64].

types of waxes [65] [66].

Jojoba native uses [67].

Bisabilol is an alcohol [68] and as such will enhance cannaboid absorption.

Calendula essential oil contains 25% alpha cadinol. This kills mycobacterium TB which is rare in an eo, usually I just use eucalyptus.

Buriti richest source of carotene [69].

Pumpkin seed oil has 2g/L phytosterols [70].

Discussion on the components of human sebum [71].

Kiwiseed oil 60% ALA [72].

Chia about 0.3% sterols [73].

composition of argan oil [74].

Moringa holds essential oils very well [75].

Sea buckthorn fruit oil [76]. Palmitoleic acid 16:1 from sea buckthorn oil [77] as well as around 1.5% plant sterols [78] [79]. Fruit oil contains carotenes. Sea buckthorn oil composition about 80% palmitic and palmitoleic for fruit and 1:1 omega6:3 in the seed [80].

Sapienic acid protects against staphylococcus whereas palmitoleic does not [81]. This is probably the reason palmitoleic is not used as much in skin. But it probably causes acne [82].

Rice bran oil tocotrienol vit e alt [83].

Pomegranate oil is anti-inflammatory [84].

Sitosterol might be highest in coconut, olive, and avocado oils and the composition of many [85].

Cottonseed oil pretty good source of palmitic, oleic, and linoleic [86]

Powder

5g Potassium Citrate

3g Garlic

4g Slippery Elm

4g Yarrow

3g Wakame

2g Ellagic acid

1g Tribulus extract

1g Gynostemma extract

3g Ginger powder

2g Broccoli seed powder

3g cranberry

3g astragalus

3g dandelion

Possible

mustard (no dogs)

Potassium citrate

Ginger powder

Tribulus extract

Gynostemma extract

Garlic powder

Dandelion powder

Ginko biloba powder

Marshmallow powder

Astragalus powder

Tumeric powder

Comfrey leaf powder

Notes

olive oil and blackseed cause tiny bit of sensitivity in me, none of the other base oils do.

Exodus 30 hebrew interlinear [87].

Argan oil highly moisturizing [88] probably from the pretty well balanced fats and unique sterols [89] [90]. Total sterols pretty low at only around 0.2% [91].

Broccoli seed oil like a natural silicone mostly 22:1 fatty acids [92].

Meadowfoam also contains lots of long chain fatty acids mostly 20:1 [93] [94].

Pomegranate seed oil has a very unique composition, not sure what it would be good for.

Oil cleansing using 10% castor [95].

Coq10 in oil [96]

Blue Chamomile strongly inhibits PGE2 [97] so even 1 drop at 10% of the composition (or 10 drops at 1%) can cause respiratory depression.

Anti-inflammatory essential oils including Turmeric and Helichrysum [98] CBD and CBG anti-allergenic [99]

Tyrrhenian Helichrysum found to have better active compounds [100]. Both Helichrysum and Turmeric essential oils contain Arzanol [101].

CBD therapeutic potential [102]

CR1 for atopic dermatitis [103].

CBD via CR2 reduces contact dermatitis [104].

THC is agonist CB1, CBG is agonist CB2, and CBD "adjusts" (downward [105]) both CB1 and CB2 [106] [107].

In-depth cannaboids and skin [108]; basically agonists of CB1 and CB2 downregulate the immune system by causing immune cell apoptosis.

THC sensitivity is caused by PGE2 [109].

THC does a little more for CB1 than CB2. AEA and 2AG does much more for CB1 than CB2 [110]

CBD inhibits sebum production for acne [111].

H pylori linked to leprosy [112].

See this post for essential oils in wound care [113].

geranium vs parasites [114].

psycoactive compounds [115] in ancient israel [116].

Acacia sap DMT [117].

Acacia gum is sweet tasting [118]

Labdanum described as the sweetest smelling of all substances [119].

Kyphi recipe, has acacia gum and root! but missing labdanum [120].

Kyphi recipe, between these two references ( [121] [122] ) we have all the ingredients in both the Hebrew annointing oil and incense!

Egyptian incense recipes [123] [124] [125]

egyptian Jb incense male goat [126].

Labdanum is sweet [127].

Oilhuasca [128].

Changa smoked MAOI and DMT [129].

Dangers of DMT and why you need cinnamon and myrrh to kill pseudomonas [130]

Galbanum and labdanum quell anxiety [131] and are both similar resins [132].

Natural maoi's including coumarins [133] like those found in cassia [134]

Clove also maoi [135].

Citrus reduces mao and cholinesterase [136].

Erygium eo maoi [137].

Myrrh kills pseudomonas [138]

Ginger kills campylobacter which is upregulated when myrrh is used since myrrh kills h pylori also.

Trial and error extracting DMT from acacia [139].

Calamus beta asarone is an maoi [140] so it activates dmt from acacia.

Calamus essential oil is safe [141].

Geraniol potent mao-a inhibitor so citronella [142] also citral from lemogngrass is very similar [143].

Synergy [144].

Recipes [145].

Psychoactive ancient incense [146].

Trees of the bible [147].

Onycha [148].

Carcinogenic compounds alkenylbenzenes α-asarone, β-asarone, estragole, methyleugenol and safrole are all carcinogenic in rodents [149] and more [150].

Beta asarone (calamus) fights alzheimers [151].

Magellans voyage caphri's annoint themselves with coconut oil and beneaeed oil [152] (beniseed-sesame indicum)

Basil oil as an antidepressant [153].

Methyl chavicol might be responsible for basil effects and it is in essential oils tarragon basil and anise [154]. Cinnamon eo might be needed to activate [155] [156].

Basil cyp's needed and dissallowed for psycoactive effects [157]

clove and thyme for bumble bees [158].

More parasitic essential oils [159].

Essential oils for fish parasites [160].

In this study lemongrass and ginger best [161].

Non oils Lectins enzymes. Mannose may be helpful and fucose dehydrogenase, wga, sba (lectins) hyaluronidase, Glucosidase, hyaluronidase, h-galactosi- dase, trypsin, protease, lipase, phospholipase C, WGA, SBA and spermidine were effective in disrupting the chemo- kinetic behavior of this nematode. In the present study, we further examined effects of certain enzymes and lectins, on the chemokinesis of L3 larvae on the NaCl gradient. Treatment with l-fucose dehydrogenase at 10 U/ml, hyaluronidase at 10,000 U/ml, h-glucosidase at 40 U/ml, a-mannosidase at 4 U/ml or h-galactosidase at 2 U/ml significantly suppressed the migration of larvae to areas with a lower NaCl concentration, s https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hideaki-Kudo/publication/7872661_Strongyloides_ratti_Chemokinesis_of_glycolytic_enzyme-_and_lectin-treated_third-stage_infective_larvae_in_vitro/links/5a03d64f0f7e9beb1772fd60/Strongyloides-ratti-Chemokinesis-of-glycolytic-enzyme-and-lectin-treated-third-stage-infective-larvae-in-vitro.pdf

Cystiene proteases from latex https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2517378/

Comfrey and natural remedies https://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-health/comfrey-root-zmaz95djzjma

Ancient use of comfrey https://wiccanow.com/magickal-properties-of-comfrey/

Comfrey root used by pliny, leaf good but not as powerful as roots so it isn't just allantoin. https://pharmaceutical-journal.com/article/news/comfrey-ancient-and-modern-uses

Research Polyphenol, flavanoid, anthocyanin, tannin?

Oil causing discomfort bottom front teeth.

Lifespan research

Both fall, flood, and babel caused reductions in lifespan [162]. I think that flood caused infection with strongyloides. Also flood could have caused a change in atmosphere reduction in atmospheric pressure and lowered oxygen. Babel was a breakdown of civilization so hygiene. I'm not totally sure what happened from the fruit of knowledge.

Marketing

Strong but gentle. Therapeutic yet fun.

Important info: Please test one drop on a small area of skin to make sure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients. A warm or spicy feeling is normal but if itchiness or rash or other allergic type reaction is experienced it should be washed off and discontinue use and it can take up to 2 days to develop a reaction. Due to some of the ingredients like calamus, this cannot be intended for internal use, although the concentrations are very minimal and some decide to use it internally anyway. This has not been approved by the FDA to diagnose or treat any disease. Make sure to do your own research and make your own informed decision before any type of use.

Release oil is completely open source and was designed after many years of education, research, and experimentation into medicinal herbs and essential oils and how they interact with the body and with problem microorganisms. Formulated at 10% essential oils so it can be used in sensitive areas, it is designed as a "do everything and go anywhere" oil. Use it for anything from massage; to improving itchiness, squirming sensations, or inflammation; odors, wounds, or injuries; improving the skin; improving health; anointing for spiritual reasons and helping with and preventing sickness; anointing the head for opening the third eye; etc.

Release oil was actually designed to mimic the anointing oil in the bible exodus 30:22 which in turn mimicked Egyptian spiritual oils. In addition to using the same ingredients as the biblical anointing oil in roughly the same amounts, many other essential oils were added as well to serve even more uses. Instead of just olive oil as a base, a blend of many useful oils are used to balance the fatty acids. In the bible this recipe was used to anoint all over the head and body by the priests and an incense that may very well have contained psychoactive DMT (from acacia gum) was burned to receive inspiration.

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