Skin Cancer – Frankincense and Other Essential Oils

Written by Webster Kehr, Independent Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. | Last updated on | Filed under: Cancer Articles, Types of Cancer

Skin Cancer – Frankincense and Other Essential Oils

Here is a testimonial for Frankincense Oil:

just wanted to share more about Frankincense. My Dad tried it for his COPD and was very surprised with the effects. We were talking about what he called cancer on his face and top of ears and he was saying that he’d have to go have it cut off again. I just mentioned that he try some of his Frankincense. It’s been about a week and half, and last night he started telling me how he was telling his friend that he had these things on the side of his face and on top of his ears. THEN, he said “I started putting my oil on them and one is gone and the other I can barely feel”…………………. he is starting to trust and believe in the oils………..He is a very cautious man so I was a little surprised he even tried it. Sometimes we just have to be patient.

I suspect this product is mainly used for skin cancers. Frankincense is also anti-inflammatory.

I have seen several testimonials for frankincense oil. Whenever you talk about “essential oils,” however, the FDA is currently harassing the #1 vendor of essential oils so I cannot currently mention their name. But they create therapeutic-grade essential oils, not the perfume-grade oils normally found in retail and wholesale distribution. However, the vendor also does not allow me to mention any of their members.

The first name of their company is “Young.” The second name of their company is “Living.” Just Google these two words as if they were the name of a company (surround the company name with double quotes) and then add: frankincense

(Note: Some health practitioners import high quality essential oils made in other countries.)

The current protocol for treating skin cancer is the following (using a 1/2 and 1/2 mixture of the two oils):

  1. Frankincense with Idaho Balsam Fir (3 days);
  2. Frankincense with Tsuga (3 days);
  3. Frankincense with Ledum (3 days);
  4. Frankincense with Lavender (3 days);
  5. Frankincense with clove, which may make the skin burn, so skip this step for cancer on the face (3 days);
  6. Frankincense with Sandalwood (3 days); 7) Repeat cycle as needed.

The exact number of times the oils should be put on the skin cancer is up to the patient and their situation, but may range from 3 to 12 times a day.

I have also seen a testimonial for a mixture of frankincense, myrrh and elemi, which all belong to the same botanical family (Burseraceae).

For a brief list of essential oils, see:
Info on Essential Oils

Supercharging This Treatment

Superficial skin cancer should be easy to treat with the products I mention above. However, for those with more severe skin cancer, which goes deep beneath the skin, a complete treatment plan should be devised using one of the complete treatment protocol articles.

An alternative cancer treatment should be a complete treatment protocol. Do NOT forget to study the complete treatment protocol for Stage I, II and III cancer patients and the complete treatment protocol for Stage IV cancer patients:
Treatment For Stage I, II and III Cancer Patients
Treatment For Stage IV Cancer Patients


Like many high quality health products, the product is sold through multi-level marketing.

Another excellent maker of essential oils is “Beyoung Essential Oils.” Here is their website:
Beyoung Essential Oils

Remember that these vendors cannot legally make medical claims for their products for cancer.

An excellent book on the use of essential oils is called: Essential Oils Pocket Reference, by D. Gary Young, and is available from major book sellers.