What Does The Bible Say About Using Anointing Oil?

God did give Moses a formula for a holy anointing oil shortly after the Israelite’s began the Exodus trek through the desert. It contained four essential oils known for their healing abilities in an olive oil base. Why do you think God chose these particular Biblical Anointing oils in

? What are their healing properties? Read on.

o Myrrh 500 shekels

o Cinnamon 500 shekels

o Cassia 250 shekels

o Calamus 250 shekels

o CBD (Cannabis Sativa) oil 1 hin

What The Bible Says About Anointing Oil

A shekel is about 12 grams or approximately a half an ounce. A “hin” was about a half a quart (16 ounces). In I Chronicles 9:30, responsibility for mixing and maintaining a supply of this holy blend went to the priestly caste-the Levites who were the descendants of Aaron. In Ecclesiasticus 38:4,8, they are referred to as “apothecaries,” “pharmacists,” or “perfumers” depending on your Bible translation.
“The Lord created medicines out of the earth, and the sensible will not despise them.. the pharmacist makes a mixture from them.” Eccles 38, 4,8.
This holy anointing oil was a specific blend for Biblical Anointing oils in

the dwelling, furniture and all those who dwelt in the home. The act of anointing thus rendered the home and its occupants holy which meant they were “set apart for God.” In a sense, God put his seal upon the people with this special oil. Many today believe that Moses used this aromatic blend to protect the Israelites from a plague utilizing Biblical Anointing CBD oils in


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Bible Scriptures On Anointing Oil

When the Scriptures are translated into English some of the nuances of language gets lost. That is the case with the word "anointing." The word 'anoint' in Hebrew is mãsah and it properly means "to rub or stroke with the hand" (Lev. 2:4). Literally, they would rub or smear the head or body with oil.

The objects of worship however were anointed by "sprinkling" nzh (Lev. 8:11).  And the high priest was anointed at his installation by pouring, yãsaq, the holy oil on his head (Lev. 8:12). The effects of all this anointing was to make them holy-to consecrate to the Lord. But it also confers on the recipient a particular character, the quality of 'being holy' that could be transmitted to others through contact. It created a special intimate relationship between the person and God. To be thus anointed with oil was a sign of great favor-of blessing and grace in both the individual and the people's lives. Moses was directed to anoint Aaron and his sons as a sign that they had been set apart in God's service. They were washed, and specially arraigned with sacred vestments of finest linen that were made with purple, blue and gold threads. And before all the people, they were anointed with God's holy oil, ordained and consecrated as God's chosen priests.

Anointing for the Kings Was a Very Significant Ritual for the Whole People of God

Literally, the oil was poured liberally over the king's head so that it ran down his beard and permeated his clothes. When the king passed by-you would smell him coming! The royal unction conferred a special character on the king as "Yahweh's Anointed." To curse Yahweh's Anointed merited death just as cursing God did. By his anointing the king received the spirit of Yahweh to enable him to fulfill the duties of his office. In actuality, the king was only Yahweh's representative and the anointing designated the king as Yahweh's vessel whose relationship with the deity was governed by the covenant. The anointing created an intimate relationship with God and brought the recipient into the divine sphere of holiness. The king became closely approximated to God. Since all life derives from the divine breath, so the king is the "breath of life" to his people. So this anointing was not just a ritual-it preserved the breath of life from illness and harm.

It is interesting to note that the Hebrew word mãsah is also the root of the term "Messiah." The New Testament was not written in Hebrew but in Greek. In Greek, the term that was used to refer to Jesus was "Kristos," or "Christ," which means "the anointed one."

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What The Bible Say About Anointing Oil

Are you looking for spiritual health? Here is a unique way that many have found helpful: anointing yourself with essential oils on a daily basis. Using essential oils will help to open you to the possibility of receiving God's favor-God's healing grace in your life. This kind of anointing is more than just putting oils into your bath water and allowing the aroma to release your negativity and open you to unconditional love. It is more than diffusing an essential oil into the room to create a sacred healing environment. And it is more than burning incense to lift up your spirit to the high places. Sacred fragrances are an honoring of the gift of God present in your daily life. God has blessed the earth with all kinds of plants for your use. When you take the very essence of the plants, the essential oils, and breathe them, rub them on your body or take them within, you are accepting the gift of blessing from God. It is through this kind of anointing that  is a reminder that God has placed a mark upon your heart.

Today those on a spiritual path recognize the healing properties of oil and create their own spiritual rituals for themselves and their families, anointing their bodies with these healing substances.  

Some Modern Ways of Anointing

  1. Anoint the energy centers like the brow or throat or heart as you call upon God to bless yourself or someone else with health and well-being. Some wonderful fragrances include balsam, neroli, frankincense or blends like Joy, Harmony and Abundance.

  2. Anoint and clear your meditation space and your healing space with oils. Any of the tree oils are good for this but especially balsam, sandalwood, and frankincense. Also blends like Awaken, Inspiration and Grounding.

  3. For massage therapists, incorporate the use of essential oils in massaging the body. Relaxing oils would be helpful like lavender, Roman Chamomile or blends like Peace and Calming.

  4. Anoint the linens, table and room before a healing session begins. One word of caution--make sure you are not using an oil that stains.

  5. Anoint the client's body, blessing and respecting the sacredness of the person. I particularly like to use blends here. Harmony, Valor, Joy or White Angelica.

  6. Diffuse a healing oil to cleanse and anoint the client's aura. Use light fragrances like lemon, orange, grapefruit, or bergamot.

  7. Anoint bath water. Are you in need of relaxation ro energy? Lavender, Roman Chamomile, or neroli might be just what you need. If its energyzing that you need, go for pine, rosemary, or juniper.