Fig Seed Oil 15ml –RARE
Ficus Carica Fig
Containing nothing but pure, 100% organic fig seed oil, produced by cold pressing in order to retain all the beneficial nutrients of the plant intact, this ficus carica oil is suitable for use as a carrier in combination with aromatherapy essential oils and other ingredients. Carefully packaged in blue cobalt glass bottles, it promises to retain all of its original freshness and potency until the very last drop.
Much Like Prickly Pear it can be used on it’s own as a serum for face and skin. This oil is a bit costly simply because it is rare and hard to produce. Extremely beneficial for dry, dull or unruly hair, this fig seed oil will deeply moisturize your hair and restore its lost vitality, giving you that beautiful, luscious hair and frizz free look.
Other Benefits of fig seed oil:
Protects the eyes, preventing macular degeneration, Reduces the risk of heart disease
Promotes the proper functioning of the liver and kidney, Prevents oxidation and cell damage , Greatly improves the quality of the skin, Helps to eliminate toxins from the body, Excellent natural anti-inflammatory, Strengthens nails and hydrates hair, Decreases and regulates blood pressure, Helps develop a healthy pregnancy.
The fig tree as a metaphor for Israel
The fig tree is also symbollic of Israel itself – It often symbolized the health of the nation both spiritually and physically . Hosea 9:10 says,
“When I found Israel, it was like finding grapes in the desert; when I saw your ancestors, it was like seeing the early fruit on the fig tree.”
Later, the Bible tells us of the glorious time when
“Judah and Israel lived in safety, every man under his vine and his fig tree, from Dan even to Beersheba, all the days of Solomon.” (1 Kings 4:25)
Later still, following the minor prophets we can see warnings to the nation of how God would bring destruction and failure of crops as part of his judgement against them, specifying empty fig trees that were stripped bare and fruitless. (Joel, Habakkuk and Haggai)
It’s almost as if the fig was something of a barometer of the health of the nation – taken away as punishment, and flourishing in times of restoration.