Zehav Shemen ® ™ Serum
Our Exclusive 50 days infusion recipe (7 x 7+1) This recipe was created in 1998 by Rivka Sari while in the Holy Land of Israel. The recipe is based on Biblical texts and Jewish writings of our Sages and Prophets. This recipe is taught to many of Rivka’s students in the learning of the Biblical Art of Ancient Shemen.
All our resins are “Holy Land Charged before being used to craft this infusion. The technique is deployed by taking sustainable wild harvested resource resins and placing them into a clay pot that is covered place in the garden of Rimon Farms in Israel for 18 (chai-life) days to allow the resin to soak up the life energy of the Holy Land. This is what we mean by “Holy Land Charged.” Then the resins are then infused into a carrier oil for 50 days or 120 days. The process takes 12 steps
Myrrh Resin- meaning bitter sweet/ master/ reign supreme
Frankincense Sacra Resin- meaning white/ purity
Negev Rose Petals- meaning vein clearing/ opens mind and heart
Kosher 24 kt Gold leaf – meaning become golden a pure light
Infused into Israeli FCO
About the infusion process:
This beautiful blend is Frankincense, Myrrh, Negev Rose petals and pure real Kosher 24kt gold leaf ( this is Edible gold metal free) infused together to create a lovely serum for skin, anointing, to use in a diffuser or wear as a natural perfume. Simply add a few drops of anointing serum onto skin massage in and watch the Golden oil gently soak in the skin quickly.
The Inspiration of this Special Blend:
Jewish sages say that if gold had a smell it would smell like Frankincense, Myrrh and Rose. Why?
Here is why Rose is said to open up the veins of the mind and heart. The Hebrew word for rose is וְרִיד and the root word of rose is ו – ר – ד which means vein. When the letter yud י is added it is the first letter of G-d’s Holy Name and so, therefore, it is G-d who opens the veins of the mind and heart.
Frankincense in Hebrew Levana means white or pure. The root word of Frankincense is ליבנת that means heat or heated. Gold is heated to be purified. Myrrh is the word מֹר which means bitter but it is also the word for Mr. or Master root. The master of the Universe causes Gold is heated to be purified so that it opens the Veins of the mind and heart. Finally, the word gold is דהב which means to become golden or pure light.
Precious gold was said to be infused into the anointing oil that Moshe (Moses) used for mental, bodily and spiritual purification. In the ancient times of our Jewish history, it was believed that gold in the body worked by stimulating the life force (blood cells) and raising the level of vibration on all levels. When smelled by our nose it boosts the brain to focus more clearly.
Gold was used for dentistry by both Egyptians and Israelites alike. It was common to drink Colloidal Gold. Today, medical uses of gold have expanded greatly. It is used in surgery to patch damaged blood vessels, nerves, bones, and membranes.
It is also used in the treatment of several forms of cancer. Injection of microscopic gold pellets helps retard prostate cancer in men. Women with ovarian cancer are treated with colloidal gold, and gold vapor lasers help seek out and destroy cancerous cells without harming their healthy neighbors.
Every day, surgeons use gold instruments to clear coronary arteries, and gold -coated lasers give new life to patients with once inoperable heart conditions and tumors.
Is it not amazing that our Creator appropriately named Gold in Hebrew. Amazing how it is said to smell like Rose, Frankincense and Myrrh.
Other benefits of Gold are the body’s temperature stabilizing mechanism is restored to balance with gold, particularly in cases of chills, hot flashes, and night sweats.
Gold has a balancing and harmonizing effect on all levels of body, mind, and spirit. It is used to improve mental attitude and emotional states. It has been reported to promote a feeling of increased energy, willpower, mental focus and libido.
According to many studies, gold increases mental acuity and the ability to concentrate. Gold is thought to strengthen mental function by increasing the conductivity between nerve endings in the body and on the surface of the brain.
Gold is an all-natural mineral that is non-toxic and exhibits no interactions with other drugs and is easily tolerated by the body.
The fabulous healing properties of gold are slowly but surely being rediscovered, as modern scientists and physicians uncover what the ancient Israelites seem to have known all along: That gold is indeed a very precious metal. Ever wonder why it was used in the building of the Holy Temple?
We have a very limited supply.
The Meaning of Numbers:
Twelve שתים עשרה can be found in 187 places in the Bible. The meaning of 12, which is considered a perfect number, is that it symbolizes G-d’s power and authority, as well as serving as a perfect governmental foundation. It can also symbolize completeness or the nation of Israel as a whole.
For example, Jacob (Israel) had twelve sons, each of which represented a tribe begun by a prince, for 12 princes total. Ishmael, who was born to Abraham through Hagar, also had twelve princes.
G-d specified that twelve unleavened cakes of bread be placed every week in the temple with frankincense next to each of the two piles that were to be made. The priests were commanded to change the bread before every Sabbath day began (Leviticus 24).
Eighteen שמונה עשרה in the Bible represents a new beginning, meaning a new order or creation, and ‘born again’ event when man resurrected from the dead into eternal life. When the land of Israel blossomed again when the Jewish people returned to the land of Israel.
There have been various mystical numerological speculations about the fact that, according to the system of gematria, the letters of chai add up to 18. To write 18 in Hebrew it is the letters Chet ח and the letter Yud י which is read in Hebrew as Chai. For this reason, 18 is a spiritual number in Judaism, and many Jews give gifts of money in multiples of 18 as a result.
Fifty חמישים can be found 154 times in the Bible. Its meaning is directly related to the coming of God’s Holy Spirit. Shavuot occurred on the day G-d told the Israelites they were to wave a sheaf composed of the firstfruits of their harvest (Leviticus 23:9 – 11). It is on this day that the count of 50 days to the Feast of Pentecost begins. Pentecost comes from the Greek word for fiftieth. In hebrew chamishshiym, the root word is chumesh the same word for bread which also means five that alludes to the five books of Torah.
Also known as the Feast of Weeks (shavuot) or the seasons’ Firstfruits, it was on this special Holy Day that G-d first poured his Ruach (Holy Spirit) upon 120 million Jewish people (Am Yisroel) who had gathered to keep the day at the foot of the mountain called Har Sinai.