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OILS: Perfumed ointments were used by the Hebrews for cosmetic and medicinal purposes, as well as for preparing the dead for burial—no doubt serving as disinfectants and deodorants. Women took spices and perfumed oils to the tomb to use on Jesus’ body. (Luke 23:56; 24:1) In the Israelite home, greasing the feet of a guest with perfumed oil was considered an act of hospitality.(Luke 7:37-46) Research: oil -  Many references in the Bible and history of...  Jw.org

OILS: Perfumed ointments were used by the Hebrews for cosmetic and medicinal purposes, as well as for preparing the dead for burial—no doubt serving as disinfectants and deodorants. Women took spices and perfumed oils to the tomb to use on Jesus’ body. (Luke 23:56; 24:1) In the Israelite home, greasing the feet of a guest with perfumed oil was considered an act of hospitality.(Luke 7:37-46) Research: oil - Many references in the Bible and history of... Jw.org