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Botanical Name: Boswellia or Olibanum


Boosts Skin
Benefits the Respiratory System


Aroma: Resinous, Spicy, Earthy.
Another ancient oil, Frankincense is derived from the Boswellia Tree, where the bark is incised and the gum is collected after it solidifies. It boasts many therapeutic qualities.
Frankincense - Aroma
With its origins in the Middle East, Frankincense was in the Ancient Egyptian spotlight due to its aromatic properties. It was used in skin care preparations and as part of the embalming process. It is said that Cleopatra drenched the sails of her ship in Frankincense to create a dramatic entrance! It was also used as an incense in China, India and the West. It was also used by Persians in Medieval times for medicinal purposes not only to fumigate the air but treating skin problems and arthritis. Its skincare, meditative and medicinal properties are still in demand today.

Frankincense - HistoryBENEFITS
- Relaxing
- Boosts Skin
- Benefits the Respiratory System

Can Frankincense Create Calm?
The complex components in Frankincense gives it the ability to soothe the nervous system, yet also uplift the spirits, increase energy and assist concentration. This is why it is so beneficial for meditation as well as when feeling overtired and stressed. It has been shown to reduce heart rate and high blood pressure as a result.
Frankincense - Relaxing
What are the Skincare Benefits of Frankincense?
Frankincense has tonifying and rejuvenating properties, reducing redness and irritation while giving a more even skin tone. Its astringent qualities help to increase the elasticity of the skin and reduce scar tissue. This also helps to treat mature skin and boosts the appearance. The structure of the oil lends to its potency in wound healing and helping reduce the appearance of dark spots.

Frankincense - Skincare

How Does Frankincense Help the Respiratory System?
The astringent properties are also beneficial in treating the mucous membranes, soothing them and helping to relieve congestion. Soothing inflammation, Frankincense helps ease breathing and helps provide relief from sinusitis and coughing. Its cooling action provides relief from lung heat issues such as asthma, bronchitis and other lung conditions.  

Frankincense - Respiratory


Aromatherapy – Add drops to your diffuser to promote focus and relaxation.
Massage – Dilute in a carrier oil for a restorative treatment. Use as a chest massage to soothe coughs and lung conditions.
Bath – Add to a dispersant and benefit from the deeply calming properties and restore positivity.
Skincare – Add to a base lotion or carrier oil to tone and even out skin.
Candles and Soaps – Suitable as a middle note for blends.    

frankincense - Applications



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