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Frankincense, Carterii

Frankincense, Carterii

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  • Botanical Name: Boswellia carterii
  • Cultivation: wild
  • Origin: Somalia
  • Manufacturing Method: distilled
  • Part of Plant: Resin
  • Main Chemotypes: alpha- & beta-Pinene, Limonene, Sabinene, Myrcene
  • INCI: Frankincense Oil
  • Article No. 3010-5
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Description: This is the ‘classic’ frankincense with an undertone reminiscent of medieval churches while maintaining a lively vibrancy of interesting top notes.

USE: Today's cosmetics industry offers a number of products containing frankincense, as these are said to prevent wrinkles and blemishes and provide optimum care for the skin. Recipe: Face mask 1 tablespoon of healing clay 1 teaspoon of honey 2 drops of frankincense oil 1 drop of tea tree oil 6 drops of almond oil a little water Mix the ingredients in a bowl until a sludgy consistency is achieved. Then apply to the skin of the face and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse off with water and pamper your skin with your usual moisturizer. If you suffer from extremely dry skin, you can replace the healing clay with Greek yogurt and the tea tree oil with niaouli oil.

HISTORY:  In ancient Egypt, frankincense was described as a "substance capable of inducing a divine state." It was found in the tomb of the Egyptian king Tutankhamun, who died around 3330 years ago. At that time, incense was used to allow the soul to find its way back to the higher dimensions. The Roman Empire was also very fond of the sacred resin known as olibanum. A bowl of incense was found in almost every household to protect against evil, honor the gods, and remove unpleasant odors. Hippocrates, the most famous physician of ancient Greece, used frankincense to treat wounds, stomach and digestive complaints, and respiratory diseases. Indian Ayurveda has also been using frankincense for over 5000 years.
 It was revived as an Ayurvedic remedy by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in particular: The three magi from the East, who had come to see the newborn baby Jesus, brought incense as one of their gifts. For the Christian church, incense still symbolizes prayer ascending to God, worship, and purification.

General Information: Keep away from heat and sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.