Boswellian tree resin (resin) essential oils have traditionally been called frankincense oils. Frankincense is one of the most preferred essential oils we offer in the Fragrance House. It is an uplifting liturgical scent of incense, resin, resin, evoking associations with churches, as it is the frankincense resin that has been incense in churches for thousands of years.
The most luxurious essential oil in our francincense collection is derived from the resin of the wild sacred incense boswellia (Boswellia sacra) trees (also called resins). It has a particularly delicate and rich, mildly sweet smell. Arriving from the Arabian Peninsula, Oman – experts consider Oman's frankincense to be one of the best in the world.
Another famous place for growing Boswellia carterii is the east coast of Africa, so we have two frankincense oils from Somalia, and they are the most popular among our customers. One is distilled in the traditional way, the other is extracted. Obtained by advanced CO2 extraction, the essential oil contains 70-85% (the remainder is other bioactive substances), with high concentrations of alpha-pinene and other monoterpenes such as tujen, sabinene, beta-pinene, myrcene, limonene, in addition to sesquiterpenes and diterpene alcohols. Both of Somalia’s frankincens are a wonderful, recognizable, classic incense, resin, with a light conifer and citrus note.
The essential oil of Indian frankincense (Boswellia serrata) is currently obtained by traditional distillation of tree resin, and by advanced CO2 extraction with an essential oil content of 70-90% (the remainder being other bioactive substances). It is a valuable essential oil widely used in aromatherapy and cosmetics.
- Without phthalates
- From wild plants
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- For children during season change
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