- Nourishing effect on dry and mature skin
- Soothing and stress-relieving effect
- Anti-inflammatory effect
Incense is a resin (or, more preferably, an oleo-gum-resin) harvested from small scrapes made on trees of the genus Boswellia – frankincense trees. Frankincense trees grow mostly in Asia and Africa. The incense trade reaches back millennia – incense was worth as much as gold. The incense use in religious rites dates back to Ancient Egypt. A long-standing tradition of its application has been maintained in modern aromatherapy as well. Despite its longevity, this sweet talker ages gracefully. In fact, it is becoming wiser and more highly revered, and not planning to retire anytime soon. Indian frankincense essential oil has a sweet, warm and woody scent, and is popular both in aromatherapy and in the fragrance industry.
Indian frankincense essential oil is used in a variety of remedies for a broad range of benefits, and has multivalent applications. In balms and creams, it has a nourishing and moisturizing effect on dry and mature skin. It will also help you breathe better – just apply it onto your chest as a rub and take a deep breath. Make use of its warmth to fight everyday stress. Indian frankincense essential oil will relieve tension and boost your mood. Just a few drops in the diffuser or aroma lamp will suffice and make a difference. The knowledge and wisdom of this oil have a soothing effect. If you are searching for a holistic approach, this oil is your go-to.
Country of Production: Croatia
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Wild
Extraction Method: Steam-distillation of gum resin
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