Frankincense resin is a fragrant resin that comes from the Boswellia tree family, which originates from the Arabian Peninsula and parts of Africa. It has been used for thousands of years in various cultures for spiritual and medicinal purposes. Frankincense resin is commonly burned as incense, and its smoke is believed to have purifying and cleansing properties that can help clear negative energy and promote spiritual awareness and connection to higher realms.
Frankincense resin is also used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of diseases, including inflammation, pain and breathing problems. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, which make it useful in treating conditions such as arthritis and asthma. In addition, frankincense resin is believed to have antimicrobial properties, which make it useful in treating infections and preventing the spread of bacteria.
In medical use it is even used for skin problems, digestion and visceral diseases, and certain varieties can (and is recommended) be consumed by swallowing/drinking.
In Avraham Dahan's book 'The Talmud of Plants', it is written that smoke has a pleasant psychoactive effect that induces a feeling of light levitation. This is the most distinct biblical incense symbol that was used during offerings and sacrificial offerings. At the same time, it was also used in the preparation of medical decoctions for a wide variety of ailments. The frankincense resin was considered to be a link between the superconscious will and the wisdom sphere (the first intellectual power in the human consciousness).
There were days when frankincense was worth as much as gold - that's how good it is ;)
And now at your disposal - a few simple words about the frankincense. In all the ancient sources it is about using the local aromatic substances to purify the sacred space - the frankincense that grew at the time in the Dead Sea area was also used for the same purpose. From the purification of the space, the elimination of bad energies and harsh smells - came an improvement in mood and transcendence. Pleasant atmosphere and harmony. And those who already know know that the smell is special and addictive. Today there are about 19 different types of frankincense and each type has different qualities. In my incense I use several types. There are incenses that I combine several types and there are incenses that I put in one type.
A little tip, for those who want to make incense with frankincense - it is recommended to freeze it so that grinding is easier.
My incense is always 100% natural and contains 100% love.