Antiseptic, purifying and grounding. probably the most sacred and unmistakable ingredient of incense burning rituals. So famous that in many cultures boswellia is actually called “incense”. Its resin is used both internally as medicine for cough, sore throat and cleansing, and externally applied on wounds and bruises. Its smoke calms the spirit and elevates perception. strengthening.
Origin: desert highlands of southern ethiopia, near the region that saw the dawn of homo sapiens.
Form: natural golden resin that hardens upon contact with air and sunlight.
Aromatic notes: sacred and inspiring. divine top notes of lemon and citrus followed by a sensual bouquet of deep rich honey and resin.
Size: 26.5 x 6 x 1.5