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September 29, 2019 2 min read

Reasons of Using Frankincense Incense

 

Frankincense is a shrubby tree that is native to hot, dry, desert climates. The resin of this fascinating plant — native to India, Oman, Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia — has been used for over 5,000 years. It has been highly regarded as a medicine, an aromatic perfume, and was once worth even more than gold.

 

Perhaps you are familiar with the scent of frankincense incense — often burned as incense in religious ceremonies. Or perhaps you are more familiar with the essential oil — sometimes it referred to as Olibanum. The oil is commonly used in aromatherapy for soothing chronic stress and anxiety, reducing pain and inflammation, and boosting immunity. 

 

Burning this incense is common in religious and spiritual rituals for purification, meditation, spiritual protection and to enhance spiritual development (psychic energy). The sweet scent is immediately calming and brings about a sense of peace and connection to one's soul and Source. 

 

With a rich, calming fragrance our Frankincense incense sticks are a wonderful addition to any room, as well as being a traditional component to many spells and prayers. As such, they are most of the times used in spells of protection, purification, and healing.

 

As per the Biblical tale, as recounted in Matthew 2:1-12, an infant Jesus of Nazareth was visited in Bethlehem on the eve of his birth by Magi bearing gifts of gold, frankincense. It was often burned as an incense, while it made its way into medicine and perfume.

 

Everything from the bark of the tree to the sap inside is fragrant, so frankincense is used as incense and perfume. Historically, it was also an embalming fluid—hence Hapshetsut's dogged interest in the plant. Also, it has religious value; it was melted to honor the gods and ward off evil spirits.

 

Frankincense has been linked to treatments for ovarian, breast, and skin cancers. The Studies are generally done in vitro, or on cells in a laboratory. No studies have been conducted on people living with this type of disorder like cancer.

 

 

Prevents heart disease: Frankincense has anti-inflammatory effects which may help reduce the type of inflammation common in heart disease. Promotes smooth skin, Frankincense oil is touted as an effective natural anti-acne and anti-wrinkle remedy.

 

 

How do you burn frankincense at home?

 

  1. Purchase some charcoal discs for burning incense.
  2. Set up a metal bowl or an incense stick or cone burner to place the charcoal disc on.
  3. Light the disc with a match or lighter.
  4. Set the disc in the bowl or incense burner you've prepared and let it heat up.
  5. Put a small piece of frankincense resin on top of the charcoal.

 

 


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