About Frankincense Frereana Resin
Frankincense frereana resin, golden yellow and crystalline, produces a rich aroma with layers of lovely citrus and intriguing spice. In Somalia, frankincense frereana is known as Maydi or the "king" of all frankincense. Burning frankincense resin contributes to a purifying and inspiring atmosphere.
Tribal people of Somalia harvest these resin tears by hand from trees growing wild along their rocky coast. Proceeds from this resin go to support social development programs within their communities.
Frankincense shines in ritual, prayer, and meditation. These resin tears, blending spiritual healing powers with an intoxicating fragrance, belong to the treasured botanical family of sacred scents. Fumigation with frankincense has the dual effect of disinfecting public spaces and elevating the spirit.
Frankincense is an oleo gum resin which functions as protective and defensive support for the tree. It has long been used in a paste to relieve bodily discomfort as well as to increase the skin’s healthy circulation and beauty.
How To Use Frankincense Resin:
Burn this incense in a Traditional Bowl Burner using the Japanese Incense Charcoal to light the resin. Or easily customize your incense burning experience with our Electric Incense Burner and its adjustable temperature setting:
Other Ways To Use Frankincense Resin:
- Powder frankincense tears by grinding them in a mortar and pestle. Add a small amount of powdered frankincense to your tooth brushing powder or paste (you can also add it to your oral swish or pulling oil) for enhanced oral health.
- Enrich your massage oil with powdered frankincense to provide soothing comfort to an aching body.
- Add a pinch of the ground powder to your DIY facial masks for beautiful skin.
Safety Considerations for Frankincense Frereana Resin
The information on this website is not intended to diagnose or prescribe for any disease or health condition. Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use this product without first consulting a licensed healthcare practitioner. The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.