Pure Sacra Sacred Frankincense Essential Oil - 10ml
Boswellia Sacra that has been hydro-distilled in the UK.
SacredFrankincense (Boswellia Sacra) is considered to have a superior medical profile, as well as a higher therapeutic and aromatherapyvalue than other grades of Frankincense. This essential oil is 100% pure, undiluted, natural and distilled in the United Kingdom under careful supervision.
PLEASE NOTE: This frankincense oil is pure, natural and very concentrated, we advise you to test the oil on your skin first to see how you react to it and we also advise you to mix the oil with a carrier oil to avoid any adverse reactions.
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Hidden within the rare Boswellia trees is the precious Frankinsence resin, obtained through a traditional process of tapping the branches. This resin has been used since ancient times for numerous purposes including meditation, healing and prayer.
Frankincense is such a precious, sought after commodity it has been valued more expensively than Gold.
During its 5000 year history, the ancients travelled far and wide to find this precious resin, along what has become known as the 2600 mile frankincense trail.
PureSacra Frankincense oil is of the highest caliber, sourced directly from the farms with no middle men. Puresacra products are ethically sourced with the workers being paid a very generous salary, ensuring their well being. The communities are also supported to help improve living conditions and provide help with medical and educational needs.
Frankincense has been used since ancient times to support many ailments. It is know to have anti-inflammatory, anti-tumoral, immune-stimulant, anti-depressant, digestive, anti-anxiety, calming, skin rejuvenating and muscle relaxing properties. It stimulates the limbic system as well as the hypothalamus, pineal and pituitary glands. It is a strongly anti-viral, anti-oxidant, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-septic and expectorant oil.
Frankincense has the ability to relax and revitalize at the same time.
Frankincense is of great interest to today's scientists. There are around 500 papers currently available on Pubmed talking about these findings.