Probably best known because of the Nativity story, Frankincense is derived from the resin of a tree called Boswellia serrata and other species of the same. Dried Frankincense is used in numerous ways, including the manufacture of perfume and aromatherapy. Frankincense is thought to be non-toxic, but when using natural herbs for therapeutic purposes, even organic herbs, prudence and caution is called for.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy.
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Latin Name: Ethiopia: Boswellia Papyrifera, India: Boswellia serrata
Common Names: Olibanum
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