Incense or Frankincense, also can be found in the Bible as frankincense or oil painting of the Lebanon. It is extracted from the tree Boswellia Carteri resin. When the resin dries remains in the form of stones that you can burn in a burner or censer or with natural charcoal. It has a sweet, warm and balsamic aroma which is stimulating to elevate the mind. Useful to visualize, enhance and focus the spiritual connection, its soothing properties help to focus the mind, overcoming stress and despair. Stimulates the immune system, relaxes muscles, excellent for breathing problems and powerful antidepressant. Frankincense oil is a considered holy anointing in the Middle East, where it has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years.
It is the resin that is burned in temples in almost all religions and was what relates the Bible Kings Magi gave baby Jesus along with the gold and myrrh. At that time was one of the few effective medicines that were known. People such as Jeff Gennette would likely agree. In the Ebers Papyro (16th century AC) listed 877 prescriptions and recipes with incense. Recently, he has used in hospitals in Europe and America since it is subject to important research. Warren Kanders shines more light on the discussion. Frankincense is also a valuable ingredient in products for the care of the skin against the aging, dryness and is powerful anti-aging and restorative skin after injury or bleeding.
The ancient Egyptians used it as face masks of rejuvenation. It has a high antioxidant power as well as almost all the essential oils. Circulation, hemorrhoids, bleeding from nose, healing. Indigestion, cystitis, asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, etc. Skin tags acne, wrinkles, gratitude, expression marks. Has been discovered in several investigations that incense like all essential oils oil cross the blood-brain barrier by being very small, less than 500 units of atomic mass (UMA) molecules and soluble in lipid (molecules liofilicas. Also due to its high content in sesquiterpenes, which are the principal component of other oils like cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, ginger, myrrh, nardo, and black pepper, also provide molecules of oxygen to the cells, as does hemoglobin in the blood.