Description: Serrata Frankincense Essential Oil Indian – is known as a common ingredient in Ayurveda: one of the oldest healing practices in the world. It grows freely in India, parts of North Africa, and Central Asia. Among the species of Boswellia, oil extracts from B. Serrata are the most commonly used for medicine and have been broadly studied for use in treating arthritis, joint pain, bronchial asthma, and ulcerative colitis. They’re also considered a better alternative to synthetic NSAID drugs. Serrata Frankincense Essential Oil is renowned as one of the most valuable and precious essential oils. It has gained a solid reputation in aromatherapy, particularly for its strength in relieving chronic stress, anxiety, and depression. Frankincense is distinguished among medical practitioners as an effective immunomodulator. It can strengthen a weak immune system and prevent illness from creeping in, while also relaxing unpleasantly active immune systems that overcompensate with severe allergic reactions every time a foreign substance enters the body. When inhaled, applied to the skin, or used internally, the regulatory effects of Frankincense can help to cure acute and chronic autoimmune disorders, such as arthritis, ulcerative colitis, bronchial asthma, and Crohn’s disease. Frankincense is also commonly used in bath water to decrease muscle aches and remedy inflammations caused by infection or injury.
Botanical Name: Boswellia Serrata
Plant Part: Resin
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation.
Odor and Appearance: When fresh, frankincense essential oil is light yellow, with a mildly sweet, woody, spicy and citrusy aroma.
Country of origin: India
Main Constituents: Alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, alpha-thujene, and limonene.
Common Uses: Common uses include its potential incorporation into skincare products for promoting the appearance of healthy skin, its use in aromatherapy to create a calming and meditative ambiance, its inclusion in massage blends to soothe muscles and promote relaxation, and its application in spiritual and mindfulness practices to enhance focus and tranquility. Additionally, it can be diffused to foster a serene and uplifting atmosphere.
Note: Base note.
Blends well with: Lavender, bergamot, lemon, sandalwood, myrrh, cedarwood.
Contraindications: Frankincense is very safe, especially when replacing prescription medications. It is among the friendliest oils to use, both topically and internally. That said, ingesting large quantities at once, can result in the oil becoming toxic. Some people have also reported adverse reactions to Frankincense, including mild skin rashes, and digestive problems like stomachaches and nausea. The blood thinning effects of Frankincense can be problematic to anyone with issues related to blood clotting, by encouraging bleeding and undermining anticoagulant medications.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*
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