Frankincense brings up certain religious connotations to the western mind, they have been in active use as magical Incenses, religious tools, and for their healing properties since at least 1500BC. Resin Incenses are the top of the line in Incense burning. Using Incense charcoal as a base you can release the intense fragrance of these fine resin granules -- without the dilution or alteration of scent caused by a burning base or fixatives typical in man-made stick or cone Incense. Frankincense is one of the most valuable substances of history, used for meditation, protection, purification, and consecration by countless cultures. While Incense is the most common use of frankincense it can be used in many other ways as well and has some wonderful medicinal benefits. Frankincense is very versatile in it's natural form. It can be ground into a powder or melted to easily combine with other ingredients. 1.5 oz. tears.
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Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not ingest frankincense or use topically in high doses. Frankincense may interact with prescription blood thinners.
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