'I personally find frankincense to be a calming and soothing essential oil - although people react differently to essential oils therefore it is always worth doing your own research to see what works for you.
after a stressful day I often place one or two drops in a bath or I place one drop on a tissue which I can carry around (I find the aroma from the essential oil does last for quite a while)
I have found the essential oil from absolute aromas to be good quality for the price paid. I would buy this product again.' Eleri
The East African origin refers mainly to Somalian resin, but some of it also comes out of Kenya. Olibanum comes from the bark of the boswellia species, which is prompted to exude resin when incisionsare made in the bark. This oil is distilled in France from top quality resin. European distillation allows better control over production than oils distilled at source.
Frankincense has a smoky,woody aroma and is considered by many diverse cultures as the most spiritual and prized of all essential oils. Its classic use is for prayer or meditation as well as in skincare preparations. For aluxurious, nourishing facial moisturiser, blend 2 drops of Frankincense with 1 drop of Rose (preferably Otto) in 10ml of Evening Primrose or Borage oil and apply sparingly.
Try 2 drops of Frankincense and 2 drops of Bergamot in a burner or diffuser to help quiet the mind after a hectic day in the office. Alternatively blend the same oils in a teaspoon of Peach Kernel oil and add the blend toa warm bath.