Frankincense resin (Gum Olibanum)- Loban Mujarwal Boswellia Frereana

Scientific Name : Boswellia Frereana
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Boswellia frereana, commonly known as Frankincense Frereana or /Mujarwal/Maydi, is a species of tree native to the arid mountains of Somalia and the neighboring regions. It is one of the several species of trees that produce frankincense resin.

Gum Olibanum derived from Boswellia frereana is highly valued for its unique aroma and therapeutic properties. The resin is extracted by making small incisions in the bark of the tree, allowing the sap to slowly ooze out and form droplets or tears. These tears are then collected and processed for various uses.

Boswellia frereana produces a high-quality frankincense resin known for its citrusy, spicy, and slightly woody fragrance. It is often described as having a refreshing and uplifting scent. The resin is commonly used in incense, perfumes, and aromatic products.

In addition to its aromatic properties, Gum Olibanum from Boswellia frereana has been used for its potential health benefits. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and analgesic properties. In traditional medicine, it has been used to support respiratory health, promote relaxation, and relieve pain and inflammation.

Boswellia frereana is known for its unique growth patterns and appearance. The trees have a distinctive umbrella-like shape with sparse branches and thick, corky bark. The resin tears produced by Boswellia frereana are typically smaller and more elongated compared to other frankincense varieties.

As with any natural product, it is important to ensure the authenticity and quality of Gum Olibanum derived from Boswellia frereana. Obtaining it from reliable sources and using it in appropriate ways can help maximize its potential benefits.