Frankincense resin (Gum Olibanum)- Boswellia Papyrefera

Scientific Name : Boswellia Papyrefera
500 grams
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5 KG
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Boswellia papyrifera is a species of tree native to Ethiopia and other parts of East Africa. The resin extracted from this tree is commonly known as Gum Olibanum or Ethiopian Frankincense.

Gum Olibanum from Boswellia papyrifera has been used for centuries in various cultural and religious practices, as well as in traditional medicine. It is often burned as incense for its aromatic properties and is highly valued for its distinct and pleasant fragrance.

In addition to its use in incense, Gum Olibanum has also been used for its potential medicinal properties. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antimicrobial properties. In traditional medicine, it has been used to treat various ailments such as respiratory issues, joint pain, and digestive disorders.

Gum Olibanum from Boswellia papyrifera is known for its high-quality resin, which is prized for its purity and fragrance. It is collected by making incisions in the bark of the tree, allowing the resin to exude and harden. The hardened resin is then collected and processed into various forms, including tears, powders, and essential oils.