Ingredients Guide


Elevates the soul to higher realms of awareness

Frankincense oil seems to kill some types of bacteria and fungi (yeasts).

Frankincense is a hardened gum-like material (resin) that comes from the trunk of the Boswellia tree. People use its oil on the skin and in aromatherapy. 

It is commonly used as a fragrance in soaps, lotions, and perfumes.

The main component of frankincense is oil (60%). It contains mono- (13%) and diterpenes (40%) as well as ethyl acetate (21.4%), octyl acetate (13.4%) and methylanisole (7.6%). The highest biological activity among terpenes is characteristic of 11-keto-ß-acetyl-beta-boswellic acid, acetyl-11-keto-ß-boswellic acid and acetyl-α-boswellic acid.

Medicinally Frankincense is used both externally and internally as:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Soothing and treatment for IBS
  • Lung and airway support and clearing
  • Joint pains and systemic inflammation 
  • Inhibitor for tumors (anti tumor effects)
  • Soothing for cuts and burns, psoriasis
  • Analgesic, pain relief
  • Calming for mind and body
  • Assisting in the healing of broken bones, and torn ligaments
  • Improves skin elasticity, reduces wrinkles
  • Healing of skin blemishes
  • An important source of vitamin c
  • Elevates the soul to higher realms of awareness 
  • A guide to travel through dimensions
  • Incense- to clear energies from a space and set a new intention

We use around 18-24 types of frankincense resin, mainly from Oman, a strain called ‘Hojary’, known for it’s very aromatic, and highly medicinal value:

Also, strains from Yemen (harvested once a year), Somalia, India, Israel.

Serrata, Carterri, Royal Red, Frerrena, Socotrana, Coastal, and others. 

It’s loyal brother is the Myrrh tree, which produces a sticky resinous material as well, known for similar medicinal benefits as frankincense.

We use 6 types of Myrrh: Yemen and Somalia and others:

The value in using the entire resin vs only essential oil, provides  a wider scale of medicinal components available to us.

I use these resins as an extraction into olive oil (ingestible) and Jojoba oil (topical- serums), in the following formulas:

The Bee honey blend, The Duo- Immune boost tinctures, Sacred C tincture, Cognition oil blend, Immune Essentials

And topical:

Serums- Empress & Nomad

Perfumes: CedarOud & RoseOud