For thousands of years, frankincense has been traded as a precious cultural asset, resulting in one of the oldest trade routes in the world for the valuable resin: the legendary Frankincense Route.
It stretches from Oman via Yemen to the Syrian Damascus. Traditionally, frankincense resin has been used for ceremonial incensing due to its pleasant scent. In Eastern Africa, the home of our premium frankincense resin, the aromatic resin found its way into various spiritual rituals.Interesting for Science: Frankincense Resin & Boswellic Acids
Meanwhile, studies conducted in the West also point to the medical potential of frankincense for many different applications. Boswellic acids are found in frankincense dry extract, some of which are considered pharmacologically active components of the resin. Research into the anti-inflammatory effects of constituents in some incense varieties is in full swing – we are happy to share the latest results with you. You can find more below under active ingredients!
Important legal notice:The information given here refers to frankincense resin in general and not exclusively to our frankincense preparations. This also means that these effects have not been proven in detail for our products and are not transferable without being tested, as the various types of frankincense and the products derived from them may differ.