A pleasant uplifting oil which restores the spirit.
Frankincense Pure Essential Oil 9mL
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Promotes calm and serenity in the body and mind.
Where does Frankincense come from and what is the method of extraction?
Frankincense, Boswellia carteri, is native to North Africa and cultivated in India. Also known as olibanum, this ancient oil is steam distilled from the dried “tears” of the tapped tree to produce a woody, incense aroma.
Is Frankincense safe to use for infants?
Yes, 1 drop of Frankincense may be vaporised well away from the cot after 3 months
Is Frankincense safe to use during pregnancy?
Yes, 3 drops of Frankincense may be vaporised or added to a weekly bath after the first trimester
Is Frankincense safe to use on my skin?
Yes, Frankincense may be massaged onto the skin once diluted in carrier oil. To create a massage blend, add 6 drops of Frankincense into 12ml of massage base oil.
Essential daily useI use this almost every day in my vaporiser and love the mood it creates in the room. I use it in a large open room so it is not too strong.
I started using it in a car diffuser - until my wife noticed and took it for her car!|
More uses than just vaporisingI use Frankincense for skin blemishes/conditions and it never lets me down. Yes it is expensive, but a very small amount goes a long way.|
Faithful frankincenseI bought In Essence frankincense oil for its therapeutic benefits, but I ended up using it in my vaporiser. I find it difficult to describe the scent of In Essence frankincense. It reminds me of pine, but it has an element of camphor or turpentine.
Frankincense has a surprising scent throw: when I was vaporising the oil and I was in an adjacent room, sometimes I could smell the scent. I found the scent a bit much on its own, so I preferred to use it in a blend with other oils.
Frankincense oil is expensive, so I suggest that you subscribe to the In Essence email list and buy it when their products are on sale.|