Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Yellowish free flowing liquid With Balsamic, typical olibanum odor.|
|:||Soluble in 90% ethanol and oils, Insoluble in water|
|:||0.8550 – 0.8850 @ 20°C|
|:||-15° to +32° @ 19°C|
|:||1.4580 – 1.4720 @ 16°C|
|:||Alpha-Thujene 55-70% , Alpha-Pinene 5-10%|
Plant Part Used
|:||Resin or gum|
DESCRIPTION:Obtained from the sticky milky white resin available inside the trunk of frankincense tree, the offered Frankincense Oil is the outcome of advanced steam distillation method. The tree of frankincense originally belongs to Middle East countries. This tree is notable for its light pink or white flowers and plentiful leaves having pointed shape.
CONSTITUENTS:Frankincense Oil is enriched with compounds like dipentene, octanol, alpha-thujene, alpha-pinene, resinous matters (30 - 60 per cent), terpenes ( that includes phellandrene, dipentene, a- and p-pinene and camphene), Ketonic alcohol (olibanol), octanol and alpha-pinene.
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:The base to medium note fragrance of Boswellia serrate (another name of frankincense oil) has distinctive spicy, strong and woody smell that has long lasting effect on individual's mind, although its smell is more gentle than the frankincense grown in Somalia.
BLENDS WITH:The aromatic frankincense essential oil easily mixes with other essential oils of Geranium, Myrrh, Basil, Bergamot, Chamomile, Vanilla, Ginger, Cardamom, Clary Sage, Cinnamon, Cedar wood and Coriander.
COMMON NAMES:Frankincense oil is also referred as Frankincense essential oil.
USES:Frankincense Oil is acknowledged for its unique medicinal attributes. Its diuretic, antiseptic, sedative, carminative and astringent properties are used to cure a number of ailments. It is also used to formulate tonic.