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How to Burn Frankincense

Get your Incense Supplies Together.

Burning Frankincense on hot coals is the most ancient method, and the most rewarding method of burning incense.  This tutorial will guide you through a simple set of steps for lighting coals, selecting resins, and will include additional insights into the practice of burning incense. 465 more words

Of perfumes & gods: Olibanum in a flask

[~ 10 minutes]

Listening to: Irfan, In the gardens of Armida

{Spanish version can be read here}

Fire has fascinated us since the dawn of time. 2,787 more words

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15 Easy Steps for Infusing Frankincense in Oil.

Step 1:  Gathering your supplies and ingredients.

I am using fractionated coconut oil,and frankincense powder as my ingredients.  My supplies are a medium to large sized pryex glass measuring cup, a general measuring cup, frankincense powder, spoons, boiling pot, water, coffee filters, rubber bands. 720 more words

Frankincense - A Threatened Species

Content Copyright 2015. Kathy Sadowski. All rights reserved.

Frankincense (Boswellia sacra, B. frereana and other Boswellia species)

Also called Olibanum, Boswellia sacra, is classified as “Near Threatened” on the IUCN Red List (2015.2). 618 more words

Boswellia Sacra

Tapping into Frankincense and its Boswellic acids- an easy extraction method

How to isolate the resin and Boswellic acids from select Frankincense oleoresins with water

Lately, we have been hearing a lot about the anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer compounds found in the frankincense family. 2,133 more words

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