Frankincense Serrata-FRESH!-2021 Harvest-Boswellia Serrata-India-Ayurveda-Boswellic acids–For Incense, Medicine-Perfume

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This is an extremely fresh & Fragrant 2021 harvest of Indian Boswellia Serrata. It is a mix of silver, amber and green tears. The fragrance is stunning and fills the house! It has a glorious spicy-sweet smell that immediately distinguishes it from all other types of Frankincense.

We have not had Frankincense Serrata resin in the …

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This is an extremely fresh & Fragrant 2021 harvest of Indian Boswellia Serrata. It is a mix of silver, amber and green tears. The fragrance is stunning and fills the house! It has a glorious spicy-sweet smell that immediately distinguishes it from all other types of Frankincense.

We have not had Frankincense Serrata resin in the shop for over a year because the only grades I could find were of a quality I couldn’t sell in the shop. Some looked terrible and were made from low-grade material that had been processed into tear-like lumps, another batch had must have been sitting in plastic barrels and had absorbed an unpleasant aroma. Some I was able to return to the sellers and one shipment had to be returned to the earth with a thank you.

Boswellia or Frankincense Serrata is likely one of the most well-known and most-used types of Frankincense in the world. Also called Indian Olibanum and Salai in India, its traditional medicinal uses are well recorded.

Used extensively for hundreds of years in the Indian healing tradition of Ayurveda, Boswellia Serrata is considered an NSAID (or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug), causing little to no side effects or irritation compared to steroidal drugs. It is used traditionally to treat arthritis, osteoarthritis, inflammation of joints, bronchial asthma and recently has shown promise treating ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, tumours and causing apoptosis in cancer cells. Boswellia Serrata is also used in Ayurveda to treat diseases of the mouth, chronic skin lesions and ulcers, wounds, piles, diarrhea, jaundice and other hepatic disorders.

Many of the therapeutic properties are attributed to its Boswellic acid content, compounds it shares with Frankincense Papyrifera from Ethiopia and Frankincense Sacra/Carterii from Oman and Somalia.

Growing from India up through Punjab and into Pakistan, Frankincense Serrata is used extensively as an incense and incense ingredient in local rituals and ceremonies. It’s distilled essential oil has a warm amber-like spicy fragrance that acts as a heart-to-base note in perfume blends.

Frankincense Serrata is also used in traditional Chinese medicine. Extracts and capsules of B. Serrata are widely available on the market and commonly found on health food store shelves.

Like most types of Frankincense, when burned as incense, it helps cleanse a space and create a sense of sacredness. Frankincense is ruled by the Sun from an astrological point of view, is calming to mind and heart, helps raise one’s spirits, and is said to generate heightened feelings of spirituality and well-being.
Excellent for preparing tea or powder and other products, it does not lend itself to chewing as pleasantly as Frankincense Sacra, Royal Green Hojari or Frankincense Carterii

For information on using Frankincense Serrata for incense, cosmetics and medicine, please see my blogs at apothecarysgarden.com.
Dan

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