I collect, dry and powder the Frankincense Royal Green Hojari Resin Extract after I distill the essential oil. Devoid of water-soluble gum, it dissolves easily in warm carrier oils, waxes and alcohol.
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The resin extract adds a soft fragrance to cremes, salves and medicated oil and releases a lovely rich fragrance as solo incense material in incense blends.
Most Frankincense types will not blend homogeneously with oils and waxes in their natural form as an oleo-gum resin. However, when all water-soluble gum is removed, they dissolve quickly in warm vegetable oils and waxes, becoming a perfect base for making Frankincense oils, salves and cremes.
Separated from its gum using water and no harsh solvents, Frankincense Royal Green Hojari Resin Extract is a pure resin composed mainly of pentacyclic and tetracyclic triterpenes, including the alpha and beta Boswellic acids.
These triterpenes and other valuable compounds are not naturally found in the essential oils of Frankincense or the water-soluble gum portion. They are too heavy to come over in hydro or steam distillation and are exclusively found in the resin and resin extract.
Frankincense has been used in Ayurvedic, Unani, and Traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds if not thousands of years.
Frankincense Royal Green Hojari Resin Extract makes a clean-burning, fragrant incense material that can be used alone or with other aromatics. Devoid of water-soluble gum, it melts completely and burns cleanly with no charring.
Medicated oils can be blended at a 1:3 to 1:5 ratio, yielding approximately 3-5 ounces of medicated oil from a one-ounce package.
It has a beautiful texture in salves and cremes, feels lovely on the skin, and has the fragrance profile of fresh resin. (Though not as intense).
It can be used in moustache waxes and beard balms to add firmness, tenacity (fragrance), and the effects of a day-long perm. For more information, see my recipe.-https://apothecarysgarden.com/2014/06/25/a-moustache-wax-recipe-with-frankincense-resin/
For more recipes and instructions on using the different kinds of Frankincense for medicine, incense, cosmetics and perfume please drop by my blog-http://apothecarysgarden.com or http://fairtradefrankincense.com.
For external use only.
Materials: Boswellia extract, resin, Boswellic acids, Beta Boswellic acids, AKBA, Salve base, Royal Green Hojari Frankincense.
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This is a collection of aromatic materials mentioned in the Old & New Testaments and in ancient Egyptian texts. I often get asked to translate biblical plant names and source the materials they mention. They are all here in this collection.