Frankincense resin is edible and often used in various traditional medicines.
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Availability date: 01/30/2014
Hojari Frankincense is an aromatic resin obtained from trees of the Boswellia sacra which grows in the Dhofar desert of Oman. It is referred in the ancient times as liquid gold, and is also know as the pearl of the desert. Still today there is great demand for this fine frankincense from Oman. After extracting the frankincense liquid from the tree, workers pick the best pieces and separate the tears considered wonderful in appearance for its distinctive color, which tends to be from off white, a beautiful tan to a slight shade of green. These tears are normally some of the largest you will find.
Hojari can be used in drinking water to add aromatic fragrance to the water. It is also said to clean the air and kills bacteria that multiply in the throat and stomach. In Oman, this type of frankincense is burned in churches, temples and mosques to add aromatic fragrance and holy a feel. Also, wealthy people burn this frankincense in their homes to provide a feeling of luxury, especially when receiving guests.
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