King of resins, Oliban incense, obtained from the Boswellia carterii, is the most frequently used raw material in room fragrances. It has been used in churches and other places of worship for millennia. Its sacred associations have given it timeless prestige and authority. Smooth and voluptuous, the resin releases a wonderful fragrance during burning, revealing unmatched soothing and relaxing properties.
Used part: resin
Origin: Eritrea, North-East Africa.
Instructions of use:
As fumigation in an incense burner or on embers. As alcoholic macerate to produce tincture and use in perfumery.