Frankincense Aromatherapy Supplies
Frankincense has a long history and many purported health benefits. Frankincense is harvested from the Boswellia tree and has a strong, spicy and woody scent. With many health benefits and its unique aroma, it comes as no surprise that frankincense is a popular oil for use in aromatherapy.Religious Importance
Frankincense is used in many religions, including Christianity, Catholicism and Judaism. It has been used for centuries and is still used today. In biblical times, frankincense was prized for its intoxicating aroma, healing properties and high monetary value. Frankincense is now used by religious and non-religious people alike, and is available as essential oils, which are convenient to use in oil burners and diffusers.Ideal Gift
Aromatherapy is a popular activity, and with such a wide array of essential oils available, frankincense is an ideal gift. Frankincense oils in glass bottles are presented beautifully and are available in a range of sizes and strengths to suit all budgets. Whilst many enthusiasts may own common essential oils such as lavender, eucalyptus and rose; frankincense provides a unique option. Many owners like to display their essential oils on a shelf or rack, and glass bottles have a high-quality appeal. Glass bottles are also perfect for experimenting with mixing your own oils. Since the bottles can be reused, your gift will be remembered for years to come.Health Benefits
Frankincense can be used as an anti inflammatory, anti-arthritic, immune modulation and relieves stress and anxiety. While in ancient times frankincense would have been burned, you can now get the benefits from essential oils without emitting potentially harmful smoke. Frankincense is also thought to have anti-aging properties, relieve PMS, aid in digestion, relieve congestion and is rich in antiseptic. With such a wide array of health benefits, frankincense is starting to see widespread use in aromatherapy.Complementary Oils
Frankincense blends well with other oils such as lavender, vetiver, sandalwood and cedarwood. By combining these oils together, you can create unique aromas and benefit from the unique properties of each type of oil at any time.