Frankincense resin is harvested from trees of the genus, Boswellia. There are four main species of trees that produce Frankincense. These trees are a precious resource and the resin needs to be harvested with care. This particular Frankincense from Oman, is harvested in the traditional way from the Boswellia sacra tree. Frankincense is a sacred scent that has been burned for centuries in churches, temples and mosques not only for its aroma but also its antimicrobial properties.
For external use only.
Hand harvested in the mountains of Colorado, these beautiful smudge sticks are a combination of Artemesia (Great Western Sage), juniper and flowers.
Our Sandalwood powder is ethically harvested from Australia. When burned as a light incense, it imparts a welcoming aroma that has many uses including protection, relaxation, and meditation. Topically, Sandalwood has been used as a soothing anti-inflammatory, making it a...
Copal is a resin, deriving from many different trees, that is in an intermediate stage of hardening. It's texture is somewhere between the gummier resins and the hard fossilized amber. This particular Copal is black in color and is harvested...