Frankincense Boswella Rivae resin 1 oz
100% Natural, Rare, and very high quality-Container not Included
Origin: Ogden Ethiopia (reliable sustainable source)
Storage: Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.
Holy Land Charged™ Resins
Supply is very limited
The very heavy fragrant resins were placed in an Israeli made clay jar in Israel for 18 days in a dry, cool place to absorb the energy of the Holy Land of ISRAEL and it is then packaged for market or distilled by traditional method in Israel for it lovely Essential oil. This process is what we call “Holy Land Charged” Resins. This gives our resin higher energy and frequency for healing.
Uses: Burning for Incense, Maceration/ Infusion in a carrier oil for skincare, and medicinal use. Soak in water for a mouth rinse for gums. Crush for lotions, creams, and salves. There are so many ways to use it.
Biblical texts: Exodus 30:34-38, Leviticus 2:15, Leviticus 5:11, Leviticus 24:7, Song of Solomon 4:6, and Song of Solomon 4:14 It was one of the ingredients in the holy Ketoret incense, burned daily by specially trained and G-d ordained priests from the Mishkan Tabernacle in the desert to Solomon’s Mighty Temple in Jerusalem the Capital City of Israel.
Frankincense is truly a resin of kings. In Jewish/ Ancient Hebrew tradition Frankincense was used in the Holy Temple service, was used to anoint Kings and Priests and is said to be one of the ingredients that will anoint the Moshiach upon arrival, Ancient Israel Frankincense was used for many medicinal purposes and was macerated/infused into olive oil or Jojoba oil for anointing oneself after the use of Mikvah (ritual purity cleansing) and healing purposes. Frankincense was found in many perfumes and healing recipes that were passed down for generations. In the Christian tradition, it is said Frankincense resin was presented to baby Jesus by the three wise Magi from Egypt and it was most likely Boswella Rivae
Frankincense Boswella Rivae has been used traditionally for thousands of years as an incense to cleanse the home, sanctify The Holy Temple, and sacred spaces. This Frankincense Tree grew in Israel and parts of the Middle East. Both the essential oil and oleoresin of Frankincense Rivae are ingredients in traditional Bakhoor incense mixes across the region of Ethiopia. Scholars believe that this Frankincense was introduced to Queen Sheeba by Israel’s King Solomon.
It is believed by many Bible Scholars that this maybe the rare frankincense trees that grew in Israel and now is being revived by KIBBUTZ KETURA, ISRAEL – Seven years after her success in sprouting a 2,000-year-old date palm seed found on Masada, botanist Dr Elaine Solowey of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies has done it again.
One of the most important ancient production facilities of this oil was found east of Bethlehem at the oasis of Ein Gedi on the shore of the Dead Sea. The Song of Songs mentions the fragrance of the perfumed trees growing at Ein Gedi, which was known as “Arugot Habosem”.
Traditional uses are Analgesic, Anti-anxiety, Anti-arthritic, Anti-depressant, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-microbial, Anti-rheumatic, Anti-spasmodic, Astringent, Calming, Carminative, Cicatrisant, Digestive tonic, Diuretic, Emmenagogic, Expectorant, Immune support, Sedative, Tonic, Wound healing
When made into a oil by distillation or maceration it blends with: Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cinnamon Leaf, Cinnamon Bark, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Geranium, Ginger, Lavender, Mandarin, Myrrh, Neroli, Roman Chamomile, Rose, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Scotch Pine, Vetiver
This beautiful frankincense is hard dark brown almost grey concrete-black color, with some amber in the resins and has a fragrance of both spice and woodsy much like palo santo aroma, with a complex bouquet containing notes of citrus, smoky-sweet, balsamic honey-like, and spice. Producing an exquisite aroma when burned. This resin is often used for pain, nerves, hormonal, spiritual digestive, and skin issues. Rivae is especially prized for its skin rejuvenating properties and intense aroma.