The Frankincense or Olibanum trees, with the scientific name of Boswellia Carteri, has its gum or resin extracted to produce the Frankincense Oil.
The main components of the Frankincense Essential Oil include Incensyl Acetate, Incensole, Octyl Acetate, Linalool, Bornyl Acetate, Actanol, and Alpha Pinene.
The oil has been found on remains of ancient Anglo-Saxon and Egyptian civilizations. It is also closely related with religious traditions and rites in the Christian religion.
The oil is effective as an antiseptic, meaning it has disinfectant qualities and can heal wounds faster. It can also eliminate germs and prevent infection from going into the body through its wounds.
It has been proven useful against oral issues such as mouth sores, cavities, toothaches, bad breath, and other oral infections. It is sometimes used as a natural toothpaste when mixed with baking soda, or a natural mouth was when mixed with water and peppermint oil.
It prevents gas from forming inside the body. It also gives relief from problems related to gas such as stomach aches, pain in the abdomen and chest, uneasiness, indigestion, and abnormal amounts of sweating, to name a few.
Frankincense oil can promote healthy digestion. It speeds up the secretion of digestive juices in the stomach and promotes healthy movement of food through the intestines.
The oil can keep the cells and tissues healthy by regenerating them. The oil has a poteng anti-aging quality. It can help eliminate dark spots, remove wrinkles, and tighten the skin overall.
The oil is a natural diuretic, which means it can increase the frequency and quantity of urination. This helps eliminate excess toxins from your body.
There are no known adverse side effects to the oil, but it should not be used during pregnancy.