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This or That: What Are the Differences Between Frankincense Essential Oils?

This or That: What Are the Differences Between Frankincense Essential Oils?

It’s difficult to pinpoint the main differences between the four varietals of Frankincense we offer. Many aromatherapists agree that though the chemistry differs between them, the benefits are very much the same.

The difference between each Frankincense tends to lie in their aromas. But rather than leave it at that, we’d like to delve a little deeper so you know which Frankincense to choose. Rooted in a rich history, and valued by myriad cultures, there is much to learn about one of EG’s most popular essential oils.

Frankincense Carterii

The most popular varietal we offer is our Frankincense Carterii essential oil. Besides its intoxicatingly smooth and relaxing aroma, Frankincense Carterii has a knack for charming users with its many therapeutic properties. This oil is high in alpha-pinene and other monoterpenes, making it great for immune support.

Frankincense Carterii has many skin benefits, able to reduce the appearance of mature skin and scars by repairing skin cells. The respiratory system can also benefit from Frankincense, as it helps remedy illnesses and aids in breathing. The aroma of Frankincense Carterii is what most people are familiar with, and it's commonly used in making natural incense and resin-burning. It has a deep, rich, grounding aroma which touts the ability to quiet the mind, support focus and encourage tranquility.

Frankincense Frereana

Though both Frankincense Frereana and Frankincense Carterii are sourced from the mountainous regions of Somalia, Frankincense Frereana is typically grown at a higher altitude, giving this oil a unique chemical makeup. This variety of Frankincense is high in pinene, thujene and cymene, making it a great anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antispasmodic and analgesic properties.

This Frankincense Frereana is your go-to for relieving inflammation caused by arthritis, swelling and allergies. It's also a good addition to local pain blends. What’s commonly notable about this oil’s aroma is its citrus-lemon top notes and earthy, resinous Frankincense heart.

Frankincense Sacra

Native to Oman, Frankincense Sacra is a gem of the Middle East. Not unlike most Frankincenses, Frankincense Sacra tends to thrive in precarious environments, like rocky, eroding slopes and chalky soil. Out of all four Frankincense varietals offered by Edens Garden, Frankincense Sacra has the highest amount of alpha-pinene.

When paired with oils high in limonene, such as Lemon and other citruses, Frankincense Sacra has been found to be highly antimicrobial. Containing high amounts of alpha-pinene also gives Frankincense Sacra the ability to act as an anti-inflammatory. Its aroma is pungent and strong, with a deep, earthy Frankincense aroma. You may pick up on some medicinal top notes and woody undertones when enjoying this rich Frankincense oil. If you love the aroma of Frankincense, you will truly appreciate the aroma of Frankincense Sacra.

Frankincense Serrata

It is believed that because it is the oldest documented Frankincense, Frankincense Serrata may be the Frankincense referred to in the Bible and Ayurvedic medicine. Frankincense Serrata is high in natural constituents called alpha thujene, alpha-pinene and limonene. These components belong to the monoterpenes chemical family, lending Frankincense Serrata to being a powerful antiseptic, decongestant and anti-inflammatory agent.

You may want to choose Frankincense Serrata when you’re in need of a deodorizer or air purifier. This oil is also commonly used for meditation and as anointing oil. The Frankincense resin from which it is produced is soft, sticky and rich in oil. Because Frankincense Serrata yields a higher amount of essential oil, it is less expensive than our other Frankincenses which don’t yield as much oil. Its aroma is sweeter and more delicate, with terpenic-pine top notes.

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Frankincense resin, from which the essential oil is distilled, is extracted by stripping the bark of a Frankincense tree. The resin then bleeds out a sappy, resinous substance, which dries to heal the tree. The tree itself tends to grow in rocky soil, and even in rocks to prevent itself from being uprooted during a storm. Frankincense continues to astound us with its amazing characteristics and abilities, which is why we’re proud to offer this oil in its purest form, sharing its benefits with everyone!

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Edens Garden

October 29, 2019

Hi Rudy! Oils that wouldn’t be suitable for topical use would likely be a fragrance oil or poor quality oil – in which case, we believe it’s best not to inhale either. Fragrance and poor quality oils don’t offer the therapeutic benefits people seek, and so it’s better to purchase a high quality essential oil. We’re able to guarantee our oils are 100% pure and high quality because they are all GC/MS tested and analyzed. These tests are available on each single oil’s product page under “Reports.”

With that said, all of our Frankincense oils aid pain and inflammation, but our Frankincense Frereana is perhaps the best for these purposes. Essential oils tend to work better for a purpose when blended with oils that offer similar therapeutic action. Blending all four of our Frankincense oils, or Frankincense Frereana with other anti-inflammatory, pain relieving oils would be a good option. Here is an article that discusses oils for inflammation: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/the-best-essential-oils-for-swelling

Rudy M

October 29, 2019

Hello
I am new at this and I have a few questions. Let me start by giving a little bit of background;
I google the best natural way to treat muscle and joint pain, I came across: frankincense. so I bought a bottle online, it worked great, but the second time around not so much. The oil was not as thick as the first time I purchase it. As I research more on the subject I found out, that there are 2 types of oils in the market: aromatic and cutaneous, as I understand it.
That’s why the second oil was so watered down and was not very effective, and to add to this, there are several types of Frankincense. By this point, I think you know what my questions are. :D
But here they are :) wich Frankincense would be the best for muscle, joint, swelling and pain?
Are your oils lean more towards aromatic use or cutaneous use? ( if both, how can I know I’m purchasing the right one?)

Thank you in advance for any answer given.

Edens Garden

September 25, 2019

¡Hola Lourdes! Todos nuestros aceites de Frankincense son adecuados para las imperfecciones de la piel, pero el Frankincense carterii puede ser el mejor.

LOURDES ASCENCIO

September 25, 2019

Buenas tardes

cual aceite me recomiendan para las manchas de la cara y la inflamación, me habían comentado que el de incienso, pero tienen 4 no se cual de ellos pueda funcionar o si me recomienden otro
gracias

Edens Garden

September 06, 2019

Hi Angel! It sounds as though your inflammation is multifaceted. This article may point you in the right direction: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/the-best-essential-oils-for-inflammation

Angel

September 06, 2019

I have a lot of inflammation in my body from asthma to arthritis to autoimmune disorders and skin problems. Which is the best oil for my situation?

Edens Garden

June 28, 2019

Hi Angie! That’s a great idea, and would create a synergistic effect amongst the Frankincense oils.

Angie

June 28, 2019

Would it be beneficial to mix all four frankincense oils together? My daughter has has sinus surgery and is not healing. Would it help her to defuse all four in her room while she sleeps. She is in her 20’s not a young child.

Ryan

June 24, 2019

Thanks Janice! I hadn’t purchased any essential oils from you in over a year due to the ever perplexing challenge but often dismissed by others when struggle is involved known as “earning a living” :) Anyways glad to be back in the essential oil mix :) Frankincense is one of my must haves :)

Edens Garden

June 21, 2019

Hi Janice! Thank you for your positive feedback! We appreciate you saying so 😊

Janice

June 21, 2019

I have over the years looking into the difference in the frankincense and all have a unique smell and only found one that is very soothing to my senses and this article did well in explanation of this oil!

Edens Garden

May 16, 2019

Hi Makayla! This may be referring to Frankincense Carterii or Sacra. You may also want to check with those putting out these resources you’ve found what they recommend.

Please check with your doctor and an aromatherapist before using essential oils in labor and delivery.

Makayla

May 16, 2019

Hi I’ve been doing lots of research on frankincense for labor and delivery. It’s supposed to be one of the best oils for pain and to prevent tearing and being calm etc. However I’m not sure which one they are talking about. Every article only says “frankincense”, but not which one to use…

Edens Garden

April 29, 2019

Hi Cmc! Frankincense carterii may be the most beneficial for what you’re looking for. Please keep in mind, it is not recommended to use essential oils directly surrounding the eyes. Our oils are less expensive than MLMs because we don’t have distributors or wholesale programs, but rather we sell directly to our customers. Many of our oils vary as far as being organic and how they were produced. You can find specific information about an oil from each oil’s product page. We do consider ourselves to be therapeutic grade, but this is our own internal standard for quality and purity. We do’t compare ourselves to other companies so we can’t give you an accurate differentiation.

Edens Garden

April 29, 2019

Hi Natalie! When it comes to specific medical conditions such as lipoma, we suggest working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

For keratosis pilori, there isn’t much evidence-backed results showing an essential oil can reduce this. One study we found stated that the following ingredients can improve keratosis pilori, “Emollients containing urea, salicylic acid, lactic acid, or glycolic acid may temporarily improve the appearance of the papules” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4470205/.

Cmc

April 29, 2019

Hi I need to know which frankincense oil I should purchase- I’m using it ONLY for a skin care regimen to treat inflammation and dermatitis on my face around my eye/eyelid area. I want to add it to jojoba oil with carrot seed essential oil for a natural moisturizing and anti inflammatory facial oil. Please let me know, thanks! Also, I’m curious as to why your frankincense oils are so cheap compared to Rocky Mountain and young living oils. Are yours organic? Steam distilled? Therapeutic grade? What’s the difference between your and the other two companies?

natalie

April 29, 2019

1. I am working on a lipoma on my sternum. What type of frankincense essential oil would be the best? I am using coconut oil as the carrier which is very pleasant. Do I combine it with other oils (sage, tea tree?) or best to use alone?
2. for keratosis pilori on my forehead, which essential oils (or other treatment) are best? thank you.

Edens Garden

April 18, 2019

Hi Christina! That’s difficult to say, as they don’t offer GC/MS reports, leaving us no accurate way to compare the oils.

Christina

April 18, 2019

A holistic vet recommended sacred frankincense for my dog battling lymphoma…she told me about young living brand, how does your compare to others?

Angie

April 16, 2019

I’m wondering if your frankincense oils are therapeutic grade and are safe for internal use? I usually use Doterra frankincense, which is safe to take internally, but it is quite pricey.

Edens Garden

April 10, 2019

Hi Erin! We suggest consulting with your doctor or midwife and an aromatherapist who can provide you with specific guidelines based on your individual needs.

Erin

April 10, 2019

Which type of Frankincense is typically used during labor and delivery and for healing of a torn perineum post partum?

Bonnie

March 22, 2019

Which variety of frankincense is best for alleviating headaches?

Edens Garden

March 15, 2019

Hi Rebecca! For nausea, you may try Ginger and Peppermint. For immune system, try Guardian, Fighting Five or Immunity. For lethargy, try Energy Boost, Awake & Aware or Good Morning. As far as using Frankincense for further symptoms, you may try Frankincense Sacra or Carterii.

Edens Garden

March 15, 2019

Hi Debbie! When it comes to using essential oils for specific medical conditions, we suggest working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your individual needs. This also applies to using essential oils internally.

Rebecca Gomez

March 15, 2019

My father has myeloid leukemia and is currently undergoing chemo. I am NOT looking for a cancer cure. I am looking for oils that will help aliviate some of the side effects (nausea, weakened immune system, lethargy, etc). We will be discussing with his Dr. before he uses them and he will likely only use them in a diffuser, and possibly topically. I have found most recommendations are for frankensence, myrrh, and citrus oils. Do you have any recommendations on which frank would work best?

Debbie

March 15, 2019

Confused over the 4 different Frankincense oils…
I’ve heard awesome things as far as healing/controlling cancer cells. Which one would you recommend? Also, can any of these 4 be taken internally; a drop under the tongue…

Edens Garden

February 28, 2019

Hi Lorraine! You can use either Frankincense for this purpose!

Lorraine

February 28, 2019

Hi there, firstly – I absolutely LOVE all of your products, my purchase history proves that. :) I’m wondering; you say that Frankincense Frereana is the go to oil for relieving inflammation caused by arthritis. But you also say; Frankincense Serrata is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Which should I use in making a massage/carrier oil blend or ointment blend using unrefined coconut oil for arthritis pain?

Edens Garden

February 08, 2019

Hi Mr. Edone! We recommend diffusing Frankincense Carterii first. You can also apply this oil topically when diluted, but we don’t recommend internal use of essential oils unless consulting with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

Mr. Edone Flaites

February 08, 2019

The Boswellia Carteri , how can it be applied or used for immune support , can you ingest it , and how ????

Edens Garden

January 28, 2019

Hi Celia! Try Frankincense Sacra or Carterii.

Celia S

January 28, 2019

I’m looking for the best frankincense oil for inflammation of the joints
which one would that be?
Thank you

ANN REWIS

January 21, 2019

How on earth is a person supposed to evaluate the product from all the copious writings about frankincense?! Suscinct, please!

Edens Garden

January 10, 2019

Hi Alice! Are you taking the essential oil in a capsule or an herb/ resin? Using essential oils internally, or by herb/ resin are specialty areas, and for this reason we recommend consulting with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

alice white

January 10, 2019

Hello, I have purchased a small case of Boswellia Serrata capsules from a good company. Is this helpful for my hip cartilage? I am also taking chicken cartilage, glucosamine, condroitin, ASU (Avosoy)and SAMe daily.
Is taking capsules as good as using the frankincense oil form? Thank you for your help.

Edens Garden

December 28, 2018

Hi Viktor! We don’t recommend internal use, unless working with a certified aromatherapist and doctor, who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

Viktor

December 28, 2018

Hi there, which of the frankincense oils is safe for oral use?

Edens Garden

December 20, 2018

Hi Kiaratine! We have many blogs on skincare. Here is a blog on essential oils for blackheads: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/5-essential-oils-for-blackheads

Here is another article you may find helpful: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/different-types-of-blemishes-and-how-to-treat-them-with-eos

Edens Garden

December 20, 2018

Hi Karen! Our Frankincense sacra is distilled from the resin of Boswellia sacra. We’d recommend you check with your doctor prior to using this oil for this medical issue.

Kiaratine

December 20, 2018

Hi, which one is the best for the face. I have clogged pores and it creates bumps on my face. I also have black heads and scarring. What oils would be the best for that?

Karen remick

November 27, 2018

Which one is prepared from hydodistillation of boswelia sacra gum resin? I’m using for badal cell skin cancer. Thanks

Edens Garden

November 19, 2018

Hi Allison! Our Frankincense sacra is sourced directly from Oman, but our other Frankincense oils are sourced from other regions including Somalia and India. To see where an oil was sourced from, go to that oil’s product page and click the “Details” section.

Allison

November 19, 2018

Can you tell me is your Frank sourced in Oman? Do you directly have resources there or is it a third party sale

Edens Garden

October 23, 2018

Hi Jim! Lavender and any one of these Frankincense would be great to use for that purpose. For more specific info on which oils she should use, we recommend working with her doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet her specific needs.

Jim

October 23, 2018

My wife deals with alot of pain in her feet and joints. What mixtures would be the most helpful She has use Lavender, Frankincense,

Edens Garden

October 10, 2018

Hi Linda! The way in which an oil is obtained varies from oil to oil. All of our Frankincense oils are steam distilled. To find out how an oil was obtained, go to that oil’s product page, and under “Details” look next to “Obtained.”

Linda

October 10, 2018

How are your oils distilled? Steam? Chemicals?

Edens Garden

September 20, 2018

Hi Phuong! Yes, both carterii and frereana will work for that purpose.

Phuong

September 20, 2018

Is the carterii the better version for anti aging? If I already have the frereana, will that work as well?

Edens Garden

September 12, 2018

Hi Gail! What a wonderful idea. Making a Frankincense synergy is a great way to obtain the benefits of Frankincense essential oils.

Gail

September 12, 2018

Can I combine the different varieties of the Frankincense together as they each offer a little bit different properties

Edens Garden

September 03, 2018

Hi Abelha! Many looking to use “boswellia” for anti-cancer purposes are actually looking for boswellic acid which is a product of Frankincense, and one that we don’t offer.

Edens Garden

September 03, 2018

Hi Tammy! Here is an article that may help you decide how to use essential oils depending on what you’re using it for: http://bit.ly/2pAO8ca

Abelha

September 03, 2018

Hi, I’m interested in the anti-cancer effect of boswellia. I appreciate that you can’t give ‘health’ advise, but would it be possible to let me know which one is usually bought for this purpose by other customers?
Thank you!

Tammy Franz

September 03, 2018

I am learning, so do I put this stuff on my neck/shoulder for the inflammation or am I putting into a diffuser?

Edens Garden

August 28, 2018

Hi Josephine! When it comes to medical issues, we recommend working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

Josephine

August 28, 2018

Hi, for ovarian cysts, may I know which Frankincense should I use? Thanks ?

Karen Cooper

August 22, 2018

I’ve been using essential oils for several months for help with sleep as well as immune assistance and cleaning. My husband has recently become aware of frankincense being used with his epilepsy. I’m going to order some of the frankincense carterii for use in this matter as well as my sleep blend. Thanks for your great products!

Edens Garden

August 20, 2018

Hi Mary! Frankincense carterii has the most traditional Frankincense aroma. However, you may be used to the blend of Frankincense that doTERRA offers, and we can’t promise that Frankincense carterii alone will have a similar aroma to the blend.

Mary

August 20, 2018

I was delighted to find EG recently, after using Doterra for a year! But have a question about frankincense. I was conscientiously using Doterra frankincense (made of carterii, frereana, and sacra) every day and every night on a pre-cancerous skin spot on my cheek. I got the scabby spot to disappear after 1 month, and it had been there for several years. Since Doterra is too expensive, and I liked EG ethos, and their other products, I decided to try the most expensive ‘frereana’ type, and bought the 30ml size about 2 months ago. Mistake! It smells like a faint tea tree oil, not frankincense, and a tiny scab is coming back on the spot.

I know you can not give medical advice, but will your ‘carterii’ EO smell good like frankincense??! Just wondering.

Edens Garden

July 17, 2018

Hi Diane! In this case, we would suggest working with a doctor and aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet that person’s specific medical conditions.

Edens Garden

July 17, 2018

Hi Jan! You might try one of our blends, such as Head-A-Sore-Use or Head Ease.

Diane

July 17, 2018

Which one of these might be the most beneficial for someone recovering from brain cancer?

Jan Wier

July 17, 2018

One of my best friends has debilitating migraines. I thought my migraine were the worst, here’s are 10X worse than mine. She has been using doterra brand, unfortunately with 5 kids it is cost prohibitive. I was unaware that there are 4 types. Could you please recommend the best one for her horrendous migraines?

Edens Garden

July 13, 2018

Hi Beverly! When it comes to specific medical conditions, we recommend working with your doctor and an aromatherapist.

Beverly

July 13, 2018

Which can be used for high blood pressure

Edens Garden

July 05, 2018

Hi Shannon! We would reach for the Frankincense Carterii, but any one of these Frankincenses would be great for what you need.

Shannon

July 05, 2018

Looking to add frankinsence to help my daughter’s acne. Which variety would you recommend?

Edens Garden

June 30, 2018

Hi Karen! We do not recommend casual internal use, and here’s why: http://bit.ly/2DWR6fB

karen

June 30, 2018

I am looking for a good myrrh product for my teeth and gums…. want to add frankincense as well – which frankincense do you recommend. Thank you. karen

Edens Garden

June 22, 2018

Hi Barbs! Most essential oils are not considered “food grade.” The FDA has a list of EOs that are generally regarded as safe (GRAS) for consumption in food and beverages, but they advise using EOs in parts per million (ppm). Most consumers do not have the equipment to measure oils in this small of a proportion, so we don’t recommend ingesting oils unless you’re working with a certified aromatherapist and your doctor. You can read more about internal use here: http://bit.ly/2DWR6fB

Barbs

June 22, 2018

I have been using three Frank’s (carterii, sacra and serrata). Just recently freeana!
Thank you for this info.

I am not one of the braver souls to ingest any oils unless they are food grade. And even then, just a small amount. Oils get absorbed into blood stream which goes into mist tissues and organs, am I correct?
Again thank you

Edens Garden

June 08, 2018

Hi Kat! Here is an article on this subject that we believe you may find useful: http://tisserandinstitute.org/frankincense-oil-and-cancer-in-perspective/

Kat

June 08, 2018

Please please help. I’m reading different things about frankincense. And its ability to kill cancer cells. I am reading that some frankincense can indeed be ingested by one drop perhaps to under the tongue. I want to know what the frankincense gum resin is. And can that be chewed like candy. Please tell me what form of Frankincense can indeed be ingested by way of one drop under the tongue. Into the bloodstream so it will reach the cancer cells. Anybody please help me

Edens Garden

May 29, 2018

Hi Candice! We do not recommend ingestion. Here’s an article that speaks to this: http://bit.ly/2DWR6fB

Candice Hartwig

May 29, 2018

Can the frankincense sacra be ingested? I was reading to add it and peppermint oil to water to heal stomach ulcers

Robin Anderson

May 21, 2018

Thank you the articles that you have for each type of Frankincense! They really pin piont what each type of oil so there is no mistake p what you need.

Edens Garden

May 03, 2018

Hi Ramona! Here is an article on oils for inflammation: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/the-best-essential-oils-for-inflammation

Ramona Christensen

May 03, 2018

What is the best oil for massage with the purpose of healing hands from inflammation of tissue deep in the hand?

Edens Garden

April 18, 2018

Hi Wanda! When it comes to specific medical advice, we recommend working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe and effective guidelines that meet your individual needs.

Wanda

April 18, 2018

I have been using another brand of Frankincense for neuropathy. With your brand carrying 4 Frankincense and 1 Frankincense and Myrrh, I am confused which one will be best for my neuropathy.

Edens Garden

April 11, 2018

Hi Jennifer! Here is an article that you may find helpful: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/baby-alert-what-to-pack-in-your-hospital-bag-essential-oils

Jennifer Clanfield

April 10, 2018

Hi!

Which of these oils would I use for Labour?

Thank you x

Paula Church

March 14, 2018

Is your frankincense pure or is it a blend? I am currently using the Doterra frankincense which is much more expensive which is why I ask this question. I would love to find a cheaper oil but want to make sure I am getting the same benefits.

Edens Garden

March 12, 2018

Hi Katie! We’d recommend working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

Katie

March 08, 2018

Hi there! I’ve been trying to research which type of Frankincense would be best in a blend for hypothyroid. Could you please help?

Edens Garden

February 26, 2018

Hi Pat! No, Frankincense essential oil will most likely not kill cancer cells. Here is an article regarding this very subject: http://tisserandinstitute.org/frankincense-oil-and-cancer-in-perspective/

Pat

February 25, 2018

This is a question. I read that some frankincense oils are usefull for killing cancer cells. Have you heard from any of your customers that they use it for that purpose?

Edens Garden

February 19, 2018

Hi Adriane! Here is an article regarding internal use: http://bit.ly/2DWR6fB

Adriane DiLullo ?

February 17, 2018

Are these oils ingestible need Frankincense that is compared to Do Terra using under tongue for brain tumor

Edens Garden

February 12, 2018

Hi Jan! When it comes to specific medical issues, we recommend working with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

Jan

February 12, 2018

Thanks for the great info! I was searching for which Frank would be beast when dealing with cancer. Thanks in advance!

Edens Garden

January 22, 2018

Hi Heddy! We don’t recommend using oils internally without consulting with your doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your individual needs.

Heddy Lapeyrouse

January 20, 2018

Can any of your frankincense be taken internally?

Edens Garden

January 10, 2018

Hi Sarah! The genus of all Frankincense oils is Boswellia, so all of our Frankincense oils are technically Boswellia. Age Defy contains Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)

Sarah

January 08, 2018

Two questions! You don’t mention Frakincense Bostweila which I love from you guys. Are you discontinuing? 2nd question. Which Frankincense is in your synergy blend Age Defy?

Melissa Cordova

January 08, 2018

Thank you for this information, I have been learning about using herbs and oils to heal and love to shop with you guys, but have never bought the Frankincense because I was never sure exactly what I needed and for what purpose… this clarified all my questions and I now have a new interest when visiting your site. Pleasure to read and will be back for more info in the future!

Also, thanks for making this info printable! I can add it to my file folder as a reference if I ever need it!