Frankincense Hydrosol

 
Now certified organic! Always was, it just took this long for certification. Why buy organic? In the case of Frankincense your choices are wild or organic. Certified organic material is harvested with oversight and in a sustainable manner, wild is not. There is no farmed Boswellia carterii. If any entity is interested in that undertaking, they would need to be very patient while waiting the 30+ years for a harvest. Strongly scented. Could be diluted with distilled water if you'd like... The smell was described by someone else as 'expansive'. That's a good description, it is expansive in energy work and to the lungs. Dry, woody, slightly peppery smell.
Frankincense essential oil and hydrosol are from the congealed exudae from the damaged tree bark. The trees are incised and the resin collected. This is most likely the gum referred to in ancient texts.
Frankincense hydrosol is used topically on aging skin to reduce wrinkles. Mist on the face as a toner for skin. Gives a fine textured, silky feeling. It is a diuretic and drying without leaving the skin feeling dry and tight. I expect it to be effective in an acne treatment as well.
Frankincense hydrosol taken internally ( from one half to one tablespoon 3 to 6 times a day, depending on you and what you are treating - plenty of water too ) gives a feeling of expansion, deeper breathing and open airways. It is used to dry up mucus in the respiratory system. Something to remember this flu season.
It can be used as a gargle, as a mouth rinse for infection in the gums or on lung points during a acupressure or jin shin treatment.
Taking a few drops orally before meditation, ritual or energy healing deepens the experience.
Frankincense hydrosol is used topically on aging skin to reduce wrinkles. Mist on the face as a toner for skin. Gives a fine textured, silky feeling. It is a diuretic and drying without leaving the skin feeling dry and tight. I expect it to be effective in an acne treatment as well.
Frankincense hydrosol taken internally ( from one half to one tablespoon 3 to 6 times a day, depending on you and what you are treating - plenty of water too ) gives a feeling of expansion, deeper breathing and open airways. It is used to dry up mucus in the respiratory system. Something to remember this flu season.
It can be used as a gargle, as a mouth rinse for infection in the gums or on lung points during a acupressure or jin shin treatment.
Taking a few drops orally before meditation, ritual or energy healing deepens the experience.