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The many therapeutic benefits of Royal Green Hojari Frankincense

The many therapeutic benefits of Royal Green Hojari Resins

Frankincense water for internal medicinal purposes

In its resin form, frankincense has revealed many medicinal qualities. Boswellia sacra resin has been commonly used for its analgesic, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties, which reflect its immunomodulatory activity. Burned as incense, dissolved in water for inhalation or daily consumption, Frankincense showed efficacy with a variety of ailments:

Important Note: For internal use and medicinal purposes, only the medical grade Hojari Frankincense resin such as Royal Green Hojari is recommended.

  • Strengthen the immune system

  • Alleviate joint and muscle pain

  • Improves joint health

  • Relieve inflammation and headaches

  • Help with respiratory problems including athsma bronchitis and coughs

  • Support with hillness and fever

  • Wonderful for stress and anxietey relief

  • Penetrates the blood-brain barrier

  • Ease and prevent digestive problems, helps healthe gut.

  • Helps get rid of toxins

  • Anti-carcinogenic (preventative and also helps with cell regeneration)

  • Promotes skin and tissue regeneration

  • Relieves sore throat

  • Strengthens, tones, and lifts the skin, muscles, and internal organs

  • Speeds post-child birth recovery

  • Helps hypertension

  • Helps ulcerative colitis.

  • Important Note: For internal use and medicinal purposes, only the medical grade Hojari Frankincense resin such as Royal Green Hojari is recommended.

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Frankincense Water and tea

Frankincense can be used as a preventative herbal remedy for general optimal health and also to address specific complains or medical conditions. For an holistic approach, complement the Frankincense water with other herbs or natural medicine/therapies, boosting your immune system and supporting your body to heal on the physical, emotional and psycho-spiritual levels of your being. Of course these should not be a substitute to a medical treatment prescribed by a healthcare professional. While working with Frankincense and injesting this sacred resin, be conscious of the spirit of the plant to which you can connect and ask for guidance and support in your healing. Sacred Plant Dieting is well researced and practiced by many indigenous cultures and herbal medicine practitioners. Frankincense water can be consumed during the day as you would with your normal daily water. If you are addressing a specific health issue, be regular and consistent, the water should be drunk regularly as part of your daily self-care routine.

How to Make Frankincense water:

Drop 2 or 3 medium size tears of medical grade Royal Hojari resin in 1.5 litres of purified/mineral water. Allow the water to sit overnight in a cool dry place, you can put it in the fridge. The following morning the mixture is ready. In the morning drink on an empty stomach and consume the rest of the water throughout the day. Once the bottle is empty, you can refill the bottle with more water until resin has been almost completely dissolved. At night prepare an other bottle as above and continue with this cycle allowing your body the time to balance and heal.

How to Make Frankincense tea:

Drop 1 tears of medical grade Royal Hojari resin in 1 cup of boiled water. Allow the tea to sit for few minutes or until it reaches the right temperature for you to drink. You can refill the empty cup with more water until the resin has lost its flavour. Drink and relax.

What is Boswellic acid?

Boswellic acids are a series of terpenes (of pentacyclic terpenoid) molecules produced by the trees in the genus Boswellia. Boswellic acids are a major component in the resin exuded by the tree but are not found in the the steam or hydro distilled frankincense essential oil. This is due to the size of these terpenes too large to come over in the steam distillation process (the essential oil is composed mainly of the much lighter monoterpene and sesquiterpene molecules with small amounts of diterpenoid components being the upper limit in terms of molecular weight) and to the non-volatile carachteistic of the boswellic acid as these components are non-volatile. Boswellic acids exhibit potent antiinflammatory properties in vitro and in vivo. Specific to their anticancer properties, boswellic acids induce antiproliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis in leukemia cell lines.

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