Mental, Emotional Effects: Fir is comforting. It may be helpful for those who have a fear of being alone. It is also helpful for nervousness, stress, anxiety, and depression.
Extraction method: Steam distillation
Parts used: Oleo resin
Chakra Association: Visuddha (Throat), Ajna (Third Eye), Sahasrara (Crown)
Note Classification: Bottom
Aroma: Spicy, green, lemon-like, peppery
Traditional Uses: Frankincense was burned in ceremonies by the Ancient Egyptians. It has a long history of use as incense.
Properties: analgesic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antioxidant, sedative, tonic
Mental & Emotional Effects: May be helpful for anxiety and nervousness. May also serve as support while working with issues related to forgiveness and compassion.
Blends well with: black pepper, myrrh, sandalwood, lavender, cinnamon, camphor, patchouli, geranium, and rose
Other Interesting Notes: Frankincense can grow without soil.
Safety Data: Generally Considered Safe. For external use only. Do not apply undiluted to the skin.
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Color: Pale yellow or pale amber greenish
Odor: Strongly diffusive, fresh, green and balsamic
Refractive Index @ 20*C (ISO 280): 1.4748
Optical Rotation @ 20*C (ISO 592): -7.90*
Specific Gravity 20/20 (ISO 279): 0.870
Alpha Pinene: 31.80
Beta Pinene: 3.20
Beta Caryophylene: 3.60