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Phytosun Aroms BOSWELLIA SERRATA Essential oil Indian Frankincense Olibanum

The therapeutic value of dry resinous gum (guggul) extracted from Boswellia serrata has been known since Antiquity. Boswellia gum was already mentioned in the oldest Ayurvedic medical treatises.

Traditionally, Boswellia gum has been used in the treatment of diabetes, skin and blood diseases, cardiovascular or neurological disorders, rheumatism, dysentery, testicular disease and a myriad of other diseases.

Long neglected by European doctors and herbalists, boswellia resin was rediscovered by Western researchers at the end of the 20th century, who demonstrated its powerful anti-inflammatory principles without side effects.

Botanical species


French name and other designations

Frankincense Frankincense, Indian incense, boswellia, boswellia, frankincense tree, salai, Boswellia, frankincense, Indian frankincense





Producing organ

Gum resin, the resin that exudes from the trunk (oleo-resinous gum)

Biochemical specificity

α -thuyene (70%), sabinene, α-pinene, p-cymene

Description of BOSWELLIA SERRATA Essential oil Indian Frankincense Frankincense

Properties of Boswellia Serrata essential oil in scientific aromatherapy

  • Antiseptic
  • Immune and nervous system stimulator
  • Regenerating and tonic skin, healing
  • Expectorant, anti-catarrhal
  • Analgesic and anti-inflammatory
  • Antidepressant
  • Anticancer (suspected)

Energy aromatherapy properties

  • Relieves tension and nervous fatigue
  • Calm the fixed gods
  • Free from fear of tomorrow and nightmares
  • Help to modify his thinking, positive
  • Energizing
  • Helps with communication and self-confidence

Traditional indications of Boswellia Serrata essential oil

  • Chronic inflammatory joint diseases (Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoarthritis)
  • Weakness of the respiratory tract
  • Bowel disorders (Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis)
  • Fungal infections, boils
  • Antiviral action

Directions for use and dosage

In skin application diluted in a vegetable oil for skin problems (scars, cracks ...) stress and hyperactivity.

In diffusion to clear the respiratory tract.

Healing and regenerating:
Mixture of essential oil of Boswellia serrata and Cistus labdaniferus (cistus ladanifère) in equal parts (5 drops of each) diluted in sweet almond vegetable oil applied locally several times a day.

Stress, hyperactivity:
Mix 23 drops of Boswellia serrata essential oil and 12 drops of Lavandula officinalis essential oil (fine lavender) diluted in vegetable oil (macadamia recommended) to the tune of 15 ml.

Comment on the recommendations for use and dosage of BOSWELLIA SERRATA Essential oil Indian Frankincense Frankincense with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.

References: Aromatherapy exactly - P. Franchomme, R. Jollois, D. Pénoël - Editions Roger Jollois


100% pure essential oil of Boswellia Serrata

Precaution of use

An Essential Oil: Not to be used in its pure state on the skin.
Do not apply to a child under 3 years old and to pregnant women.

High dose psychotropic. Do not use the essential oil of Boswellia serrata internally.

Presentation of BOSWELLIA SERRATA Essential oil Indian Frankincense Frankincense

5 ml bottle

Our advice and expert opinions in pharmacy

Use in Cosmetics: As a base note in the preparation of oriental perfumes

In indoor use: Diffusion to calm the mind, against infections, to strengthen the immune system

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