Boswellia serrata is the botanical name given to the tree that produces the resin known to the ancient Egyptians as Sanatjar. It was first imported from Syria and Punt, with Pharaohs Hatshepsut, Thutmose III, Amenhotep II and Rameses III attempting to grow trees to provide a domestic supply. Sanatjar was utilized in cosmetics, medicine, and ritual censing. Burned as incense in purification rituals, it was also the first burned in the morning temple rites.
Directions: Place a desired amount of powder into an appropriate censer and light the top surface. Let it burn 15-20 seconds before blowing out the flame. Let it
smolder to release fragrance.
Ingredients: Frankincense Resin, Acacia Wood.