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Frankincense (Olibanum) essential oil - Boswellia spp.

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Several types of olibanum are traded but the most common is the the Boswelia carterii.  This oleoresin, which is collected by making incisions into the bark, comes out as a white, sticky, milky substance that solidifies into small, golden drops.  Coming from north-east Africa, the tapping of the olibanum trees is part of tribal ritual.  Frankincense, mainly used in the manufacture of incense, is also a good fixative for fragrances.

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CategoryEssential Oils and Extracts

Regional AvailabilityWorldwide

Harvest PeriodNov - Dec; May - July

Natural StatusEU Natural

 

Organoleptic Descriptorsold wood, incense, amber

Common Applicationsroot beer, oriental, amber, musk, bark, petunia

AppearanceColourless to pale yellow liquid

 

Kosheryes

Halalyes

Chemical Properties


Assayn/a

Optical Rotation-15.0 to -5.0

Refractive Index @20℃1.4670 to 1.4780

Specific Gravity @20℃0.864 to 0.878

Flash Point ℃41°C

Shelf Life (months)12

Storage RecommendationsSealed containers in a cool dark place. Check quality before use

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