Inca Incense - Olibanum
Inca incense sticks are natural, not using glue, gunpowder, fixative and aroma expander;
- Made by hand;
- The base of Inca incenses is Breu Branco, a millenary resin from the Brazilian Amazonian forest of respiratory therapeutic property, scientifically proven;
- Inca incense sticks are the only ones that burn for 2 hours each stick;
- The Inca line has 27 different aromas;
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Also known as “frankincense” or “true incense”, frankincense is considered by many to be the “original incense” since it was the first resin to be used by mankind for the production of incense and smoke.
Frankincense is present in the history of various civilizations, always related to sacred rituals of spirituality and meditation. Its resin is obtained from some plants of the genus Boswelia, existing in both Africa and Asia.
Already in the time of the Hebrews, the frankincense, along with gold and myrrh, was one of the gifts of the three wise men offered to the baby Jesus. But it was not only the Jews who considered it sacred. Roman emperors also used it in a number of rituals and ceremonies, such as Nero, who reportedly used it in burning rituals for a year in a row after the funeral of his wife, Poppaea. Indians, Persians, Arabs, Chinese, and other peoples have also made and still make use of the herb, known for its mild, balsamic fragrance, with citrus and camphor touches and an odor that lingers in the air for a long time.