Name: Salai Guggul (Boswellia Serrata) Frankincense
Country of Origin: India, Uttar Pradesh Region
Uses: Resin for burning
Size and Color: Large to medium pure resin; gray, white, tan, yellow in color
Scent: Rich, spicy earth aroma with very subtle tones of savory pine and mint with an almost slightly peppery tone
Benefits: Anti-inflammatory; eases arthritis and joint-related ailments
Imported directly from the source in India, Boswellia Serrata is one of the most popular frankincense species known. Boswellia Serrata is known as Indian Frankincense or Salai. It is referred to in Sanskrit as "Shallaki." B. Serrata is native to nearly all of India and the Punjab region that extends into Pakistan.
In Ayurvedic medicine, B. Serrata has been used for thousands of years to treat arthritis and other joint-related ailments due to profound anti-inflammatory qualities and a myriad of other health benefits. Boswellia Serrata comes in large to medium pure resin tears.
When smoldered, it gives off a rich, spicy earth aroma with very subtle tones of savory pine and mint with an almost slightly peppery tone. This ancient resin has been used for thousands of years by yogis, clergy, royalty and everyday people.
WARNING: As with all products, please research all side effects if you have a medical condition. Keep away from pets and children.