What is Frankincense
Frankincense is the dried sap of the trees of the Boswellia genus. The trees are cultivated in Oman, Yemen, and the Horn of Africa. When the sapphire is dried, the incense is burnt, and various remedies are said to be in it. Frankincense makers wrapped the tear using a traditional chisel-like instrument, which produces “tears” with milky white sap leaks from the opening, the first sapphire is not gathered, and Wood is cleansed from contaminants. After that, the hole grows drier and deeper, and the oceans emptied after about two weeks.
In Oman, frankincense was one of the essential products of trade in the Mediterranean region. Khor Rori historically is part of a UNESCO World Historic Site in the neighborhood of Salalah, which encompasses additional monuments of archaeology on the Dhofar coast. Donkeys and camels carried open-candled bundles of resin to ships in Mesopotamia, India, and China to wait for their trip. NamGlobal is the world’s largest exporter of Frankincense.
Essence of oil
Damp distillation of the tree resin produces the essential frankincense oil. Oil chemicals are monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, and ketones of 75 percent. Moist distilled fiber-free oils do not contain enough volatile Boswellia acids (Triterpenoids) against specific commercial claims, but they may be present in solvent extraction. The chemical substances of the essential oil are primarily monoterpenes, such as alpha-pinene, limonene, alpha-thujene, beta-pinene, with the top limits of the molecular weight being a tiny amount of diterpene components. Contact namGlobal for import & export of Frankincense.