‘What is frankincense?’
CWN - December 28, 2010
Frankincense, a tree resin, “is the very scent of Oman, deeply entrenched in the culture, burned as incense in homes and offices, added to perfumes, and used for medicinal purposes to ease everything from inflamed joints to congestion and anxiety,” according to a recent article in Slate
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