Frankincense Resin has a rich tradition of being burned in temples, churches, and places of the highest form of worship.
Frankincense was a part of the Ketoret which is used when referring to the consecrated incense described in the Hebrew Bible and Talmud. It is also referred to as the HaKetoret (the incense). It was offered on the specialized incense altar in the time when the Tabernacle was located in the First and Second Jerusalem Temples. The ketoret was an important component of the Temple service in Jerusalem. It is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible book of Exodus 30:34, where it is named levonah (lebonah in Biblical_Hebrew), meaning “white” in Hebrew.
Burn to increase your awareness and connection with the divine realms. Incense smoke helps carry our prayers to the divine realms and few have the intoxicating power of alignment like that of frankincense. A citrusy and delicate aroma permeates from burning frankincense.
Burn on charcoal discs in a heatproof vessel.
Never leave burning resins unattended.