Frankincense Black Sacra Infused Oil

( 1 Review )


Rare Boswellia sacra,black wild-harvested in Oman, infused in Fractionated Coconut Oil by an artisan craftsman in the USA. The traditional Frankincense used for millennia. (Sacra Black)


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We had a LOT of Frankincense black sacra essential oil, what I had projected to be a full year’s supply….and it sold out quickly! Our young infusion wizard managed to come up with a small amount of the resin and infused it for us. He sent a sample and it enraptured us all. This is very special and very rare!

Please note:  This product is infused from natural tree resin, so some settling may occur.  Gently shake or roll to mix it in, or you can warm it gently by placing the very bottom of the bottle in a warm water bath to help with incorporating the sediment.  Remember, infusions are high in carrier oil content, so they should not be used in a diffuser; it could cause damage to the diffuser.






Reviews (1)

  1. Amy from Virginia

    ( 1 Review )

    Amy from Virginia (verified owner)

    Let me start by saying I have a healthy dislike of pretty much every Frankincense out there. They all smell like somebody left gym socks in a dank duffle bag for months. Some MLM told me I “needed” it because I was repulsed by it. What a bunch of bologna!!

    I do however, need it. For the blends I make my daughter. So when Marge started raving about this one and the scent, I decided to try it.

    I have finally found the ONE and ONLY Frank I like. It smells amazing. It has these beautiful notes in it and my daughter’s blends all end up so much better for the addition of it. I will diffuse this one as well, it is well loved by the family. Thank you Marge for having this lovely Frankincense on hand.

    Note from Marge: Amy, I’m glad that you found a Frankincense you enjoy, but please, don’t diffuse the infused oil. The fixed oil it is infused in will gum up your diffuser, honest. Next time you order request samples of our black sacra distilled oil, and of our Frankincense Rivae. Either of them might suit your taste, and be safe for diffusing if you fall in love.)

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