Boswellia Neclecta Rivae
This is a rather unknown incense belonging to Mirafur. The Mirafur frankincense, which theoretically belongs to Boswellia Neglecta, belongs to the Rivae. It is said that the incense traded as Ogaden Boswellia Rivae is experience with the Mirafur incense. They are the same trees.
This frankincense trades a lot of essential oils and has a very intense and low smell, which is very earthy like incense in Kenya, but also has a certain sweetness. It is also called the "owner of frankincense".
This incense is of good quality with medium to large pieces, wild harvested and handpicked.
The resin of a tree belongs, one in a ritual, not to a charcoal. Rather smoke incense and other resins on a frankincense burner under man, so the intense fragrance of the incense can develop and distinguish better, without smoke.
Packaging: This incense is treated in an aroma-sealed paper bag.
Note: The school-formed bowl is for presentation and is not part of the product.