Latin name: Boswellia papyrifera
Also know as: Sudanese frankincense, Elephant-tree
Boswellia papyrifera is a species of flowering tree of the Boswellia family and a frankincense that is native to Ethiopia, Eritrea and Sudan. The tree is cultivated in Ethiopia because of its valuable resin. The incense smoke is characterized by a fresh lemon-pine scent, and is therefore highly esteemed. The resin of Boswellia papyrifera are semi-translucent yellow tears.
Fragrance: light and fresh fragrance with a sweet pine note and a soft floral top note
Properties: Frankincense preserves spiritual energy, promote mediation, help to maintain a clear mind, increasing perception, cleansing and purification of soul and surroundings.