Pine Resin

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  • Pine ResinPine Resin / Gum Rosin

    Pine Resin

    $6.90$909.42

    Pine Resin


    Pine Resin

    Pine Resin (Pinus sp.), also called Colophony, Rosin and Greek pitch, is a solid form of resin obtained from various species of Pine trees and some other conifers. The resin is usually produced by heating fresh liquid resin to vaporize the volatile liquid terpene components. It is often semi-transparent and ranges in color from yellow to black. At room temperature Pine resin is brittle, but it easily melts at slightly higher temperatures. Gum Rosin chiefly consists of various resin acids, especially abietic acid.

    The name “Colophony” comes from “Colophonia resina”, Latin for “resin from Colophon,” an ancient city in Ionia and likely one of the oldest of the twelve cities of the Ionian League.

    Natural Reusable Food Wraps 

    Pine tree resin is a popular ingredient for making reusable Beeswax food-wraps (often combined with Damar gum and Jojoba oil).

    For bulk quantities (e.g. 25kg+) please inquire for wholesale prices.

  • Frankincense and Myrrh Incense Burner

    Incense Burner, Frankincense & Myrrh Kit

    $34.50

    Incense Burner Kit


    Incense Burner, Frankincense & Myrrh Kit.

    This beautiful kit contains:

    – A metal Incense Burner
    – A bag of Frankincense pieces
    – A bag of Myrrh pieces
    – 10 x Charcoal discs to burn the incense on
    – Instruction sheet

    Frankincense is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone. When burned as an incense it is said to lift the mood and reduce anxiety and depression.

    Myrrh is the natural dried resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree which is native to Somalia, Yemen and eastern Ethiopia. It was highly regarded in biblical times and has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense and medicine. The scent is described as woody, warm, aromatic and pungent and it is believed to bring a deeper sense of spirituality.

  • Incense resin samples

    Incense Gum Kit

    $34.50$49.45

    Incense Kit


    Incense Gum Kit.

    A selection of seven beautiful incense gums, a roll of ten charcoal tablets to burn them on, an incense burner (optional) and simple instructions.

    You only need to burn a pea-sized piece to create enough incense smoke to fill the house with a lovely fragrance. You can also place the gums on top of a wood burner, or carefully rub them on your stove element.

    You will get a 10g bag of each of the following gums:

    – Frankincense (Balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon with a conifer-like undertone scent. Lifts mood, sense of wellbeing and encourages spiritual harmony).

    – Myrrh (Woody, warm, aromatic, pungent scent. Calming and soothing. Used to physically and energetically purify and cleanse the home).

    – Guggul (Warm, dark, sweet scent with hints of vanilla. It has an energizing, rejuvenating effect and helps to create a feeling of wellbeing).

    – Benzoin Sumatra (Sweet, rich vanilla scent. It has a calming, relaxing and soothing effect on the nervous system, and helps stimulate creativity).

    – Opopanax (Sweet earthy scent. Creates calm, aids meditation, and helps to get rid of negative energy).

    – Dragon’s Blood (Sweet and soft scent. Can help to neutralize negative energy).

    – Elemi White (Citrus- like and spicy with a hint of fennel. Helps to relieve stress and nervous exhaustion and bring on feelings of peace.).

  • Kauri Gum Natural Pieces

    Kauri Gum (Agathis australis)

    $13.80$36.80

    Kauri Gum


    Kauri Gum Natural Pieces.

    Kauri Gum is the resin of New Zealand’s beautiful Kauri tree. It is formed when resin oozes from cracks in the bark of the tree and hardens on exposure to air. The colour can range from pale yellow to reddish-brown and black. These days Kauri Gum is used mainly as jewellery, ornaments and incense. It is a beautiful gum, with a strong, clearing aroma. Burning the gum is believed to promote unconditional love, empathy and a loving sense of self. It is also popular for helping to protect, balance and strengthen the heart chakra. It is also known as Kapia or New Zealand Amber.

  • Pine ResinPine Resin / Gum Rosin

    Pine Resin Powder

    $8.28$86.25

    Pine Resin Powder


    Pine Resin Powder

    Pine Resin (Pinus sp.), also called Colophony, Rosin and Greek pitch, is a solid form of resin obtained from various species of Pine trees and some other conifers. The resin is usually produced by heating fresh liquid resin to vaporize the volatile liquid terpene components. It is often semi-transparent and ranges in color from yellow to black. At room temperature Pine resin is brittle, but it easily melts at slightly higher temperatures. Gum Rosin chiefly consists of various resin acids, especially abietic acid.

    The name “Colophony” comes from “Colophonia resina”, Latin for “resin from Colophon,” an ancient city in Ionia and likely one of the oldest of the twelve cities of the Ionian League.

    Natural Reusable Food Wraps 

    Pine tree resin is a popular ingredient for making reusable Beeswax food-wraps (often combined with Damar gum and Jojoba oil).

    For bulk quantities (e.g. 25kg+) please inquire for wholesale prices.

  • Myrrh Gum Somalia Powder

    Myrrh Gum Somalia Powder

    $14.95$40.37

    Myrrh Gum


    Myrrh Gum Somalia Powder.

    Myrrh Gum Somalia Powder. Myrrh is the natural dried resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree which is native to Somalia, Yemen, and eastern Ethiopia. It has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense, and medicine. Incense is burned in many countries on a daily basis before meditation and prayer, after cooking, to purify and cleanse the home physically and energetically, for magic, ritual, and for healing. Myrrh is an important ingredient of Jewish holy incense.

    In ethnomedicine, Myrrh is used as an antiseptic in mouthwashes, gargles, and toothpastes. Myrrh is currently used in some liniments and healing salves that may be applied to abrasions and other minor skin ailments. Myrrh has also been recommended as an analgesic for toothaches and can be used in liniment for bruises, aches, and sprains. For making tinctures, the alcohol needs to be 60-70% in order for the Myrrh powder to dissolve.

  • Frankincense Eritrea 1st Choice

    Frankincense Eritrea 1st Choice

    $10.35$31.05

    Frankincense


    Frankincense Eritrea 1st Choice.

    Frankincense Eritrea or Olibanum, is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years.Frankincense is used in the perfumery, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and aromatherapy industries. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone.When burned as an incense in aromatherapy Olibanum is said to lift the mood and increase feelings of well-being.

    Frankincense is used in many Christian churches including the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Catholic churches. According to the gospel of Matthew 2:11, gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the biblical magi “from out of the East.” Christian and Islamic Abrahamic faiths have all used Frankincense mixed with oils to anoint newborn infants, initiates and members entering into new phases of their spiritual lives.

  • Benzoin Gum Sumatra Grains & Powder

    Benzoin Gum Sumatra Grains & Powder

    $10.35$22.77

    Benzoin Gum


    Benzoin Gum Sumatra Grains & Powder.

    Benzoin Sumatra is a balsamic resin which is excreted by the Styrax benzoin tree, which grows on the island of Sumatra. It has a sweet, rich vanilla scent and puts out a lot of smoke when burned as an incense. It is used for its fixative properties in the perfumery industry, in cosmetics, incense, and scented candles. It is believed to have a calming, relaxing and soothing effect on the nervous system, and to help stimulate creativity.

  • Dragon's Blood Chunks

    Dragon’s Blood

    $32.20$77.28

    Dragon’s Blood


    Dragon’s Blood Chunks.

    Dragon’s Blood is the dark red coloured natural resin that oozes from the dumm al akhwain tree in the Socotra Island, Yemen. It has traditionally been regarded as having protective powers which were believed to make heroes invincible and to neutralize negative energies. It is burned as an incense to cleanse a space of negative energy. The resin has also been used as an ingredient of magical inks. It is an expensive resin used in colour fine varnishes. It also has binding qualities and can be used as a fixative for volatile essential oils.

  • Myrrh Gum Ogadain

    Myrrh Gum Pea Size Pieces

    $16.10$41.40

    Myrrh Gum


    Myrrh Gum Pea Size Pieces

    Myrrh Gum pea size pieces. Myrrh is the natural dried resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree which is native to Somalia, Yemen, and eastern Ethiopia. Myrrh has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense, and medicine. Incense is burned in many countries on a daily basis before meditation and prayer, after cooking, to purify and cleanse the home physically and energetically, for magic, ritual, and for healing. Myrrh is an important ingredient of Jewish holy incense.

    In ethnomedicine, Myrrh is used as an antiseptic in mouthwashes, gargles, and toothpaste. Myrrh is currently used in some liniments and healing salves that may be applied to abrasions and other minor skin ailments. Myrrh has also been recommended as an analgesic for toothaches and can be used in liniment for bruises, aches, and sprains. For making tinctures, the alcohol needs to be 60-70% in order for the Myrrh powder to dissolve.

  • Elemi gum

    Elemi Gum Manila Solid Dark

    $11.50$31.05

    Elemi Gum


    Elemi Gum Manila Solid Dark.

    Elemi Gum Manila Solid Dark. Elemi is the gum resin secreted by the Canarium luzonicum tree, which can grow up to 30m high and belongs to the same botanical family as Frankincense and Myrrh. This tree grows wild in the tropical forests of the Philippines.

    The gum is naturally secreted when the tree is attacked by a parasite. The gum is also produced when the “tapping technique” is applied. An incision is made in the bark when the tree is sprouting leaves and the pale yellow gum oozes out and solidifies on contact with the air and slightly darkens in colour. A mature tree can produce up to 5kg of gum per year. The scent is citrus-like and spicy with a hint of fennel.

    It was used in “Chinese incense” as far back as the 7th century for religious ceremonies, to perfume homes, and was even worn in small pouches around the neck as a perfume. It may to help relieve stress and nervous exhaustion and bring on feelings of peace.

  • Burgundy pitch

    Burgundy Pitch

    $12.65$33.35

    Burgundy Pitch


    Burgundy Pitch Resin.

    Burgundy Pitch resin comes from the Norway spruce (Abies excelsa). It has a long history of incense, spiritual and medicinal use in many cultures. Burgundy Pitch has a strong, fresh and balsamic forest-like fragrance. When burned as an incense it is said to be strengthening, cleansing, purifying and regenerating.

  • Frankincense Pea Size Pieces

    Frankincense Pea Size Pieces

    $12.65$91.08

    Frankincense


    Frankincense Pea Size Pieces.

    Frankincense or Olibanum, is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years. Frankincense is used in the perfumery, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and aromatherapy industries. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone.When burned as an incense in aromatherapy Olibanum is said to lift the mood and increase feelings of well-being.

    Frankincense is used in many Christian churches including the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Catholic churches. According to the gospel of Matthew 2:11, gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the biblical magi “from out of the East.” Christian and Islamic Abrahamic faiths have all used Frankincense mixed with oils to anoint newborn infants, initiates and members entering into new phases of their spiritual lives.

  • Elemi Gum Manila, Elemi Essential Oil

    Elemi Gum Manila Soft White

    $14.38$25.88

    Elemi Gum


    Elemi Gum Manila Soft White.

    Elemi Gum Manila Soft White. Elemi is the gum resin secreted by the Canarium luzonicum tree, which can grow up to 30m high and belongs to the same botanical family as Frankincense and Myrrh. This tree grows wild in the tropical forests of the Philippines.

    The gum is naturally secreted when the tree is attacked by a parasite. The gum is also produced when the “tapping technique” is applied. An incision is made in the bark when the tree is sprouting leaves and the pale yellow gum oozes out and solidifies on contact with the air and slightly darkens in colour. A mature tree can produce up to 5kg of gum per year. The scent is citrus-like and spicy with a hint of fennel.

    It was used in “Chinese incense” as far back as the 7th century for religious ceremonies, to perfume homes, and was even worn in small pouches around the neck as a perfume. It may to help relieve stress and nervous exhaustion and bring on feelings of peace.

  • frankincense serrata

    Frankincense Serrata

    $14.38$43.13

    Frankincense


    Frankincense Serrata.

    Frankincense Serrata, or Olibanum, is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years. Frankincense is used in the perfumery, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and aromatherapy industries. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone.When burned as an incense in aromatherapy Olibanum is said to lift the mood and increase feelings of well-being.

    Frankincense is used in many Christian churches including the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Catholic churches. According to the gospel of Matthew 2:11, gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the biblical magi “from out of the East.” Christian and Islamic Abrahamic faiths have all used Frankincense mixed with oils to anoint newborn infants, initiates and members entering into new phases of their spiritual lives.

  • incense-kit

    Frankincense & Myrrh Incense Kit

    $21.85

    Incense Kit


    Frankincense & Myrrh Incense Kit.

    This beautiful incense kit contains:

    – A bag of Frankincense pieces
    – A bag of Myrrh pieces
    – 10 x Charcoal discs to burn the incense on
    – Instruction sheet

    Frankincense is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone. When burned as an incense it is said to lift the mood and reduce anxiety and depression.

    Myrrh is the natural dried resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree which is native to Somalia, Yemen and eastern Ethiopia. It was highly regarded in biblical times and has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense and medicine. The scent is described as woody, warm, aromatic and pungent and it is believed to bring a deeper sense of spirituality.

  • Frankincense Powder

    Frankincense Powder

    $12.65$22.77

    Frankincense


    Frankincense Powder.

    Frankincense powder or Olibanum, is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years. Frankincense is used in the perfumery, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and aromatherapy industries. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone. When burned as an incense in aromatherapy Olibanum is said to lift the mood and increase feelings of well-being.

    Frankincense is used in many Christian churches including the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Catholic churches. According to the gospel of Matthew 2:11, gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the biblical magi “from out of the East.” Christian and Islamic Abrahamic faiths have all used Frankincense mixed with oils to anoint newborn infants, initiates and members entering into new phases of their spiritual lives.

  • Myrrh Gum Ogadain

    Myrrh Gum Ogadain

    $18.40$46.00

    Myrrh Gum Ogadain


    Myrrh Gum Ogadain Pieces.

    Myrrh Gum Ogadain. Myrrh is the natural dried resin of the Commiphora myrrha tree which is native to Somalia, Yemen, and eastern Ethiopia. Myrrh has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense, and medicine. Incense is burned in many countries on a daily basis before meditation and prayer, after cooking, to purify and cleanse the home physically and energetically, for magic, ritual, and for healing. Myrrh is an important ingredient of Jewish holy incense.

    In ethnomedicine, Myrrh is used as an antiseptic in mouthwashes, gargles, and toothpaste. Myrrh is currently used in some liniments and healing salves that may be applied to abrasions and other minor skin ailments. Myrrh has also been recommended as an analgesic for toothaches and can be used in liniment for bruises, aches, and sprains. For making tinctures, the alcohol needs to be 60-70% in order for the Myrrh powder to dissolve.

  • Frankincense Somalia 1st Choice

    Frankincense Somalia 1st Choice

    $14.38$43.13

    Frankincense


    Frankincense Somalia 1st Choice.

    Frankincense Somalia or Olibanum, is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia. It has been traded on the Arabian Peninsula, in North Africa, and Somalia for more than 5000 years. Frankincense is used in the perfumery, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and aromatherapy industries. It is characterized by a balsamic-spicy, slightly lemon, fragrance of incense, with a conifer-like undertone.When burned as an incense in aromatherapy Olibanum is said to lift the mood and increase feelings of well-being.

    Frankincense is used in many Christian churches including the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Catholic churches. According to the gospel of Matthew 2:11, gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh were among the gifts to Jesus by the biblical magi “from out of the East.” Christian and Islamic Abrahamic faiths have all used Frankincense mixed with oils to anoint newborn infants, initiates and members entering into new phases of their spiritual lives.

  • Sandarac Gum Moroccan Tears

    Sandarac Gum Moroccan Tears

    $9.89$30.48

    Sandarac Gum


    Sandarac Gum Moroccan Tears.

    Sandarac Gum comes from the Sandaric tree (Tetraclinis articulata) from Morocco. It has a beautiful warm, light, fruity, balsamic aroma, similar to that of Frankincense. It is a lovely gum to burn in the evening as it is very soothing, calming and relaxing. It is also said to be strengthening, cleansing and clarifying.