Wood & resin incense 

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Styrax Benjoin

This Asian incense is a sweet and light incense that has purifying and antiseptic virtues.


The natural camphor in the form of pieces will facilitate the combustion.

Djaoui Rouge

Red djaoui is an incense resin made from benzoin, also known as styrax.

Somalia frankincense - luban

Have the privilege of perfuming your interior with an ancient incense from afar:Somali frankincense.

Myrrhe du Soudan

Sudan myrrh is an incense resin from the Burseraceae family

Djaoui Blanc

The white djaoui is an incense resin that is part of a class of benzoin.


This incense resin comes from the Bursera spp tree from Indonesia.

Luban Bakhour

How about transforming your interior into an oriental palace? The olibanum and bakhour is anatural incense with the irresistible odor of oud. Its fumigation is an olfactory journey. But it'salso a therapeutic session.

Djaoui noir

The black djaoui is an incense resin extracted from a tree also called Benjoin, it is used to give a good odor of incense.

Yemeni Frankincense Luban - Boswellia carteri

The ancestral luban frankincense originated in Yemen.

Poudre d'oliban Sale!

The guggul comes from Commiphora Mukul.

Oliban Kastouri Luban

Head to India with our Frankincense / Kasturi musk. You will first be transported by itsoriental fragrance with animal and woody notes. Then, you will be soothed and relaxed by its manybenefits.

Myrrhe Inde

Myrrh comes from Commiphora Myrrha

Ethiopia Myrrh - Pure Incense

In our range of incense, find Ethiopia Myrrh. This gum-resinaromatic has an oriental and suave scent, with a sweet touch. 

Yemeni Myrrh - Commiphora Myrrha

Myrrh is a gum-resin, which is extracted from the bark of the balsam tree called "myrrh tree". It is an anti-bacterial and very powerful analgesic. Myrrh is known to relieve mouth infections such as sore throat or gingivitis. It is also applied to the skin to heal wounds.

Dragon Blood

This incense is a resinous gum from the fruit of Rotang (India)

Djaoui Marron

An incense resin from benzoin that is very old.

Somalia Myrrh Out
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First choice myrrh resin from Somalia. Its scent reminiscent of lemon and rosemary.Very aromatic, it exalts by the heat of the hand or the breath. Its flavor is quite bitter.

Copal Blanc Ethiopie Out
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Copal is a semi-fossil resin that is close to amber.

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Wood & resin incense

Incense resin

These were the most precious gifts one could imagine two millennia ago. In 
fact, at the time the incense resin was worth its weight in gold! 

What is frankincense resin? 

The incense resin naturally cleanses the atmosphere gently. However, it can be 
chewed and has a slightly bitter taste, and has a pleasant, very spicy scent. 
Used for 6000 years as a flavoring and panacea, this aromatic resin comes from 
the tree of the genus Boswellia. However, this shrub only grows between the Horn of Africa and 
India, and parts of southern China.

Frankincense resin is known and cited in some religions and described as a 
precious gift True, this high value can also be found in history. 
For example, this room fragrance represented a real means of payment and adulation 
of high religious dignitaries. 

In fact, this high estimate came from difficult harvesting and extraction in addition to 
hazardous transport. Thus, due to the preciousness and the transport, a trade route 
developed in his country of origin Dhofer (now Oman). 

This is also called the incense route. Moreover, in Oman, frankincense is still 
considered one of the rarest and most expensive.

Burseraceae (balsam tree) is the frankincense tree family. It seems that its name 
comes from the German doctor and botanist Joachim Burser. 

The value of frankincense resin is determined by its color, size, and 
oil concentration The most expensive grade, known as hojari, comes from a narrow belt with 
a dry microclimate in the Dhofar mountains.

Today, this area is part of what is called the Land of Oliban, a 
UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Enjoy a subtle product like Copal Blanc Ethiopia which will refresh your interior in 
a delicate way. Or Dragon Blood from the fruit of Rotang in India.

How to use incense resin?

Apart from its classic use, you can chew a few pieces and absorb 
the active ingredients of the resin. Spit out the gum arabic that remains after chewing and 
discard it.


When the product is burned, remove any flammable material. Keep out of reach of 
children and people with respiratory problems.