Health Benefits of Incense

Incense is one of the best ways to keep your room smelling lovely. However, it has many other benefits people may not be familiar with. Here are the top 10 benefits of incense:

Improves blood circulation

Boswellic acid is an ingredient in a popular incense known as frankincense. Boswellic acid is known for its anti-inflammatory effects and improving blood flow and circulation. This helps combat the inflammatory effects of arthritis, cysts, and Crohn’s disease.

Can help with meditation

If you are having trouble sleeping at night, incense may be just as effective as sleeping pills. As mentioned before, it helps reduce anxiety by slowing down the nervous system, which causes your body and mind to relax. There are a plethora of scents you can choose to from to help make your dreams smell nice. Lavender, vanilla, jasmine and many other can help you sleep.

Reduces anxiety

A study on the effect of incense on women who were about to receive a breast biopsy indicated that incense did reduce anxiety on some level. Out of the two used, lavender-sandalwood incense was more effective than orange peppermint incense.

Reduces scars

If you suffer from bad skin you may want to consider the use of incense as a form of treatment. Frankincense has properties of helping the skin heal faster. Frankincense is known for having an infective potential, so this can help healing boils, scars, and pimples. So, in addition to acne creams and such, consider adding some nice scents to help you out with your skin.

Improves the immune system

system – When burning incense, it can be used as an antiseptic and a disinfectant. It can be applied to wounds to help prevent Infection as well as help heal internal wounds.

Aids the respiratory system

Incense can help you combat bronchitis, asthma, sinusitis, frequent colds and allergies. Just inhale a small amount of it everyday and you will see results. There are a plethora of scents you can choose to from to help make your dreams smell nice.

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A burning incense stick placed on the intricate wooden carvings of the Pashupatinath (Yaksheswor Mahadev) Temple in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Bhaktapur is listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

There are more advantages to burning incense than simply making the room smell nice. It has other benefits that can help your overall health and mentality!

Scents, aromas, fragrances (however you describe them) can be used to trigger specific responses. For instance; to encourage relaxation, aid sleep, promote concentration, stimulate creativity, increase motivation and heighten sexual desire. In addition, there’s also a whole raft of religious, aesthetic and practical reasons. A further dimension is that specific fragrances or ingredients can be used for specific purposes.

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Below, we explore these attributes and uses for Incense,
highlight various benefits and suggest fragrances for occasions and purposes.

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