A REMARKABLE ACIENT TREE
A 2013 study by University of Leicester researchers indicated that frankincense contains a compound AKBA (acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid) that targets cancer cells, including ovarian, brain, breast, colon, pancreatic, prostate, and stomach cancers. According to researchers out of Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, frankincense helps regulate the cellular epigenetic machinery, which highlights its ability to influence genes to promote healing.
In addition to all the supportive internal health benefits, many women and men alike, are using frankincense for beauty and skin regeneration. It’s a cost effective, safe alternative to many chemical filled over the counter and prescription beauty products.