Black seed, anise and olibanum
were the most widely used herbal medicines among the surveyed group of allergic patients.
) is an aromatic resin obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia and has been used in traditional medicine in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and anticancer activities (Beheshti and Karimi, 2016).
Similarly, the resin of olibanum
presents characteristics of semicrystalline polymers, such as polyester.
Source Nanoparticles References number synthesized 1 Olibanum
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2000), also employed a potent incense of laurel leaves, henbane seeds (Hyoscyamus niger), myrrh, and olibanum
. Luck, in the midst of his wealth of information on rituals and smoke in connection with the dead and Athenian fumigants made to invoke wise judgment, quotes Friedrich Pfister writing in 1914.
Which of the gifts of the Biblical Wise Men has the Latin name olibanum
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rheumatism, nervous diseases and ointments
Their incense recipe is a closely guarded secret but includes Gum Olibanum
-or frankincense -as its main ingredient.
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) is a gum from the Boswellia scara, a tree found only in the arid areas of what is modern day Oman.