Frankincense is the aromatic resin of the Boswellia tree and is grown throughout the Horn of Africa and Arabian Peninsula. This sweet and woodsy resin has been traded for thousands of years and plays an important role in biblical history. The aroma is known for its calming, relaxing, and purifying qualities. Frankincense can be combined with Myrrh resin or simply burned on its own. Charcoal disk and charcoal-safe burner is required for proper burning.
CAUTION: Use caution when smudging. We recommend using a ceramic or stone bowl with sand to extinguish your smudge stick after use. Never leave lit smudge or incense unattended. Keep away from children, pets, and flammable objects such as curtains
Admittedly, I did no research on this. While I am familiar with Frankincense, I was not aware that the resin requires a separate burn/flame source. You will want to do your homework here to know how to burn the resin. It’s not the same as simply lighting an incense stick