The materials include agarwood, sandalwood, clove, dipterocarp, Frankincense, and other herbs. Clove incense has a rich, deep spicy aroma with a refreshing hint, it is often prescribed to help ease respiratory problems, such as cough, colds, sinusitis, and asthma. Dipterocarp, also known as borneol, is spicy, bitter, and slightly cold; good for heart, liver, and lungs, it is a great fragrance and has the effect of refreshing, dispelling poison, and clearing eyes. Frequently used to treat fever, dizziness, stroke, heat stroke, sore throat and to sooth headache. The word frankincense comes from the term “franc encens,” which means quality incense in old French. Frankincense has been associated with many different religions over the years, especially the Christian religion, as it was one of the first gifts given to Jesus by the wise men. Studies have demonstrated that frankincense has immune-enhancing abilities that may help destroy dangerous bacteria, viruses and even cancers. Researchers at Mansoura University in Egypt conducted a lab study and found that frankincense oil exhibits strong immunostimulant activity. It can be used to prevent germs from forming on the skin, mouth or in your home. This is the reason many people choose to use frankincense to naturally relieve oral health problems; the antiseptic qualities of this oil may help prevent gingivitis, bad breath, cavities, toothaches, mouth sores and other infections from occurring. Research suggests that frankincense oil can be used to improve memory and learning functions. And some animal studies even show that using frankincense during pregnancy may increase the memory of a mother’s offspring. In one such study, when pregnant rats received frankincense orally during their gestation period, there was a significant increase in the power of learning, short-term memory and long-term memory of their offspring. Frankincense oil may reduce symptoms associated with menstruation and menopause by balancing hormone levels, although the research on this topic is limited. It has been used to help relieve pain, cramps, constipation, headaches, anxiety, nausea, fatigue and mood swings. Frankincense oil may also help with regulating estrogen production and may reduce the risk of tumor or cyst development in premenopausal women.| Animal studies have shown that frankincense oil can be used as a fertility promoting agent, which may be due to the oil’s chemical structure acting similarly to that of steroids. When frankincense was used on rats internally, it increased fertility, and the number of implantations and viable fetuses, which suggests that the oil may possibly increase sperm motility and density. When blended together, the aroma emits a radiant feel, like a breath of sunlight. The smells make people open their hearts, penetrate dark clouds, like the warm light rays of the morning sun, transforming into inner happiness, regardless of how depressed you are.