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Organic Mastic Gum
Used in food and incense
24.00 GBP
Organic Sudanese Arabic Gum
Cleanses the digestive system and the kidneys
24.00 GBP
Royal Green Omani Hojari Frankincense
Strengthens the immune system
36.00 GBP
Organic Omani Myrrh
Natural mouthwash, sanitizer and wound healer
24.00 GBP


We go above and beyond to source the best tree resins that we make our products with from organic desert and mountain farmers in Sudan and Oman. In order for our customers to truly understand the quality and purity of these ingredients that we use, we found it important to provide them to you in their raw form. These luxurious resins have been used by Arabs for hundreds of years for their countless health and beauty benefits that we wish to educate all our visitors and customers about so that we can help revive their use in modern day health and skincare routines.

Our organic Sudanese Arabic Gum (Red Hishab) is the highest grade available in the market, as it is edible and mildly sweet in taste. When diluted in water, this resin helps to cleanse the kidneys and improve the functionality of the digestive system when drunk on an empty stomach.

The second resin is our Organic Green Omani Hojari Frankincense from Salalah in Oman. This edible type of frankincense is so precious and valuable, it was only kept for the Sultan. The delicate green resins are of the highest grade of frankincense, obtained from the highest parts of the frankincense trees and are either chewed or diluted in water to cleanse the body from harmful toxins when drunk first thing in the morning. Modern day research shows that frankincense is very powerful and effective at fighting cancer cells.

The third resin is our organic Omani Myrrh from Salalah in Oman. Traditionally, myrrh pieces were diluted in water and used as a natural antiseptic on wounds, ulcers and as a powerful antibacterial mouthwash.

Lastly, we have our organic Omani Frankincense and Myrrh resins from Salalah in Oman. This grade of Frankincense and Myrrh is not edible, as it is obtained from the lower parts of the trees and is used for burning as incense, as they have a wonderful smell. Arabs have traditionally burnt this grade of frankincense and myrrh to deter evil spirits and insects from the house and for relaxation purposes. Burning this resin was also a spiritual ritual in Oman, known to help alleviate mental health problems such as stress, anxiety and depression.