Scents of the Bible perfume offers three of the most widely referenced perfumes mentioned in the Bible. Perfumes in biblical times were equal in worth to gold and silver. From the Song of Solomon which mentions Spikenard and saffron, Frankincense and myrrh, to the gifts of the three wise men, Frankincense, and Myrrh, to the anointing of Jesus with the perfumed spikenard oil from an alabaster flask, perfumes are reserved in the Bible for important events.
This set of three bottles of Biblical fragrances is imported from Israel. The perfumes are frankincense, myrrh, and spikenard (also known as nard). Each comes in a 8ml bottle. These scents of the Bible perfumes are produced in the Holy Land in the timeless tradition of the perfumes made in Biblical times.