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Lifting the veil on Queen of Sheba's perfume

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It is one of the oldest fragrances in the world, mentioned more than twenty times in the Bible. Now researchers have discovered the components that give frankincense its distinctive odor: two molecules found for the first time in nature, named "olibanic acids" by the scientists.
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