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  • #31
    Re: is uunsi/frankencense safe?

    Originally posted by Umm.Hafsa View Post
    I was wondering the same thing. I also like burning bakhoor, but breathing in all that smoke doesn't seem healthy. It sure does smell great though.

    I've also read that burning wax candles, especially the ones that contain fragrance and chemicals are carcinogenic and can create toxicity in the lungs. Such a shame, I used to enjoy burning candles.
    Also potentially fatal if you've got pet birds! Just a warning to those who keep them. You don't wanna be burning or using any type of scent around them.
    Nothing is impossible with Allah:o

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    • #32
      Re: is uunsi/frankencense safe?

      Originally posted by Zulekha100 View Post
      I know the difference - but as you said, your family would burn uunsi after fajr and maghrib thought you might have confused the two.As luubaan [frankkincense] was used commonly after dua's and prayers in the homes and masjids..
      Ok and here i was thinking you didn't know the difference
      "O Allah!, Forgive all my sins, great and small, the first and the last,
      those that are apparent and those that are hidden

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      • #33
        Re: is uunsi/frankencense safe?

        Originally posted by Sirius View Post
        what is this luuban you keep talking about - you mean foh/foox.
        is it the same thing?
        yes it is the same, luubaan is the arabic word for foox.
        "O Allah!, Forgive all my sins, great and small, the first and the last,
        those that are apparent and those that are hidden

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        • #34
          Re: is uunsi/frankencense safe?

          Originally posted by Guled View Post
          Ok and here i was thinking you didn't know the difference
          Lol..Ya Salaam!
          Life creates alittle laughter and gives many reasons to cry; it gives a little but withholds far more

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