It is dark and ground into fine mesh.
Common Name: Myrrh; also known as Myrh, Myrhh, Myrha, Myrra, Murr, Mir or Gold Frankincense.
Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha, Commiphora abyssinica and Commiphora Schimperi.
The Commiphora myrrha tree is commonly found in the countries that make up the horn of Africa (Somalia, Eritrea and Ethiopia).
The taste is bitter, but its fragrance is attractive. It bears an earthy, oaky, moist scent with a sweet cinnamon like flare when burned.
Constituents: Alcohol soluble resin, Volatile oils, Water-soluble gum & Sterols.
• Special effects in film
• Natural Candles
• Temples, Mosques and Churches as consecrated incense
• Air freshener
• Fragrance i.e. perfumes, cologne.
• Natural soaps
• Ayurvedic Medicine
• Aroma Therapy
From a scientific/naturopathic standpoint, the lampshade has been lifted to cast a fresh luminescence upon the positive affects of Myrrh. Check out our short list below:
• As an astringent it provides pain relief when burned i.e. stress, headaches
• Can provide relief from skin conditions i.e. eczema, rashes
• Helps to clear the upper respiratory tracts when burned
• Natural hygiene product (kills harmful bacteria)
The information above is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease, sickness or other ailments.
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This product is not to be consumed.
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