A small handful would range from the size of seeds to the size of beads. The color of the gum ranges from a crystal crude yellow to a dusky brown.
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, bears an oaky and earthy scent. It has a sweet cinnamon like flare when burned.
Constituents: Alcohol soluble resin, Volatile oils, Water-soluble gum & Sterols.
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:
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