This product is collected from the Nagarparker region (Sindh province) of Pakistan. It is considered to be the purest form of guggal resin. It is a luster orange, covered with a translucent black crude oil color, giving it a shiny brown finish.
Common Name: Gum Guggal, Commiphora Wightii, Gugal, Guggul, Indian Bdellium-tree or Mukul Myrrh tree.
Botanical Name: Commiphora Mukul
The Commiphora Mukul belongs to the Burseraceae plant family, and can be found in parts of North Africa and Central Asia. Most commonly India, and Pakistan.
Gum Guggal has a very similar fragrance to Myrrh when burned, and is known to smell very earthy and moist.
Constituents: Guggulipids, Guggulsterones, Glabredin
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