Fragrant Myrrh from Ethiopia

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Sweeten the air in your home with sacred Myrrh Gum Resin Pieces (Commiphora myrrha) from Ethiopia. Traditionally used in incense, for wicca, and during meditation.

Along with Frankincense, Myrrh is probably one of the most well known natural oleoresins in the world. Famous for its use since biblical times as medicine, fragrance and incense, Myrrh has been at times, worth its weight in gold.

One of the most precious commodities in the ancient world, this aromatic oleoresin still keeps its value as a component in perfumes and incense.

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Sweeten the air in your home with sacred Myrrh Gum Resin Pieces (Commiphora myrrha) from Ethiopia. Traditionally used in incense, for wicca, and during meditation.

Along with Frankincense, Myrrh is probably one of the most well known natural oleoresins in the world. Famous for its use since biblical times as medicine, fragrance and incense, Myrrh has been at times, worth its weight in gold.

One of the most precious commodities in the ancient world, this aromatic oleoresin still keeps its value as a component in perfumes and incense.

Medicinally, it is sometimes considered a “heal-all” for oral care. A simple tincture of the raw oleoresin, or essential oil, in alcohol/water, added to a saline mouth rinse is traditionally used as a treatment for oral issues and sore throats. It is a powerful anti-fungal and has been used successfully to treat fungal infections of the skin and nails. Myrrh contains 2 compounds that are analgesic and may help reduce pain. NOTE: This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice and should not be relied on as health or personal advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.

The name Myrrh is rooted in The Aramaic word for bitter. “Mar, Mor”. It lives up to its name with a wonderfully rich, sweet, stimulating bitterness. Some associate this with the names Mary, Miriam, Mariam, and believe it to mean the bitter of the sea, the froth of the sea. (Sometimes associated with the Goddess Astarte, Ashtoreth).

 

 

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Ethiopia via China

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