Incense: Myrrh Resin Organic

Incense: Myrrh Resin Organic
Country of Origin: Somaliland
Botanical Name: Commiphora Myrrha
Method of Cultivation: Certified USDA Organic
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Commiphora Myrrha Resin is our directly sourced oleo gum resin harvested from the plains and hills of Eastern Africa. This deep reddish-brown resin is especially important for oral health. Marinate in water for a few days in an enclosed container for use as a dental rinse. Also encourages circulation, simulates the immune system, and encourages a woman's natural cycle.
  • 100% natural, wild-harvested gum resin
  • Healing properties: Oral health, circulatory aid, immunostimulant, emmenogogue
  • Other uses: incense

Important Note: avoid during pregnancy

A timeless incense and natural remedy, Commiphora Myrrha Resin is directly sourced from the tree to you with no additives or alterations.

Product of Somaliland. Certified Organic.

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