Myrrh High Grade Gum Resin Incense Tin
100% pure, natural, raw and unprocessed.
Commiphora molmol, Commiphora myrrha
Myrrh gum is the sap-like resin produced by a thorny shrub in the Commiphora genus, which includes frankincense. When the bark of the tree is cut, the resin escapes in “tears” or small beads, which harden quickly and become glossy and amber-colored with age.
Dried myrrh gum is highly fragrant and is used alone or in blends with other materials to create quality incense.
- Burn over smoldering charcoal as incense.
- Combine with Copal when using myrrh as incense.
- Add to potpourri mixes and to floral displays.
- Hang in muslin bags in closets or tuck into drawers and between linens.
- Myrrh resin is used in perfumery and in the cosmetics industry.
How to Burn Resin Incense
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