HighlightsQualities: Smoky, bitter, earthy
Properties: Tree resin
Cultivation: Wildharvested Cultivation Definitions
Myrrh has been held in high regard since antiquity. It is extracted from the thorned tree genus Commiphora. It has a smoky, bitter, earthy scent and an enchanting history. Coupled with a variety of analgesic and antiseptic qualities, it is used in everything from meditative rituals to restorative therapies.
Extraction method: Wild-harvested tree resin. Raw.
Shelf life: Indefinite when stored properly
Storage: Keep sealed in a cool, dry, dark place. Heat, oxygen, and light degrade the product.
To burn as incense, place a charcoal round on a fireproof surface, hollow side up. Carefully light the round with a match or lighter. The round will begin to spark. When the sparking dies down somewhat, sprinkle a few pieces of resin atop the charcoal. A little goes a long way. Take extra caution as charcoal round and surface around it will become quite hot. Burn in a well-ventilated area and do not inhale the smoke.
100% pure Commiphora myrrha resin