Bal, Bdellium, Bol, Comniphora molmol, Comniphora myrrha, Guggal Resin, Gum Myrrh, Heerabol, Mo Yao, Opopanax
Yemen, Somalia and Ethiopia
Resin from the tree
When Myrrh is used for burning in resin form, it is advisable to use a couple of nuggets on a charcoal.
Myrrh was in ancient times worth its weight in gold, it was an extremely precious commodity. The ancient Egyptians used it for embalming the dead. It is extremely purifying and cleansing to the enviroment and is known to have anti-bacteria properties. Famously it is also known to be one of the sacred gifts brought to the baby Christ by the Magi.
Volatile oil, resin (myrrhin), gum, ash, salts, sulphates, benzoates, malates, and acetates of potassa.