Myrrh Resin Incense

Myrrh Resin Incense

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Goloka Myrrh resin has a smoky, sweet or sometimes bitter smell, which is extracted from a number of small, thorny trees. Classical texts of Ayurveda, which dates back thousands of years, used to use myrrh for wound healing, digestive health and to balance women's issues, and many more. The ancient Egyptians also used myrrh for healing, as well as spiritual rituals. It is traditionally burned incense which repels fleas and mosquitoes.

BOTANICAL NAME: Commiphora myrrha

ORIGIN: Africa

Incense resins are the original incense. The practice of burning resins – which are simply solid fragrant resin harvested from various trees – is thousands of years old. Burning resins was (and still is) an important part of religious and spiritual rituals and celebrations in many different cultures all around the world. Incense resins are burned on charcoal tablets, which you can find here. We recommend burning charcoal tablets on a bed of sand in a heatproof bowl or cauldron.