Myrrh Gum Resin Incense Peas Tears

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Latin Name : Commiphora Myrrha

Commiphora Myrrha, commonly known as myrrh, is a small tree or shrub native to the Arabian Peninsula and East Africa. Myrrh is harvested by making incisions in the bark of the Commiphora myrrha tree, allowing the resin to ooze out and harden into reddish-brown tears or lumps. The resin has a distinctive, aromatic fragrance. The tree is also known for its ability to adapt to arid environments and is considered a valuable resource in traditional medicine and cultural practices.

– Myrrh contains compounds that possess anti-inflammatory properties, which may help relieve respiratory issues such as coughs, colds, and bronchitis.

– It can help fight against bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

– It may help reduce plaque, prevent gum disease, and freshen breath.

– Myrrh may help soothe irritated skin, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.

- Myrrh resin can be burned as incense. Simply light a charcoal disc designed for burning resins, place it in a heat-resistant container, and sprinkle some small pieces of myrrh resin on top of it. - You can add myrrh resin to homemade skincare products such as creams, lotions, and balms to help promote healthy skin.
- While it's generally safe when used in recommended amounts, excessive consumption can lead to adverse effects such as kidney damage or heart issues. - Some individuals may experience skin irritation or allergic reactions when myrrh is applied topically. - Ingesting myrrh in large amounts may cause gastrointestinal discomfort, including nausea, vomiting, or diarrhoea. - Pregnant women should avoid using myrrh internally as it may potentially cause uterine contractions and complications during pregnancy.

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