HISTORY OF MYRRH OIL USAGE Also known as Bol, Bola, Hirabol, Merra, and Gum, Myrrh is a natural, aromatic, sap-like resin or “gum” that is derived from the small, thorny Commiphora myrrha tree, which is related to the Frankincense tree. Native to Egypt, Myrrh is commonly used in Africa and the Middle East. The name Myrrh comes … Continue reading Myrrh Oil; USES OF MYRRH – PURIFICATION, PERFUMERY & MORE!
The following report contains updates on the current trends in production and availability of the most in-demand Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, and Raw Materials sourced from around the globe. Macadamia Oil – Refined Macadamia nuts are harvested from February to April. There are no issues with the current growing conditions. This year's harvest yield is … Continue reading MARKET REPORT OCTOBER 2019