Myrrh Oil; USES OF MYRRH – PURIFICATION, PERFUMERY & MORE!

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!

Myrrh {Commiphora molmol syn. C. myrrha}

Also, Known As: Bola Gum Myrrh Tree Mu-yao Myrrh Myrrh is indigenous to Ethiopia and Somalia in Africa as well as the Arabian Peninsula and belongs to the small trees of the family Burseraceae. Basically, myrrh is said to be an oleo-gum-resin or a combination of capricious oil, gum and resin (a semi-solid substance contained … Continue reading Myrrh {Commiphora molmol syn. C. myrrha}

Myrrh {Commiphora molmol syn. C. myrrha}

Also, Known As: Bola Gum Myrrh Tree Mu-Yao Myrrh Myrrh is indigenous to Ethiopia and Somalia in Africa as well as the Arabian Peninsula and belongs to the small trees of the family Burseraceae. Basically, myrrh is said to be an oleo-gum-resin or a combination of capricious oil, gum, and resin (a semi-solid substance contained … Continue reading Myrrh {Commiphora molmol syn. C. myrrha}