Myrrh Gum goes by many names, Myrrh tree, guggal gum, guggal resin and many more. Myrrh is traditionally used as burned incense which repels mosquitoes and other bugs, and is thought to be effective for pain relief, including menstrual pain. Myrrh Gum is a bitter tasting rubber sap that secretes naturally from the bark of the tree and becomes a resin when it solidifies. The color can be white brown, brown yellow, red yellow, red-brown or brown-black. It is also believed that the use of myrrh promotes healing, making it a popular ingredient in veterinary and healing salves.
THIS LISTING IS FOR 1LB MYRRH GUM ( 16 OZ )
Each herb possesses unique ways of helping you to stay healthy and support your body, mind, and spirit. Herbs are used for a variety of purposes. In addition to medicines, herbs are often used for making teas, bathing, body care products, flower essences, supplements, and as fragrances.
Many thousands of years after mankind uncovered the medicinal and spiritual use of these plants, scientists have acquired the tools that were needed to figure out how they worked and confirm their effectiveness. You can see an example of this in scientific articles confirming the effectiveness of elderberry improving your immune system with thousands of antioxidants and even anticarcinogenic effects!
We encourage you to do your research before ingesting any herb. This is especially true if you are taking any medications, as many herbs interact with specific types of medications (St. Johns Wort and Antidepressants for example, causes serotonin syndrome, which can be fatal). Always consult your doctor before trying to treat, diagnose, or cure any medical condition, as they know what is best specifically for you.