Myrrh’s uses span as early as 600 BC when it was used for embalming and fumigation in Ancient Egypt. It was also used as an ingredient in incense and perfume but is now more popular for its ability to support skin healing.
Supports skin healing
Calms the mind
Botanical Name:Commiphora myrrha
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Plant Part: Gum Resin
Plant Description: Though classified as a shrub, Myrrh can grow up to 30 feet in height. The trunk exudes a natural oleo resin that hardens into what is classified as reddish brown 'tears'.
Aroma: Soft, spicy, and woody with a slightly musky note