Natural Commiphora Myrrha For Sale
Commiphora myrrha, a tree belonging to the Burseraceae family, is sometimes what we call myrrh, African myrrh, herbal myrrh, Somali myrrhor, common myrrh, or gum myrrh. This is one of the primary trees that people use to produce myrrh, a resin made from dried tree sap. The tree is native to the Arabian Peninsula (Oman, Yemen), as well as Africa. It grows well in areas with poor soil, especially those with limestone. We provide Commiphora myrrha for sale to our customers.
What You Should Know About the Background of Commiphora Myrrha for Sale?
Myrrh gum is the name for the sap-like fluid that a thorny plant belonging to the genus Commiphora generates. Resin leaks out in “tears” or small beads when a tree’s bark is torn; these beads quickly harden and eventually turn glossy and amber in color. You use dried Commiphora myrrha for sale either by itself or in combination with other components to create high-quality incense.
Ways of Using Commiphora Myrrha
Oleoresin, the name of its oil, is a very well-known term.
- You can consume our Commiphora myrrha for sale for fumigation. And it possesses anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-pest, and other qualities. Or as an emmenagogue, antispasmodic, anti-parasitic, antitussive, and astringent.
- People used it extensively in treatments for worms, wounds, and sepsis.
- Myrrh gum, a waxy resin that the Myrrh tree secretes in an attempt to close the wound, quickly coagulates, hardens, and becomes lustrous.
- Aromatic myrrh gum has been in use since ancient times in perfumery, medicine, religious ceremonies, temples, and churches to enhance spiritual experiences.