Myrrh Resin Incense 2.4 oz Jar.
The queen of incense. For those ready to take the next step to resin incense. Place 1/4 to 1/2 tsp on top of a burning charcoal briquete.Use straight single scent or make a blend with other resins and essential oils.
Aroma: Oriental wood. Intention: Purification Myrrh is a natural aromatic resin derived from the Commiphora myrrha tree. It has been used for thousands of years in mystical and spiritual ceremonies around the world for its purification and medicinal properties. This all-natural, pure incense can be burnt alone or added to other blends.
Name explanation: Myrrh comes from the Arabic word "mur," and is the aromatic resin of some small, thorny tree species of the genus Commiphora. Abundant with medicinal qualities, this all-natural resin is used often in Eastern medicines. It is mentioned in the Bible as part of a consecrated incense. Tips for burning Myrrh -- try covering the charcoal with a layer of sand or ash before adding resin to cool the incense and reduce scorching and burning. Change resin often when spent.
Empowered and blessed with various qualities, these all-natural resin mixtures are heavenly fragranced jewels of blessings.