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Myrrh, Ethiopian Select
Form: Resin pieces with some powder and bark
Unit size: 1 ounce
Other names: Mo Yoa, Bola
Esoteric Uses: Purification, scrying of images, calming of emotions
Esoteric Associations: Moon, Water, sometimes Saturn
Incense Aroma: A smooth, true Myrrh with its usual watery-latex aroma
Myrrh resin is the penultimate scent of the Element of Water. Myrrh was used by the Ancient Egyptians in their embalming process and for ritual fumigations in many different ancient cultures. A common ingredient in many different incense blends, Myrrh resin is said to add potency to other resins. This Myrrh is pleasant and of decent quality for its economical price.
Myrrh is a pungent, stimulating, astringent, carminative, astringent and aromatic herb, that has good antiseptic and expectorant properties. It is useful to relieve spasms, assist healing, fight inflammation, and reduce digestive discomfort.
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Posted by Joe on 11th Mar 2015
Resin and some woody bits mixed in. I burn it in a flame/spoon type burner, it does great.
Posted by Harry Coburn on 23rd Sep 2014
If you burn a big chunk of it, it's spicy as heck. If you grind it to rice-grain size, it has a strong woody note. These notes come through stronger than the water-latex smell in the description. Its complexity makes this my favorite myrrh.