Myrrh Gum Pieces

Best known as one of the gifts brought to the infant Jesus, myrrh resin has a sweet, woodsy fragrance that's been used as incense for millennia. These dried resin pieces can be smoked in a brazier or censor, or in your wood-burning fireplace, for a wonderful sweet aroma.


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Myrrh is the resin of the Commiphora myrrhus tree. The bark of this small, thorny tree is lightly scored, causing the sap to seep out. The beads of dried sap, dried and hardened, are a common incense, as well as being used in perfumes and traditional medicines.

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