How to Use Myrrh for Parasites?

Answer Myrrh is a plant resin extract whose use dates back to biblical times. The Commiphora or Balasmodendron myrrha trees populate the Mediterranean region, and the sap leaks from fissures in the bark o... Read More »

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Use of Myrrh Oil?

The myrrh plant is indigenous to the African countries of Somalia and Ethiopia, as well as the Arabian peninsula. The essential oil is extracted from the resin of myrrh. In addition to using the oi... Read More »

How Did the Greeks Use Myrrh?

The ancient Greeks valued aromatic plants and the substances they extracted from them as healing agents. One such substance was myrrh, a bitter-tasting resin derived from the Commiphora genus of fl... Read More »

How to Grow Myrrh?

Myrrh is not a plant itself, but a resin from the Commiphora shrub, which grows in northern Africa and the Middle East. The shrub grows to about 12 feet high, and needs sunny and dry conditions to ... Read More »

What Perfume Contains Myrrh?

Myrrh is a pungent plant resin that has been described as having a spicy or balsamic fragrance. It comes from Commiphora trees primarily grown in the Arabian peninsula and northeast Africa. The onl... Read More »