Commipohra Myrrh Resin
Commiphora Myrrh Resin: Sweet, Woody, and Slightly Smoky or Earthy
Country of Origin: Somalia
Purposes: Cosmetic Therapy, Cosmetics, Herbal Medicine
Manufacturer: Nagaad Family – From Ethically Harvested to Finished Product
Country of Origin: Somalia
Method of Harvesting: Hand Picked from wild grown Commiphora Tree
Tree: Commiphora Myrrh Tree
Resin: 100% Natural Organic Super Commipohra Myrrh Resin
Traceability: Wild harvested through Nagaad Organic COC (Chain of Custody) Network
Properties: Relaxing, Calming, Meditative & More Antiseptic, anti-parasitic, analgesic, treatment for headaches, throat ailments, paralysis, and indigestion.
Certifications: ECOCERT, USDA ORGANIC (NOP), ISO, GMP, Organic Consumers Alliance, Aroma Therapy (IFA, IFPA) & Halal Certified
About Commiphora Myrrh Resin
Organic Commiphora Myrrh Resin
The thorny shrubs of Commiphora Myrrha, growing wildly and naturally in Somalia, actively produce this resin. When these shrubs are cut, they actively release a pale yellow/white viscous liquid from natural cracks in the bark or fissures. This exudation naturally hardens into a reddish-yellow mass when air-dried, often containing white patches. We actively produce it in three grades depending on the environment in which it grows. The resin gum obtained from the Commiphora Myrrha tree is indeed a superior resin, also recognized as Myrrh. Myrrh has played a pivotal role in the religious ceremonies of ancient societies, and this tradition continues to this day.
Aromatic gum resins actively contain volatile oils that find extensive applications in practices such as incense and aromatherapy.
Highly valued in ancient times for its medicinal properties, resins are still actively recognized for their potential even today.
Resins are actively obtained from trees of the Boswellia and Commiphora families. Used as early as 1500 BC, the dried resin from the frankincense tree has multiple applications. When the crystallized pieces are burned, they emit a permeating scent with a positive aura, known for its peaceful, meditative, and stress-relieving properties.
The process of resin tapping for harvesting is performed a few times a year, following a refined and dedicated process. Renowned for its historic legacy, resins have a rich history of being used for the treatment of various ailments, including throat infections, asthma management, tumor growth, ulcers, and relief from fever symptoms.
Nagaad Gums actively produce high-quality Commiphora Myrrh Resin in three grades based on the environment in which it is grown.
Traditionally, Myrrh has been actively used for its antiseptic and anti-parasitic properties. It has also been reported to treat ailments such as headaches, throat issues, paralysis, and indigestion. Myrrh is widely used in religious ceremonies.
In commercial applications, Myrrh has become a highly important product for essential oils and is greatly valued for this purpose. It is also used as a component of fragrances and as an astringent in mouthwashes and gargles. In addition, Myrrh serves as a fragrance in cosmetics and as a flavoring agent in foods.
Wildly crafted with no preservatives, this product is 100% organic and naturally obtained from the stem of the Commiphora Myrrha tree. It is a 100% pure product from Nagaad Resins and Gums. Wildly crafted, with no preservatives, it is composed of 100% organic ingredients, obtained by tapping the stems of Commiphora tree species to release the gum.
Benefits & uses
Commiphora Myrrh resin boasts a rich history in traditional medicine systems, trusted for generations for its potential health benefits.
Myrrh is your ally in maintaining a healthy smile. It can promote gum health, combat bad breath, and soothe mouth irritations.
Immerse yourself in the soothing world of aromatherapy with Myrrh essential oil. Its calming properties can help you relax and find balance.
Discover the secret to radiant skin. Myrrh is often found in skincare products, where it can improve skin tone, reduce wrinkles, and address blemishes.
Myrrh has been used to speed up wound healing and protect against infections when applied topically.
When you’re under the weather, Myrrh can be your go-to. It may help ease coughs, congestion, and respiratory discomfort.
Combat inflammation and pain naturally. Myrrh’s anti-inflammatory properties can provide relief, particularly for arthritis sufferers.
Embrace the spiritual and religious significance of Myrrh resin, used in various cultural ceremonies, incense, and rituals.
A Fragrant World:
Myrrh’s captivating aroma makes it a priced ingredient in perfumes, incense, and scented candles.
In the midst of a busy world, Myrrh can be your sanctuary. Use it in relaxation practices like meditation to find tranquility and reduce stress.
Myrrh tinctures are a versatile remedy, addressing digestive issues and menstrual pain, among other concerns. Antiseptic, anti-parasitic, analgesic, treatment for headaches, throat ailments, paralysis, and indigestion. Widely used in the cosmetics industries
Commiphora myrrha, commonly known as myrrh, has been used for various applications throughout history, primarily for its aromatic and medicinal properties. Here are some application sectors for Commiphora myrrha:
Myrrh has a long history of use in traditional medicine, particularly in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antimicrobial properties. It has been used to treat various ailments, including respiratory issues, digestive problems, and skin conditions.
Myrrh essential oil is used in aromatherapy for its calming and grounding effects. It is often used to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance meditation practices.
Myrrh has been used in oral care products such as mouthwashes and toothpaste for its antibacterial properties. It can help maintain oral hygiene and address issues like gingivitis and bad breath.
Myrrh’s rich and earthy fragrance is used in perfumery to create exotic and woody scents. It is often used as a base note in perfumes and colognes.
Religious and Spiritual Practices:
Myrrh resin has significant cultural and religious importance. It has been used as incense in various religious rituals and ceremonies for its symbolic and aromatic properties.
Myrrh is sometimes added to skincare products such as creams and lotions due to its potential skin-soothing and anti-aging properties. It may help with skin issues like acne and wrinkles.
Myrrh has been historically used to aid in wound healing and reduce inflammation. It can be applied topically to minor cuts and abrasions.
In some cultures, myrrh is still used as a remedy for conditions like arthritis, indigestion, and respiratory problems.
Myrrh resin may be used as a flavouring agent in food and beverages, especially in traditional dishes in certain regions.
Myrrh has been explored for its potential as a natural preservative in the food industry due to its antimicrobial properties.
How to use
Commiphora myrrh resin is a versatile and aromatic natural substance with a rich history of use in various applications. Here’s how you can make the most of this precious resin:
Burning Myrrh as Incense:
Grind or break myrrh resin into small pieces. Place the resin on a charcoal disc or in an incense burner. Ignite the charcoal and allow it to smolder, releasing the captivating aroma of myrrh.
It may be used topically or orally in tinctures, powders, or capsules for its potential anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.
Spiritual and Ritual Practices:
Include myrrh resin in spiritual ceremonies and rituals. Its use symbolizes purification and connection to ancient traditions.
Crafts and Decor:
Incorporate myrrh resin into DIY crafts or home decor projects. Its unique appearance and scent can enhance your creative endeavors.
Store with Care:
Keep myrrh resin in an airtight container away from direct sunlight and moisture to preserve its freshness.
|4.330 × 1.77 × 5.511 in
Cosmetic Therapy, Cosmetics, Herbal Medicine