Myrrh Gum Granules

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Myrrh Gum Granules

Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha
Description: Myrrh is mainly found in Ethiopia, Somalia, Saudi-Arabia, Iran and Thailand.
It is a material that has been used in perfumes, incense, and embalming for thousands of years.
Its astringent, antiseptic properties have been used to treat acne as well as mild inflammatory conditions. Along with this, Myrrh is especially good for wrinkled, chapped and cracked skin, as it has soothing & calming effects.
Myrrh is most commonly used in Chinese medicine for rheumatic, arthritic and circulatory problems.
Myrrh is used more frequently in Ayurveda, Unani medicine and Western herbalism, which ascribe to it tonic and rejuvenative properties. Myrrh (Daindhava) is used in many rasayana formulas in Ayurveda, formulas which are non-toxic tonics which will strengthen anyone regardless of constitutional type.
In western pharmacy this herb is a powerful antiseptic and is a strong cleaning and healing agent, soothing the body and speeding the healing process. It is most often used in mouthwashes, gargles and tooth pastes for fighting and preventing gum disease. Myrrh is currently used in some liniments, healing salves that may be applied to abrasions and other minor skin ailments.
Contraindications; Outside of this form myrrh is contraindicated for pregnant women or women with excessive uterine bleeding. It should not be used with evidence of kidney dysfunction or stomach pain. Best used as 5% or less of a formula.

Specification Documents

Myrrh Gum Granules Spec.pdf
Myrrh Gum Granules SDS.pdf
Myrrh Gum Granules Allergens.pdf