Myrrh Incense Cones - 10 Jumbo Cones
In the West, Myrrh has been used as incense in religious and cultural ceremonies since ancient times; in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, they are used mainly for the treatment of chronic diseases. The main chemical constituents of Myrrh are terpenoids and essential oils.
MYRRH is the oleoresin of the Commiphora myrrha shrub, known to be used as incense for more than 3500 years, and was the basis of many early perfumes. The aroma is spicy and delicate, with a balsamic undertone, and is considered to be profoundly calming and restorative.
Myrrh is great for anti-bacterial, respiratory health, skin and oral health, for pain and swelling, and as an antioxidant. It is traditionally used when one encounters a cold or cough. Myrrh lifts one's spirit, grounds the being, and allows for further spiritual awakening.