Jan Willem Middag

Jan Willem Middag

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Guggul is an herbal remedy made from the Commiphora mukul tree, also known as the mukul myrrh tree. The gum resin in the tree has been used for thousands.

Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)

In ancient times, Myrrh was so valued it was worth its weight in gold. Popular in everything from religious ceremonies to perfumes to medicines, Myrrh has power

Μύρο (Commiphora Myrrha) –   Το μύρο είναι μια αρωματική ρητίνη που εκχυλίζεται από το δέντρο Com...

Μύρο (Commiphora Myrrha) – Το μύρο είναι μια αρωματική ρητίνη που εκχυλίζεται από το δέντρο Com...

Information on the Common and Traditional Uses of the Herb Myrrh (Commiphora…

Information on the Common and Traditional Uses of the Herb Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) and Its Side Effects, Medicinal Properties and Health Benefits

Balsamodendron Myrrha, or the Commiphora tree, also known as Myrrh tree, grows still in Ethiopia, Somalia, and Southern Yemen as seen in red on this map of the Horn of Africa. The resin it produces was prized by ancient Egyptian royals and clergy, as it grew in the land of their genesis as a people. / Ity, queen of the Khebestyu people ('the people whose men wear the Khebeset beard of Osiris') of Punt, and her husband, Parahu, offer a gold platter filled with odoriferous red resins to…

Balsamodendron Myrrha, or the Commiphora tree, also known as Myrrh tree, grows still in Ethiopia, Somalia, and Southern Yemen as seen in red on this map of the Horn of Africa. The resin it produces was prized by ancient Egyptian royals and clergy, as it grew in the land of their genesis as a people. / Ity, queen of the Khebestyu people ('the people whose men wear the Khebeset beard of Osiris') of Punt, and her husband, Parahu, offer a gold platter filled with odoriferous red resins to…