Details: The timeless beauty of Myrrh’s potential still stuns the world today. It is considered an aromatic resin that comes from the same plant family as Frankincense. It is harvested from trees in the Commiphora family in India and is considered bitter and spicy. Myrrh has a slightly earthy scent that is like black licorice. It is often used in religious ceremonies today – just as it was many centuries ago. Try this classic today and be amazed at it's numerous resolves.
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