Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh)
It comes from the Copal Family (Burseraceae)
Commiphora myrrha is indigenous to eastern Mediterranean countries such as Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Yemen, and South Arabia.
Myrrh is the resin of this tree and has been used from remote ages as an ingredient used as incense or for perfumes
The fragrance of Myrrh is said to enhance spirituality.
Aroma therapists use it as a tool in meditation or before healing.
Its aroma is revitalizing, euphoric, purifying, comforting, and protective.
It uplifts the spirit, and helps move forward emotionally enhanced visualization.
When used as an incense, it gives a pleasant odor that calms the mind and soul.
Myrrh is emotionally strengthening and empowering.