This highly sought-after Somalian Myrrh incense resin is gathered from Commiphora myrrha trees growing in coastal Northern Somalia (Somaliland).
Myrrh has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense and medicine. At times it has been so sought-after that it has been equal in value, weight for weight, to gold. It was used by the Ancient Egyptians in the embalming of mummies, and was also an ingredient of Ketoret, the sacred incense used in the First and Second Temples at Jerusalem, as described in the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud.
It is also mentioned in the New Testament, and is used as an incense (often in combination with frankincense) during many Christian church services. It is also used in Neo-paganism, and ritual magick.
We are now very pleased to be able to offer you this top quality myrrh resin (imported direct into the UK by a Somalian family now living in the Midlands) at a very reasonable price.
EXCELLENT VALUE AT ONLY £10.99 per 250g bag, plus post & packing.
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