Myrrh resin comes from Africa from the Commiphora Myrrha tree. Which is a desert tree native to Ethiopia and Somalia. A common resin used by the ancient Egyptians. It has been used for over 3000 years and is good for protection, banishing, and health. It has a deep rich earthy scent. See About Section on how to use this resin.
Myrrh Resin 1 oz
Resin incense is one of the oldest ways of burning incense. Coming from the saps of trees and dried, they slowly melt on a piece of charcoal. Use small amounts at a time because resin can become quite smoky.
To use: Get a heat safe dish and fill with coars sea salt. Take a charcoal disc and hold with tongs and light from the curved bottom. When it stops sparkling orange and white ash starts to form, place it on the sea salt. Place a few small pieces of resin and let the smoke drift into the air. Resins can be combined with herbs and powders to make a unique blend as well.