With its translucent reddish resin and bits of natural bark, Hand-Gathered Myrrh is picked from the myrrh trees of northeastern Africa. It presents a bold, earthy tone that is wholly unique.
Hand Gathered Myrrh
Posted by Stefan on Apr 8th 2017
This is extremely raw and earthy!
Some people said it smelled like burnt cherries to them, others were more reminded of asparagus - it will evoke mixed reactions but it is great!
Posted by Mark Northeast on Oct 8th 2016
Hi. All who read this are seeking medical blessing, and in this time myrrh is there as a great option. I burned in prayer, blessed,mused as myrrh tea as to directions for such I researched, awesome, used as old myrrh water to wash and to heal plants - great. Saw fine miracle with the myrrh. God is happy to bless us with this old herb (research which ones, such as mint, Rosemary, myrrh and frankincense, and how to properly use) and always is.
Be myrrh blessed!
Posted by Nick on Oct 2nd 2016
Extraordinary when burned with indirect heat. Personally, I don't care for the smell when it's burned straight on the charcoal. Play around with it and see what you like.
Posted by Lisa Kay DeRolf on Sep 23rd 2016
freash,nice smell,heard of myrrh since I was a child,wanted to know what it smelled and looked like,
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Posted by Barry Schrader on Sep 6th 2016
Here is how you research a product. You get on the net and see what people say. If you get good reviews you try it. After trying several you make a choice. I read the reviews, tried the incense first and never tried any other since. I love their incense.