Myrrh Resinoid (Commiphora Myrrha): (Abs)
Myrrh has been used throughout human history as an ingredient in incense and perfumery for its rich, amber-incense aroma. In ancient times, it was often worth more than gold.
Myrrh has been shown to be antiseptic, astringent, carminative and anti-inflammatory; in modern medicine, it is used in pharmaceutical and dental preparations. It has been used to help heal wounds and treat conditions such as athlete's foot. It is highly effective in treating ulcers and gum problems, making it a popular ingredient in toothpastes.
- Botanical Name - Commiphora Myrrha
- Method of Production - Solvent Extraction
- Color and Appearance - Dark Reddish-Orange brown viscous liquid
- Odor - Deep-Spicy, Balsamic aromatic
- Odour Strength - Medium
- Grade - Therapeutic
- Application - Mainly used in cosmetics, incenses, fragrances & Toiletries
- Blends well with - Bergamot, Cinnamon, Clove, Grapefruit , Juniper, Lavender, Oakmoss , Patchouli, Vetiver , Ylang Ylang etc.
- Target Industries - Fragrance Industry, Flavor Industry ,Cosmetic Industry, Toiletries
- Country of Origin/Prodcution - Somalia /India
- Main ingredients - Limonene, Dipentene, Eugenol, Cinnamaldehyde,Cadinene