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What Gugul herb Is:

How would the elegance of Christian literature be changed if the Bible told a tale of three wise men carrying frankincense and gugul? It might be true. The generally leafless gugul tree, native to the Middle East and India, is related to myrrh, and it, too, bleeds a gooey whitish resin, called gugul or, gum guggulu. In Ayurvedic medicine, gugul is held in high regard as a treatment for arthritis and blood fat problems. And not even the most nit-picking advocate of phytochemicals can differentiate between gugul and what is supposed to be myrrh.

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