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What Myrrh herb Is:

Some botanical authorities say that the three wise men carried myrrh not to bestow a gift on the Christ child but to treat canker sores they might develop along the way. The gummy resin that flows from this almost leafless Middle Eastern shrub is an ancient remedy for mouth sores, as well as a very pleasant incense. Other people speculate that the wise men actually bore a similar resin called gugul, whose native India is a long way from the Holy Land. Even among experts, the two plants are almost indistinguishable.. (For more information on this question, see "Gugul")

Myrrh has an ancient reputation as a cleansing agent and it has antiseptic, antifungal and astringent effects. It is often used in mouthwashes.

Myrrh extract, benefits, health, effects, plantMyrrh is used to treat sore throats and infected gums. It can also be useful in the treatment of thrush (Candida albicans infection).

 

 

 
 
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