Peruvian Myrrh Resin Incense
Peruvian Myrrh (Commiphora Myrrha) has a warm earthy, woodsy fragrance, with slight balsamic undertones. Myrrh is typically blended with frankincense, pricley pear, peruvian copal and others. It has been used through out the ages as an ingredient in incense and perfumes.
Resin incenses are the top of the line in incense burning. With the help of incense charcoals, you can release the intense fragrance of these fine resin granules -- without the dilution of a burning base or fixatives typical in man-made stick or cone incense.
Uses: Cleansing your space, changing the energy with the power of scent or in ritual. The best way to burn resin is on incense charcoals. Place the incense charcoals in a heat-resistant container that is filled with salt, sand or ash.