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Myrrh - General information, medicinal uses and other applications

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Myrrh - General information, medicinal uses and other applications

  Name: Myrrh - Commiphora myrrha (Nees) Engl. Description: It is a thorny tree with hairless toothed leaves, a large terminal leaflet and two tiny lateral leaflets. Male flowers are about 5 mm long and come out just before the rains; fruits are about 1.2 cm long. The bark has a silvery luster and peels off in small pieces; myrrh resin which is strongly aromatic oozes from natural cracks (Vollesen, 1989). Common names: Myrrh, Gummi myrrh, heerabol myrrh, Kerbe (Amharic); In Somali: Dhidin (tree), Molmol (resin). Parts used: Resin Uses: Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) is an economically and ecologically important plant species found mainly in the horn of Africa,...

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