Though some might think Myrrh is only associated with religious connotations to the western mind, it is often used in magical incenses and for their healing properties since at about 1600 BC. Resin incenses are the top of the line in incense burning. Using incense charcoal as a base you can release the intense fragrance of these fine Myrrh granules — without the dilution or alteration of scent caused by a burning base or man-made stick or cone incense. Myrrh is known for its abilities in matters of protection, purification, healing, magical potency, and its use as a sacred tool in most cultures.
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