Myrrh Resin


Myrrh resin, derived from the Commiphora myrrha tree, holds spiritual significance in various cultures. Ancient Egyptians used it in embalming rituals, associating it with the afterlife. In Christianity, it symbolises divine attributes and was one of the gifts to the infant Jesus. Metaphysically, myrrh purifies the body and spirit, aiding meditation and promoting tranquility. Its healing properties are utilised in traditional medicine for treating various ailments. Myrrh remains cherished for its spiritual and therapeutic qualities globally.

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Myrrh resin, renowned for its spiritual and metaphysical properties, holds a significant place in various cultures and traditions across the globe. Derived from the Commiphora myrrha tree, native to the Arabian Peninsula and Northeast Africa, myrrh has a rich history dating back thousands of years.

In ancient Egypt, myrrh was a precious substance used in embalming rituals to preserve the bodies of the deceased. Its association with death and the afterlife gave it a profound spiritual significance, believed to guide the souls of the departed to the realm of the gods.

In religious practices, myrrh features prominently in Christianity. It is one of the three gifts, along with gold and frankincense, presented to the infant Jesus by the Three Wise Men, symbolising the divine attributes of the Christ child. Myrrh’s inclusion in this biblical narrative underscores its value as a sacred offering and its association with spiritual enlightenment.

Metaphysically, myrrh is believed to possess purifying properties, cleansing both the body and the spirit. It is often used in meditation and prayer to create a sacred atmosphere conducive to spiritual growth and introspection. The aroma of myrrh is thought to promote tranquility, aiding in the release of negative energy and promoting emotional balance.

Furthermore, myrrh resin is employed in traditional healing practices for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been used to treat various ailments, ranging from wounds and infections to respiratory issues and digestive problems.

Throughout history, myrrh has been revered for its profound spiritual significance and therapeutic benefits, making it a cherished and esteemed substance in cultures worldwide. Its enduring presence in religious ceremonies and healing rituals attests to its enduring importance in the realm of spirituality and metaphysics.

Store resin in a dry place at room temperature, away from humidity, and exercise caution to keep it out of the reach of children.

Please note that loose resin is not self-lighting and require charcoal disks and a heatproof burner. Instructions can be found on our Instagram page; watch the video to ensure you’re using our products safely.

  • Burn the resin in a well-ventilated room, but away from draughts.
  • Ensure the resin is kept away from flammable materials.
  • Never leave lit resin unattended.
  • Avoid inhaling resin smoke.

Additional information


Incense sticks
Burn time approx 45 minutes per stick
Packaging is 100% recyclable
Individually hand-rolled sticks
15gm x 12 box

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