Indian Myrrh, Guggal, Guggul, Myrrh Resin, Ayurveda
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Indian Myrrh is derived from a small shrub called “Commiphora wightii” This resin is extracted or harvested from the plant’s stalk. Using the method of tapping quite similar to the rubber tree. It is traditionally known as gum guggulu, Gugal, Benzoin resin and is mainly used in Ayurveda, perfume and incense making. Indian Myrrh is also used extensively for prayer ceremonies.