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Material: tree sap


aka Commiphora mukul - from India related to the African myrrh tree,
Guggul has a warm, slightly sweet, balsamic, herbaceous, and earthy aroma with hints of vanilla.Well known and widely used in Ayurvedic medicine, Guggul is said to rejuvenate oneself, increasing ones energy and providing an overall feeling of well being. Guggul purifies the air and cleanses the body.It's used as incense in India in the evening to relax before retiring.

Guggul smells warm, earthy, balsamic, bitter, sweet, slightly spicy, pungent, hint of vanilla

Guggul is strengthening, cleansing/purifying, relaxing, meditation, sensuous, sleep

Guggul Mixes Well With: benzoin, calamus, cassia, cinnamon, cloves, dragon's blood, elemi, frankincense, galangal, galbanum, iris root, lavender, myrrh, oakmoss, opoponax, rose, spikenard, star anise, etc.

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*Must burn on hot charcoal to release aroma.
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