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Material: Tree sap


Smells sweeter than reg Myrrh it is smooth and lacks the bite of the other...Anything you add Myrrh to will increase its power.Opoponax Sweet Myrrh aka Commiphora opoponax is from Somalia and was introduced to King Solomon by Makeda The Queen of Sheba who bought all kiinds of Incense resins to the King Of Israel in hopes of learning of his wisdom.King Solomon regarded Opoponax Sweet Myrrh as the "noblest" of all incense gums.Various cultures used opoponax to guard against negative influences, strengthen the senses, and to increase awareness and intuition.
Opoponax Sweet Myrrh smells like spicy-sweet, slightly floral, woody, balsamic, earthy, with hints of animal and root-like notes.
Opoponax brings spirituality, protection, awareness

Mixes Well With: amber, basil, benzoin, calamus, cassia, cinnamon, cloves, dragon's blood, elemi, frankincense, galangal, galbanum, guggul, juniper, labdanum, lavender, myrrh, oakmoss, patchouli, rose, star anise, tolu balsam, vanilla, etc.

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*Must burn on hot charcoal to release aroma.
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Opoponax Sweet Myrrh