Latin name - Commiphora molmol.

Herbal Tinctures are an alcohol and water based preparation that are a traditional and convenient way to take herbal remedies. The herb is steeped in a mixture of alcohol and water for a period of time before pressing. All the benefits of the herb are captured in the tincture.

Dosage is normally between 1ml and 5ml added to a little water up to three times a day.


Cautions: Contraindication in inflammatory kidney conditions. This herb should not be used internally during pregnancy unless prescribed by a qualified medical herbalist.


Aqua/Water, Alcohol Denat., Myrrh Gum(Commiphora Molmol).Dried Herb To Liquid Ratio 1:5 V/V Alcohol 90%

Allergen Information

May Contain Gluten, Soya, Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame, Mustard And Celery.

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Susie the singer
Myrrh

I rely on this as a gargle... I'm a classical singer. It's miraculous. Great for sore gums too. My cousin when visiting from Australia used it as a gargle as did my boyfriend and it cured their bad throats very quickly. Recently we applied it to an infected mosquito bite inflicting my brother in law which reduced the swelling.