is an ancient that has been used for everything from embalming to , and it is still prized today for its benefits.
What is Myrrh?
Myrrh is an-colored , harvested from small, thorny desert trees native to the Middle East and North Africa. It is highly in many and is used in and . Ancient valued myrrh as an embalming agent and it was also used as an incense, in anointing , and as an to . It is still valued today as a folk medicine for both humans and .
Let us look at the amazing benefits of myrrh in detail below.
- Prevents Cancer: This compound is considered a highly potent , and there is some evidence that it has anti-cancer benefits as well, specifically when it comes to inhibiting the growth of .
- Stimulates Blood Circulation: It has been shown to be highly anti- and is to alleviate by stimulating , making it a popular treatment for pain and .
- Improves Oral Health: Because of its strong antiseptic properties, it is often used to bad breath and , as well as various and .
- Treats Indigestion: It is a popular medicine for indigestion and and has historically been used to rid the of infections.
- Improves Respiratory Health: It is also used for treating upper sore throat, and asthma. infections, like a or ,
- Provides Endocrine Support: An important active ingredient in myrrh, sesquiterpenes, balance and provide support.
Large amounts of myrrh may cause the following:
Due to its effect on hormones and breastfeeding, as it can lead to and ., should not use this substance during or while
It should not be used to treat fevers as it can have an adverse effect. Before adding this remedy to your regimen, it is best to speak with your about any potential complications or negative .