Myrrh ( Mur Makki )
African Myrrh, Herabol Myrrh, Somali Myrrhor, Common Myrrh, Gum Myrrh
₨ 300 – ₨ 3,140
Myrrh, African Myrrh, Herabol Myrrh, Somali Myrrhor, Common Myrrh, Gum Myrrh (مر مکی) known with its scientific name Commiphora Myrrha is a resin that comes from trees belonging to the genus Commiphora which grow in Northern Africa and the Middle East. The sap like substance, which has a unique sweet and smoky aroma, has a wide range of uses.
Ingredient Name :
Commiphora myrrha Nees.
Arabic Name : Murr, Qafal
Bengali Name : Gandharash
Chinese Name : Mo yao
English Name : Myrrh, Myrrha, Gum Myrrh Tree, Molmol, Herabol
French Name : Myrrhe
German Name : Myrrhe
Gujarati Name : Bol
Hindi Name : Bol, Hirabol, Murmukhi
Kannada Name : Bola
Latin name : Commiphora myrrha Nees.
Marathi Name : Hirabol
Persian Name : Bol
Sanskrit Name : Vola, Rasagandha, Samudraguggul
Urdu Name : Mur Makki
1 to 2 g powder of gum.
This gum is contraindicated during pregnancy, as the resin can stimulate the uterus. Large amounts can be overly laxative. Camphor in large doses is toxic (2 g). The lethal dosage for children is approximately 1 g and for adults 20 g. Toxicity symptoms are headache, nausea, excitement, confusion and delirium; ultimately there is loss of consiousness. The ingestion of solid camphor by children is a common cause of camphor poisoning. Undiluted essential oil in their purest state is extremely potent, and should be blended with a carrier oil or other medium prior to use directly on the skin, as the essential oil may cause irritation.
Narrated by Abu Nuaim on the authority of Abban Bin Saleh Bin Anas radi Allaho Anh, that Prophet Muhammad Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam said :
“بخروا بيوتكم بالشيح والمر والصعتر”
“Fumigate your houses with Mugwort, Myrrh & Thyme”
Myrrh mainly used as a fragrance, for embalming, to flavor food products and for its potential therapeutic properties.
In Ancient Egypt, myrrh was used to treat hay fever and herpes. The ancient Greeks used it as an antiseptic for soldiers to clean up battle wounds – myrrh was commonly carried into the battlefield.
Useful in Following diseases:
- Blood Impurities
- Diabetes Mellitus
- General Debility
- Halitosis (Bad Breath)
- High LDL Cholesterol Level
- Intestinal Worms
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Persistent Infection due to Low Immunity
- Sore Throat
- Ulcers Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
People are advised not to consume high amounts of myrrh as it can potentially cause severe heart irregularities.
In addition, people who have sensitive skin may develop allergic contact dermatitis.
Pregnant women should avoid taking myrrh by mouth as it may be a cause of miscarriage.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
100 gram, 250 gram, 50 Gram, 500 gram
Grounded (کٹا ہوا), Powder (پیساھوا ), Whole (ثآبت )
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