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Myrrh oil is extracted from Commiphora myrrha and is also known as bola, myrrha, gum, common and hirabol myrrh. It is a small tree that can grow up to 5 meters (16 feet) high with light bark and knotted branches, few leaves and small white flowers. It is native to Somalia, Arabia and Yemen.    When the bark is cut, the gum resin exudes as a pale yellow liquid, which dries into reddish-brown lumps the size of a walnut from which the oil is distilled. *Myrrha is the associated Deity

Myrrh oil is extracted from Commiphora myrrha and is also known as bola, myrrha, gum, common and hirabol myrrh. It is a small tree that can grow up to 5 meters (16 feet) high with light bark and knotted branches, few leaves and small white flowers. It is native to Somalia, Arabia and Yemen. When the bark is cut, the gum resin exudes as a pale yellow liquid, which dries into reddish-brown lumps the size of a walnut from which the oil is distilled. *Myrrha is the associated Deity

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