Working with Myrrh
Myrrh tincture diluted in a little water is mainly used as a gargle or wash for gum problems and mouth sores, tonsillitis, and sore throat. It is applied externally for herpes and skin inflammation. Myrrh is used internally as well for bronchitis, chronic cough, and tonsillitis. Research shows that myrrh may reduce cholesterol levels.
Myrrh has a taste of BITTER and a temperature of WARM.
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