Other: bdellium tree, false myrrh, Indian bdellium tree, guggulu
Commiphora mukul (Hook. ex Stocks) Engl.
Plant Family: Burseraceae
Guggul, the Commiphora mukul, is a small thorny tree that is native to the Middle East and the Indian plains. Generally leafless, the tree exudes a thick, sticky resin that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. Guggul, whose Sanskrit name means "one that protects against diseases", has written historical information about it going back to 1000 B.C.E. It was used at that time for "clearing the coating and obstruction of channels". The gum exuded by the guggul tree is similar to myrrh, and has been used traditionally in the same ways as myrrh. The Guggul Gum offered by Mountain Rose Herbs is raw, and may need further processing for some applications.
guggulipids, guggulsterones, Myrrhanol A
gum resin (please note- Mountain Rose Herbs offers only the whole resin which is unprocessed)
Encapsulated, in liquid extract form and seldom in tea.
Specific: Not for use in pregnancy except under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner.
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