Myrrh Granules and Powder
Myrrh is a gummy resin from the Commiphora shrub. Cuts are made in the bark of myrrh trees to allow a yellow coloured liquid to escape. As this liquid comes into contact with air, it changes colour to dark brown and hardens to form the myrrh resins which are then scrapped off. The dried resin is hard and brittle with a bitter taste.
Due to rubbing of the granules, there is some dust or powder present in the product.