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There are 3 parts of these glass oil-perfume containers
Myrrh has a strong, bitter smell that has been used in religious ceremonies for centuries. It is also used as a natural remedy for various ailments. Myrrh is native to North Africa and the Middle East. The name myrrh comes from the Arabic word murr, which means "bitter." Myrrh gum is produced from the Commiphora myrrha tree. The tree sap is collected and then dried to produce a resin. This resin can be used in its natural state or turned into an essential oil. Myrrh oil is used in aromatherapy and has a wide range of purported health benefits. These benefits include reducing inflammation and boosting immunity.
Inspired by this incredible tree, Teone has named Myrrh her perfume.
Myrrh is a carpet of scents that drifts through the air, billowing out to linger at your door. From bitter orange and saffron to artemisia pandanus cardamom cloves, neroli rose de Mai sandalwood myrrh and agarwoods, and you are surrounded by rich floral aromas that capture the essence of an ancient culture.
Welcome to this exotic land where spices reign supreme as they weave their way through your senses, bringing you back for more at every turn
Myrrh's richly textured bouquet promises excitement, yet it also offers comfort due to its multitude of textures, including warm spicy notes coupled beautifully alongside sweet fruity accents, making for a perfect well-rounded perfume.
Limited quantity due to difficulty of getting ingredients.