What Does Myrrh Look like?


Myrrh is a pleasant smelling resin which is derived from the Commiphora myrrha trees. These trees grow in Arabia and portions of Africa. In the Old Testament, myrrh is depicted as a prized good for trade and as being important for cultic anointing, and is one of the gifts brought by the Three wise men when Jesus was born.
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