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Opoponax Resin - Wildharvested

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Opoponax is one of the numerous species of myrrh resins, sometimes referred to as "sweet myrrh." It has numerous important uses in ethnobotanical traditions. Opoponax Resin has an earthy, rich, balsamic fragrance when burned as incense. The resin has the most amazing gold color, and the aroma is really appealing! The resin can be burned in a wood stove or on a charcoal tab. Opoponax is often used to protect oneself against negativity. The resin is lovely to burn to support prayer, and to simply enjoy the beautiful aroma. This resin has come from Somalia and is really fresh, aromatic and vibrant! When you buy the 1 pound size there will be some beautiful larger chunks of the resin. You can put these in a bowl and use as a potpourri, or you can take a larger chunk, put it in a separate plastic bag and hit it with a hammer to break it into small pieces to burn.Resin Burning Guide:Use cup, bowl or incense burner deep enough to fill with earth or sand. Light charcoal on bottom edge until coal begins to ignite, sit charcoal on earth or sand within burner. Let sit for a brief period; until the coal has started to glow, then place resins or powder on charcoal. These coals will burn for an hour or so. Continue to place resins or powder on charcoal as they burn out and smoke decreases for a continuous burning. Once charcoal is lit, it should burn out thoroughly for the full period of time; it can not be extinguished and re-lit at another time.