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Myrrh resin. Dried myrrh resin from the plant Commiphora mukul, known as gulgul, for use in herbal medicine. It has been prized for centuries for its medicinal properties. It is used to treat disorders of menstrual flow and aids the production of phlegm in coughs. It also acts as a tonic and is known to enhance appetite.
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