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Commiphora myrrha

Commiphora myrrha

Commiphora myrrha (T. Nees) Engl. Engl.: myrrh, Abyssine myrrh, African myrrh, opopanax, Somali myrrh, true myrrh. Deu.: Myrrhe. Suom.: mirhami. Sven.: medicinskt myrraträd, afrikansk myrra, molmol, molmolkåda, myrra. Fran.: myrrhe. Ital.: mirra. Pharm.: gummi-resina myrrha. Bot. syn.: Balsamodendrum myrrha T. Nees, Commiphora molmol (Engl.) Engl.

The Myrrh Tree.

Botanical name:

Classic texts: John Hill 1812.

Cutaneous blastomycoses.

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Problems:
Archives: Best of the Herbal Forums: 02.2003.

Myrrha.

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Classic texts: Scudder's Materia Medica, 1898: Stimulants.

294. Myrrha.—Myrrh.

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[image:12272 node=7179]Classic texts: Sayre 1917.

Myrrha.

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Classic texts: HistVD, 1911.

Pharmaceutical Notes.

Preparations:

Classic texts: Journals: AJP 1887. Scutellaria FE; Witchhazel water; Myrrh; Rhus glabra.

Chemical Notes.

Classic texts: Journals: AJP 1887. Bryony root; Myrrh; Damiana.

Laboratory Notes.

Classic texts: Journals: AJP 1871. What to do with all the myrrh marc that's left after tincturing it, Adulterated lard, Vanilla extract.

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