commiphora myrrha


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myrrh

A strong immune-boosting healer and infection fighter, almost as good as echinacea, with strong cleansing and antiseptic properties. Commonly used in mouthwashes and toothpaste. Also used for asthma, bronchitis, sinus, sore throat, herpes, ulcers. Myrrh is a resin made from dried tree sap. Very popular for its essential oil. A very spiny tree with big pointy thorns, grows to about 12 ft (4m)
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Evaluation of the anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of individual and combined extracts from Commiphora myrrha, and Boswellia carterii.
Cytotoxicity activity of extracts and compounds from Commiphora myrrha resin against human gynecologic cancer cells.
Antimicrobial activity of Commiphora myrrha against some bacteria and Candida albicans isolated from gazelles at King Khalid Wildlife Research Centre.
The unsaponifiable matter from Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha were analyzed using a Finngan SSQ 7000 gas chromatograph coupled with a mass spectrometer using the following conditions: Capillary column: DB-5 fused silica (5% phenyl methyl polysiloxane), 30 m length, 0.
The fatty acid methyl esters from Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha were analyzed using a Finngan SSQ 7000 gas chromatograph coupled with a mass spectrometer using the following conditions: Capillary column: DB-WAX fused silica, 30 m length, 0.
White female albino rats of 150 g average body weight were used to test the anti-inflammatory activity of the previously prepared successive extracts (petroleum ether, ether, chloroform, methanolic and 50% aqueous methanolic) and the volatile oils prepared from both Boswellia carteri and Commiphora myrrha oleo-gum-resins.