Myrrh Hagar Resin

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Myrrh Hagar Resin

The source of the Myrrh Hagar resin, or Sweet Myrrh, is the thorny shrub Commiphora holtziana. The tree oozes as a pale yellow-white viscous liquid from natural cracks in the bark or from fissures. The exudate hardens into a reddish-brown mass when air dried. The resin is 100% Wildly Organic and Wildly Harvested.

This product is Certified Organic by ECOCERT, the USDA National Organic Program (NOP), and the Organic Consumers Alliance of Kenya. This product is Halal Certified.

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Traditionally Myrrh Hagar resin, also known as Sweet Myrrh is a good source of medicines for the treatment of several pathologies such as inflammation, arthritis, obesity, microbial infection, wounds, pain, fractures, tumours gastrointestinal diseases, snake bites and scorpion stings. The Myrrh Hagar resin is also used traditionally as an excellent acaricide.

Commercially Myrrh Hagar is used for aromatherapy, essential oils, cosmetics and herbal treatments. Different studies have indicated Myrrh Hagar to have excellent pharmacological activities and recent studies have supported the resin to possess anti-viral and anti-fungal properties.

The resin is sustainably harvested from the wild jungles of Eastern Africa by Nagaad Resins and Gums in collaboration with the local communities for further processing and sales.

Use: Acaricide against ticks, foot rot, mange and other livestock ailments. Antidote for scorpion stings and snake bites. Commercially it is a well-established herbal medicine for treatment of inflammation, arthritis, obesity, microbial infections, pain, fractures, tumors gastrointestinal diseases. It is a very important product in the cosmetic and essential oil industries.

Wildly crafted, no preservatives, 100% organic, obtained naturally from the stem of the tree of Commiphora holtziana.

100% pure product from Nagaad Resins and Gums. Processed and packaged in Kenya.

Additional information

Country of origin

Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia

Method of cultivation

Wild and Natural



Part of plant used

Tree resin

Extraction process

Naturally Harvested


10 Kg, 25 Kg, 5 Kg, 50 Kg