Gum Guggal Thar


Gum Guggal (Commiphora Mukul) originated from the Tharparker region (Sindh) of Pakistan. It is a pure resin, and has a dark brown appearance with scattered orange shade crystals. Common names are Devadhupa, Balsamodendrum wightii, Balsamodendrum mukul, Commiphora mukul, Commiphora wightii, Gomme Guggul, Gomme-Résine de Guggul, Guggal, Guggul Gum Resin, Guggul Lipids, Guggulipid, Guggulipide, Guggulu, Guggulu Suddha, Guggulsterone, Guggulstérone, Guggulsterones, Guggulstérones, Guglipid, Gugulipid, Gum Guggal, Gum Guggulu, Indian Bdellium, Indian Bdellium-Tree, Koushika, Mukul Myrrh Tree, Palankasha, Yogaraj Guggul Gum Resin. When burned, it has an earthy & moist smell. The main constituents are Guggulipids & Guggulsterones, Glabredin. It is used as burning and herbal incense. It has uses in naturopathy, pharmaceuticals and ayurvedic medicine.


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