Commiphora wightii guggul myrrh tree exotic caudex mukul bonsai mirra 4″ plant

October 28, 2019 - Comment

COMMIPHORA WIGHTII, you are buying one plant same size and shape of the one in first and second pictures (4to 6 inches tall), grow from seed, all other pictures are for reference from my mother plants, please keep in mind this plant will spend part of the year in dormant ( drop the leaves to

COMMIPHORA WIGHTII, you are buying one plant same size and shape of the one in first and second pictures (4to 6 inches tall), grow from seed, all other pictures are for reference from my mother plants, please keep in mind this plant will spend part of the year in dormant ( drop the leaves to sleep), out of the growing season this plant will be shipped with a healthy trunk with not leaves or only a few on the tip. Commiphora wightii is a valuable plant for collectors and gardeners around the world for it’s appearance and easy to grow, they grow a nice peppery bark trunk and is easy to keep in containers.commonly knows as Guggul. Guggul is a flowering plant that grows almost in any dry climate without much help. In spite this plant can be found in many countries and regions it´s more commonly found in Northern India. Guggul has a bitter, astringent taste, similar to the taste of herbs rich in tannins.The main traditional medicinal use of this plant only utilizes one part of Guggul, its resin, from most of its properties are derived.Other names Guggal, Guggul, Mukul myrrh tree, Indian Bedellum, Commiphora mukul, Devadhupa, Balsamodendrum wightii, Commiphora mukul, Guggal[6], Guggulu Suddha, Indian Bedellium, Koushika, Mukul Myrrh Tree, Balsamodendrum mukul, Palankasha.Active components Volatile oils, pinene, eugenol, furanosesquiterpenes, triterpenes, myrrhic acid.Traditional Medicinal Use Several uses and benefits have been claimed for Guggul, some of them are its properties to help reduce weight, for the treatment of arthritis and chronic inflammatory conditions, for rheumatism cases, hemorrhoids, whooping cough and even to lower bad cholesterol levels…etc. As a powerful antioxidant Guggul has also a scavenging free radicals action, contributing to its claimed anti-ageing properties .VERY IMPORTANT: please be advised that maybe the plant will loose some leaf or even all before you receive it or after plant it, is totally normal and will get new leaf as soon as it adapt to the new environment

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