Gugul (also spelt Guggul and Gokul) is an important support for rituals, puja and healing. It is often burnt in Tibetan monasteries during empowerments and is believed to dispel negatvity. This all natural incense resin is prized thoughout the Himalayas.
Gugul is a sticky gum resin from the mukul myrrh tree, it plays a major role in the traditional herbal medicine of India. It was traditionally combined with other herbs for the treatment of arthritis, skin diseases, pains in the nervous system, obesity, digestive problems, infections in the mouth, and menstrual problems. In the early 1960s, Indian researchers discovered an ancient Sanskrit medical text that appears to clearly describe the symptoms and treatment of high cholesterol.
approx 50 grams of pure Gugul resin.
Simply burn on a charcoal disc or combine it with loose sang incense.