Friday, February 06, 2009


Guggul (Commiphora mukul) is a botanical medicine with established historical roots in Ayurvedic medicine. Growing to heights of 6 1/2 feet, this thorny shrub has small oval leaves that are a bright, waxy green and have serrated edges. The plant produces reddish-brown flowers and fruit and can be found growing in its natural habitat throughout India and much of the Middle East. Commiphora mukul typically flourishes in dry desert environments. [1] The term Guggul, actually refers to the yellowish resin exuded from the stem of the Commiphor muku plant. Read more

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