- Helps expel flem (expectorant)
- Helps fight bad breath and gum disease when brushed with and gargled.
- Stimulates the immune system*
- UPC: 076280014006
Why Take Myrrh Gum into Battle?
The Ancient Greeks were known to have taken myrrh gum into battle - why? In fact, one of the hazards in ancient times, when man to man fighting would commonly lead to very severe cuts, was the gangrene that resulted from poor or non-existent field medicine. Even in recent times, gangrene was a hazard on the field of battle.
The Greek warriors found that my smearing myrrh gum into an open wound, not only would they avoid gangrene but that the wound would miraculously heal over a relatively short period of time. Gangrene is caused by bacterial attack on tissue devoid of adequate blood flow, and so lacking the components of the immune system that requires a flow of blood to the injured area.
Unless the infected area or limb was removed, gangrene would proceed to cause death - very common in hand to hand warfare when medical science was rudimentary at best. Myrrh gum is, in fact, a powerful antibacterial and antifungal anti-inflammatory, and the ideal substance for use in such conditions. Even today you can use it to help wounds heal properly and rapidly, and also to help reduce the symptoms of inflammation, such as swelling, pain and the formation of pus - the detritus of the immune system at work.WARNING: Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children. Keep your licensed health care practitioner informed when using this product. Do not use if you are pregnant.
Serving Size: 1 Vegetarian Capsule
|Other Ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose Capsule and Magnesium Stearate.|