It’s called Commiphora Myrrh (Malmaley)
Oily gum resin exudates from stems or branches of Commiphora. myrrha
Colour variable from red, brown to dark brown
Use of Gum Myrrh
Aromatic resin that is burned as incense resin obtained from this plant is used in perfume, and medicine.
It is partially soluble in water, alcohol, and ether; used in dentifrices, perfumery, and pharmaceuticals.
It is also used as incense in religious rites and as a spice.
It contains an antiseptic action that is used as a gargle (in the form of tinctures), for dressing wounds, and in the preparation of bandages and ointments
Local uses – ink used in quranic schools, burn to repel snakes and insects, medicine
Commercial uses – essential oil, cosmetics, flavours, medicines, antiseptics