Commiphora Wildii Essential Oil
$11.50 – $22.00
The Commiphora wildii oil smells exactly like the fresh omumbiri resin, it is a beautiful oil. The oil is a pale yellow – almost colourless. It is smooth and round with no sharp notes, yet delightfully fresh and uplifting.
If you compare it to Commiphora myrrha, or what is known as the true myrrh oil, it has none of the spicey sharpness that is so characteristic of myrrh. It has rather more in common with the citrusness that one finds in Frankincense. To my nose it also has a beautiful earthy smokiness to it, which is a characteristic of Omumbiri that I have come to really love.
Ambergris – South Africa
Ambergris from South African east coast – It is an exceptional gold and white piece, well matured and very compact in texture. A beautiful refined scent that blooms in tincture.
The sample pack includes 50 grams each of: Omumbiri & Omumgorwa resin, 20 grams of Bushmen Candle & 10 grams of Hyraceum.
$9.45 – $18.45
Omumgorwa resin reminds me of dates in color and look. It has a most unusual sweet fruity scent, like a cross between dates and raisins. As it ages it becomes more caramel like in scent. The tincture has lovely fruity caramel notes.
$9.95 – $19.45
Omumbungu resin colour varies from almost transparent to black. It has an animalistic undertone with bitter freshness and peppery notes. Great for incense and tincture.
$4.90 – $9.45
Omumbiri Resin – Commiphora wildii has a lovely freshness with an earthiness to it. Quite unlike normal myrrh. Wonderful for both incense and tincture. Omumbiri is smooth and round with no sharp notes, yet delightfully fresh and uplifting.