• Ethiopia Myrrh Gum
  • Ethiopia Myrrh Gum
  • Ethiopia Myrrh Gum
  • Ethiopia Myrrh Gum

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Summary
VarietiesHerabol, Bisabol
Packing Bottled in glass amber bottles As per buyer requirements
Storage Air-tight containers in cool and dry conditions.
Size 1kg. minimum order
Season Twice annually, June to August
Transport Conditions 10-20 days in cool and dry conditions

Ethiopia myrrh gum bears resemblances with the general myrrh gum products that come from East Africa. It is spicy and aromatic when used and can be bought in small bottles that are amber-yellow. Myrrh from the country is exported throughout the world and, it is a popular product because it has some distinctions to its origin.

The myrrh gum is a significant agricultural product for the country because it earns foreign exchange and creates jobs for the people involved in its growth and sale. The product can be used in many ways depending on the needs of the end-user because it can be added to wine to give it an aromatic taste. Also, Ethiopia myrrh gum can be used for making medicines and even perfumes because if its distinct odour.

The product comes from the Commiphora myrrha species and, it is a short, thorny tree that can grow up to thirteen feet. Its use is commonly known because it has a long history and was common in other parts of the world.

Ethiopia has a cool and dry climate that allows for the growth of the tree. The country is also known for having good soils, making it the perfect place for the growth of the tree. It is planted in low-lying areas and, the rainy conditions in the country provide enough water that should range between eight inches to eleven inches of rainfall.

The tree requires thin soils to grow best and can grow anywhere between 800 feet and 4,000 feet. The plant needs a season to grow before the harvesting process begins. The mild temperatures in Ethiopia are good for the growth of the tree to an optimum level.

Harvesting of the plant involves a long process that can take up to two weeks. Circular holes are cut into the tree to allow for the resin to dry up and become glossy. From there, collections can happen for a long period of time because the trees can yield up to 500 grams. Overall, Ethiopia last year exported about 10 million kilograms to different parts of the world.

Most of the product is processed in other countries. This means the product is packed up into large bags for ease of transportation. The use of the resin has been increasing progressively over the past couple of years with the country exporting more of the product each year. The harvesting work requires a lot of labour because it must be done by hand. 

It is possible to find the Ethiopia Myrrh gum and, it is sold in different quantities. Therefore, all you need to know is how much you need and, it will be delivered as soon as possible to an agreed location. We are here to help you all the way.

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