Myrrh is well known for its grounding and calming properties. It's great, for example, to burn if you feel like you need to get your feet solidly back on the ground or need to remain firmly grounded whilst providing healing for others. It's also believed to have sensuous properties
Incense resins are naturally occurring substances such as frankincense, copal, dragon's blood and myrrh that are harvested from trees. The resin is usually obtained from live trees via tapping. This is done in a sustainable way so that the tree continues to thrive.
The best way to burn incense resins is to put them onto a hot charcoal disc. Normally only a sprinkle is needed. If you put too much on top then it can smother the charcoal discs. Allow the discs five minutes to get up to temperature before putting the resin on top.