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How to: Mix 12 drops EOs (frankincense, lavender, chamomile, myrrh, or a combo) into 1 oz rosehip oil.
Winfrey plays Deborah, one of the three camels belonging to a trio of wise men traveling through the desert to deliver gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to the baby Jesus.
The kings in reference are the biblical Magi who visited the newborn Jesus with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh according to Christian tradition.
Los tres reyes are believed to have brought gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to Bethlehem to honor the baby Jesus.
The gift-giving phenomenon of Christmas starts symbolically with the wise men from the east, who according to Matthew brought the expensive gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to honor Jesus.
Forget about the mule or the money, or three wise guys with myrrh: This piece of evergreen is pure holiday cheer.
Like myrrh in a mass processional, Pinaud spouts out of its portion-control holes with ceremonial solemnity.
Subtle notes of nutmeg and myrrh oil are grounded by a base note of patchouli to create a beautiful blend for that special guy in your life.
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MYRRH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of myrrh for English Language Learners
: a sticky brown substance that comes from trees, that has a sweet smell, and that is used in products that give the air or people's bodies a pleasing smell
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