Myrrh is a reddish-brown resinous material, the dried sap of a number of trees, but primarily from Commiphora myrrha, native to Yemen, Somalia, the eastern parts of Ethiopia and Commiphora gileadensis, native to Jordan.
Myrrh was used as an embalming ointment and was used, up until about the 15th century, as a penitential incense in funerals and cremations. The "holy oil" traditionally used by the Eastern Orthodox Church for performing the sacraments of chrismation and unction is traditionally scented with myrrh, and receiving either of these sacraments is commonly referred to as "receiving the Myrrh".
Myrrh Tree for Vue Format
This product is delivered in .veg species format.The .veg format can be used in conjunction with Vue ecosystems, allowing the creation of unique, single instances of trees as well as complete forests and other types of groupings.
Works with Vue 6 or higher.