Names: Arbre À Myrrhe, Boswllia Serrata Gum, Bue Jahudan, Commiphora Mukul, Commiphora Wightii, Devadhoop, Devdhoop, Gum Gugal, Guggulugida, Guggulu, Gulgulu, Gokuladhoopa, Guggul, Guggule, Guggulipid, Guggal, Guggul-baum, Guggul Dhoop, Gugar, Gugglu, Googal, Googul, Guggula, Guggipannu, Gugol, Gugal, Gugul, Indian Bdellium, Indische Myrrhe, Indian Bedellium, Jatayu, Kanthagana, Kaushik, Kanthagana, Kumbholukhlak, Kanshikaha, Muqul Azraq, Mo Yao, Muqul Al-yahood, Mukul, Mahisaksi Guggalu, Mukul Myrrh, Mogla, Mahishaksha Guggulu, Mahishashand Palankash, Mahishaksh, Muqil, Palankas, Pur, Shallaki
Form: Dried Raw Herb
Good for skin/tissue regeneration and reducing fat/toxins. It is often used to help arthritis. Balances: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Uses: Guggulu is a potent anti inflammatory agent and is used in the treatment of lipid disorders, obesity and rheumatism. It is also used an antibacterial and insect repellent.