Auroshikha Natural Resin Incense in Frankincense and Myrrh does indeed smell natural. Unfortunately the quality of the resins is very poor and the resulting incense smells awful. It consists of mostly of bad frankincense which I would describe as being very acrid with touches of turpentine. I cannot detect any myrrh unless I am mistaken in attributing a bitter, bile like element to the frankincense. These sticks must be comprised of the absolute dross and dregs of resin manufacture… smokey and harsh, they have none of the loveliness of good frankincense. Miss me with this one.
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