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Biology concepts – synergism, multidrug resistant cancersThe Commiphora myrrha is the classic source for myrrh resin. It is a short tree that grows in low moisture and poor soil areas. Its branches are very thorny; some propose that the crown of thorns Jesus is said to have worn was made of myrrh twigs.The three original Christmas gifts are usually listed as gold, frankincense, and myrrh, but why that order? Some say it is because you give gold to a king, frankincense was used by priests, and […]

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