Tamil: Erumaikan Kungiliyam, Telugu: Makishakshi guggulu, Hindi: Guggul
Powder for easiest burning (the resin chunks will melt and many times put out the charcoal)

This is a powerful medicine, rasayana and incense. We will focus on its use as incense here (but this is a medical grade and is used in Ayurveda and Siddha medicine. It is used for its anti-inflammatory, bitter, carminative, stomachic properties. Guggul also acts as an expectorant, diaphoretic and also a uterine stimulant. The resin of the plant when used as a lotion relieves indolent ulcers. Gargling with the resin helps in relieving Pharyngitis, ulcerated throat, and tonsillitis) which is abundant in Tantra, pooja and homa rites. You should offer Guggal / Guggul to each and every part of your home. The entire team of Vaastu Purusha, consisting of Dwar Pal (Protector of Doors), Kshetra Pal (Protector of Regions), Dik Pal (Protector of Directions), regains energy by this Dhoop, says Ganesha. Guggul shrinks and removes negative energies. It is used as an important aid to meditation rituals and puja. It is often burnt in monasteries during empowerments and is believed to dispel negativity.

Gugul is a sticky gum resin from the mukul myrrh tree, it plays a major role in the traditional herbal medicine of India. It was traditionally combined with other herbs for the treatment of arthritis, skin diseases, pains in the nervous system, obesity, digestive problems, infections in the mouth, and menstrual problems. In the early 1960s, Indian researchers discovered an ancient Sanskrit medical text that appears to clearly describe the symptoms and treatment of high cholesterol.In Tibetan Tantra it is used to dispel obstructors, or is it also used as offering to wrathful yidams, but traditions advise it having its own incense burner for sur or sang offerings as Preta are driven away by the smell and cannot benefit from the offering.

It is also used to purify kapala skulls and other ritual items.

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Benefits in Evil Effects or Black Magic:
Significant benefit of guggul is that it eradicates negativity and brings in prosperity. It is considered as a remedy for vastu defects and also helps to cleanse the aura.

Upon burning, guggul gives dense and aromatic smoke, which is then taken around in the house and held in all the rooms for a couple of minutes. While burning guggul, ensure that it is first rotated anticlockwise and then clockwise. This is done to first remove the negativities (anticlockwise) and then to bring in fresh energy (clockwise). This process drives away evil spirit, evil eye, black magic or any other type of negative forces from the home and keeps the members peaceful, safe and healthy.

The best time to burn guggul is during sunset as that is the time when negative energies enter your house. Burn guggul continuously for a minimum of eight days to see its positive results.
In Ayurvedic Medicine Indian Frankincense commonly called “dhoop” has been used for hundreds of years for treating arthritis, healing wounds, strengthening female hormone system, purifying the atmosphere from undesirable germs. In Indian culture, it is suggested that burning frankincense everyday in house brings good health. Burning frankincense repels mosquitos and thus helps protect people and animals from mosquito-borne illnesses, such as malaria and West Nile Virus.*

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