Aromatic Car Myrrh | Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos – Mount Athos

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Genuine Athonite myrrh in a discreet and practical bottle for the car. To keep up with you the traditional Athonite scent and the blessings of the fathers who make it while you are on the street. Ideal for car freshener.
Net Weight: 7ml

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Mount Athos myrrh in practical packaging for the car

The authentic Myrrh from Mount Athos is a genuine traditional Athonite scent. It is a beneficial oil containing a mixture of 57 different medicinal plants and fragrances.

It is disinfectant and extremely aromatic. It is ideal for the perfuming of the car and every space. The myrrh for the car is contained in a small practical bottle with a wooden lid hanging from a red string. So you can hang it easily in the car as a fragrant.

Myrrh – Traditional Athonite Aroma from Mount Athos

The original Myrrh from Mount Athos Pharmacy is a genuine Athonite blessing. It is a beneficial oil containing a mixture of 57 different medicinal plants and fragrances.

Myrrh is also called “oil of thanksgiving”. Its symbolism in Orthodox tradition is quite and very important, as Myrrh symbolizes the gifts of Holy Spirit.

Furthermore, Myrrh symbolizes the aroma of faith, the tenderness of the heart and the devotion to the Lord. As the Gospel mentions, a few days before the Crucifixion of Jesus, when he was in

Bethany, at the house of Simon the leper, a woman approached him, holding an alabaster bowl of precious myrrh, with which she anointed His head (Mt. 26, 6- 7).

From the myrrh they have been named Myrfors. Those women who followed the Lord, along with Virgin Mary. They stayed with her during the Passion of Jesus, and took care of Jesus’ dead body by putting it into Myrrh, offering in this way prices to their teacher.

 

Net Weight: 7ml
Origin: Holy Cell of Saint Nicholaos, Karyes

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Weight 0.025 kg

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