ה' שבט ה'תשס"ז
Three substances in Torah allude to the entire 11-component blend of the Temple incense. They are nataf (storax, commonly known as benzoin), shechelet (onycha) and chelbenah (galbanum). Significantly, each one has a unique feature - making the Temple incense a blend of uniqueness, like my 3-name blend is unique to me. Nataf (נטף) flows from within . Shechelet (שחלת) grows from the earth (malchut). Chelbenah (חלבנה) is seemingly evil (reflected in the 11 original components of tohu ), but in truth, is holy (reflected in the 16 rectified and elevated components of b'yad ramah).
 Etymological Dictionary Of Biblical Hebrew, R' Matityahu Clark
 Inner Space, R' Aryeh Kaplan (p. 86)