Myrrh Essential Oil – 15ml

$89.95

Myrrh has been used for centuries as an ingredient in incense, perfumes, and for embalming and fumigation in Ancient Egypt. In folk tradition it was used for muscular pains and in rheumatic plasters. Called mo yao in China, it has been used since at least 600B.C. primarily as a wound herb and blood stimulant. Gerard said of myrrh ‘ the marvelous effects that it worked in new and green wounds were here too long to set down…’ Myrrh Oil, distilled from the resin, has been used since ancient Greek times to heal wounds.

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Description

Main Constituents: Furanoeudesma 1,3 diene: 44.25%

Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha

Plant Part: Resin

Extraction Method: Solvent Extraction

Origin: Egypt

Description: Though classified as shrubs, Myrrh can grow up to 30feet in height. The trunk exudes a natural oleo resin that hardens into what is classified as reddish brown “tears”. Native collectors make incisions into the trees in order to increase the yield.

Color: Dark brown liquid.

Common Uses: Myrrh Essential Oil is thought to enhance spirituality. Aromatherapists use it as an aid in meditation or before healing. Its actions are characterized as the following: antimicrobial, antifungal, astringent and healing, tonic and stimulant, carminative, stomachic, anti-catarrhal, expectorant, diaphoretic, vulnerary, locally antiseptic, immune stimulant, bitter, circulatory stimulant, anti-inflammatory, and antispasmodic.

Consistency: Medium

Note: Middle

Strength of Aroma: Medium

Blends well with: Frankincense, Lavender, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Rose,Rosewood, Sandalwood, Tea Tree and Thyme

Aromatic Scent: Myrrh Essential Oil has a warm, rich, spicy balsamic odor.

History: Myrrh has been used for centuries as an ingredient in incense, perfumes, and for embalming and fumigation in Ancient Egypt. In folk tradition it was used for muscular pains and in rheumatic plasters. Called mo yao in China, it has been used since at least 600B.C. primarily as a wound herb and blood stimulant. Gerard said of myrrh ‘ the marvelous effects that it worked in new and green wounds were here too long to set down…’ Myrrh Oil, distilled from the resin, has been used since ancient Greek times to heal wounds.

Cautions: Myrrh Essential Oil can be possibly toxic in high concentrations, and should not be used during pregnancy.

Usage Directions: Since this essential oil has a slightly thick consistency, We would recommend placing the bottle in a very hot water bath, changing the water frequently and once it is back to the liquid state be sure to shake before use.

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