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Myrrh Oil

Myrrh has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory energy effects. It is especially good for persistent skin symptoms (such as eczema). Adding a bit of myrrh essential oil to creams and hand creams can help freeze cracked and chapped skin, and protect your hands from dryness and cracking. Myrrh has anti-fungal properties and is also helpful for Hong Kong feet.


Myrrh is a liquid resin that flows out of natural cracks or artificial cuts in the trunk of a rough and prickly tree. These resins will solidify into irregular brown-red lumps. Essential oils can be obtained through distillation. Most of the myrrh used in aromatherapy is obtained by directly extracting the raw resin with a solvent. The color of the essential oil of myrrh varies from light to Deep amber is available. The effective ingredients in essential oils include limonene, dipentene, pine oil terpene, eugenol, cinnamaldehyde, juniper terpene, acetic acid, myrrhic acid and various resins. Its resin and essential oils have a warm and slightly bitter smoke smell, and are very thick and thick.


Suitable essential oils include frankincense, lavender, palmarosa, patchouli, rose, rosewood, sandalwood, tea tree and thyme.

Medium volatile oil.


Contraindications: Myrrh cannot be used during pregnancy.


Myrrh Oil

  • Botanical name:  Commiphora Myrrha


    Manufacturing part:  Resin


    Extraction method:  Distillation


    Origin of Origin:  Somalia


    Product information:  100% natural essential oils

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