Myrrh has been used for thousands of years in aromatherapy. Arabic people thought it to help rehydrate the skin from cracking or aging.
Myrrh commiphora myrrha
Description: Myrrh is a resin extracted from the myrrh tree (or shrub) found in the Middle Eastern region of the world. After the tree is pierced it omits a natural oleoresin, which is a pale yellow color liquid that hardens into brown and reddish drops known as Myrrh.
Properties: Anti-inflammatory, Antimicrobial, Antiseptic, Astringent, Carminative, Sedative, Digestive and Pulmonary Stimulant
Historical Uses: Myrrh (mentioned in the bible) has been used for thousands of years in aromatherapy. Arabic people thought it to help rehydrate the skin from cracking or aging.
Use in diffuser to help with bronchitis, colds and coughs along with meditation and enhancing spiritual mood.
Mix with lotions, creams or carrier oils to treat wounds, athlete's foot, cracked skin, acne or other skin ailments.
Myrrh oil mixes well With: Frankincense, Lavender, Clove, Sandalwood, Patchouli
Myrrh Essential Oil Application:
Can be use aromatically
Can be used topically (Apply NEAT)
Can be consumed