Myrrh Essential Oil
Myrrh had many uses historically from embalming in Egypt to medicating. Herbalists often recommend myrrh essential oil for its cleaning qualities. It has great uses for the throat, mouth and calming of the skin.
Oil Properties: Anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-infectious, antiseptic, anti tumor, and tonic.
Historical Oil Uses: Myrrh has been used as a cure for cancer, an incense in religious rituals, leprosy, embalming, herpes, and syphilis.
Possible Oil Uses: Myrrh essential oil can help with asthma, candida, to increase appetite, athlete’s foot, catarrh, coughs, digestion, flatulence, eczema, dyspepsia, fungal infection, gingivitis, hemorrhoids, gum infection, skin conditions, ringworm, mouth ulcers, sore throats, wounds, and wrinkles.
- Topically – The essential oil can be applied topically
- Internally – Can be taken internally using a gel capsule or can be taken with food and drink
- Aromatically – You may diffuse myrrh essential oil
|3016||Myrrh 15 ml (3016)||US$69.33|